Sep
17

Lead + Company Lists — A New Sales Navigator Feature

posted on September 17th, 2019 by Sydney Slavin in Sales Navigator with 0 Comments

Over the past few months, Sales Navigator has added a few new features to help business professionals with organization and learning the ins and outs of Sales Navigator. A few of these updates I find to be incredibly helpful from an organizational standpoint, and make a huge difference when looking at new and saved leads/companies. […]

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Aug
20

Connect LinkedIn Sales Navigator with Zoom for More Insight

posted on August 20th, 2019 by Colleen McKenna in LinkedIn Tools | Apps with 0 Comments

It’s almost impossible to keep up with the various apps, SAAS, and platforms that run your business. They are always adding new features, changing their interface, upgrading their tiers or packages. They have to continue to serve their current customers and attract new ones, and I get that. Sometimes, though, it wears me out, and […]

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Aug
13

A Goodbye to Intero

posted on August 13th, 2019 by Sarah Bentley in Intero Team with 1 Comment

A lot fell into place when I first spoke on the phone with Colleen, a month out of college with no real idea of what I wanted to do. I searched for jobs in the fashion industry, but with no real network built, and not a lot of experience, I figured that wasn’t the path […]

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Aug
06

You Aren’t Ready to Hire

posted on August 6th, 2019 by Erin Miller in Hiring,Recruiting with 0 Comments

There are many barriers to a good hire. Previously, I wrote about Deadbeat Candidates and the challenges of poor communication and no follow-up. I later followed that post up with Deadbeat Recruiters, because I know that for every challenging candidate out there, there is a recruiter equally deficient in communication skills and initiative. Let’s be […]

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Jul
30

On the Field to In the Office

posted on July 30th, 2019 by Liza Slavin in Intero Team,Leadership with 0 Comments

I have been an athlete my entire life; my childhood was running from one game or practice to the next, and with two older sisters also playing sports, it is safe to say I spent a decent amount of my life on a field somewhere. Although I played a sport every season from the time […]

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Jul
23

Pending Connection Requests – What is the Deal?

posted on July 23rd, 2019 by Sydney Slavin in LinkedIn Tools | Apps with 0 Comments

We send a lot of connection requests on behalf of our clients for prospecting. When sending requests, we track connection request acceptance (CRA) rates for a few reasons — to make sure they do not have too many pending connection requests on LinkedIn, to make sure they fall within our average and if they don’t […]

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Jul
09

Your Why is more Important than Your What

posted on July 9th, 2019 by Colleen McKenna in Professional Development with 0 Comments

Since there are no bookstores left in my community, I’ve returned to one of my favorite childhood pastimes, the library. The library still fills me up and even more than a bookstore, it provides more opportunity than ever to try out books and magazines that when purchasing them, I would not. With my shopping tote […]

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