When representing a certain brand or product, salespeople need to be aware of the perceived value of what it is they are selling.

In this episode of Killer Media Sales, Alex Whitlock & Russel Stephenson dive into the dynamics of price, value and the overarching themes related to connecting organisations with audiences.

They explore the capabilities that salespeople have to move beyond the mindset of “just selling ads”, the insights that can be gained by having a detailed look across the media ecosystem, as well as how you can have a real sense of scope when you are analysing the current market.

Tune in now to hear all of this and much, much more in this episode of Killer Media Sales!

With the majority of businesses adapting to the changing nature of the market, loyalty is something that is more important than ever.

In this episode of Killer Media Sales, Russell Stephenson joins host Alex Whitlock to share insights into how you can enhance client engagement, increase brand recognition, and ensure that stakeholders all feel like they are a part of the equation.

They will discuss why you need to focus on small details, how you can increase recognition of your brand, and when it is the right time to celebrate those small wins.

Tune in now to hear all of this and much, much more in this episode of Killer Media Sales

In this episode of Killer Media Sales hosts Alex Whitlock and Russell Stephenson dig deep into the fan mail (which they are still getting used to receiving), and tackle a listener question all the way from Texas!

Bill contacts the show seeking insights into differentiating your product from others in a competitive market, and Alex and Russ explain why being number one isn’t always the most important thing for your prospect, sharing why in some cases it can even be detrimental.

They unpack the importance of knowing your industry, separating your personal identity from your brand, and why a generic pitch should never come before listening to the needs of your potential client.

They also discuss the importance of monthly analysis, why you need to look favourably upon your competition, and the power of using ‘I’ rather than ‘we’ when communicating with your clients.