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Sales and Marketing Bundle

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Sales and Marketing Bundle

Sales and Marketing Bundle

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Course Outline

Body Language Basics
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: Communicating With Body language
  3. Module Three: Reading Body Language
  4. Module Four: Body Language Mistakes
  5. Module Five: Gender Differences
  6. Module Six: Non-Verbal Communication
  7. Module Seven: Facial Expressions
  8. Module Eight: Body Language in Business
  9. Module Nine: Lying and Body Language
  10. Module Ten: Improve Your Body Language
  11. Module Eleven: Matching Your Words to Your Movement
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Call Center Training
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: The Basics (I)
  3. Module Three: The Basics (II)
  4. Module Four: Phone Etiquette
  5. Module Five: Tools
  6. Module Six: Speaking Like a Star
  7. Module Seven: Types of Questions
  8. Module Eight: Benchmarking
  9. Module Nine: Goal Setting
  10. Module Ten: Key Steps
  11. Module Eleven: Closing
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Creating a Great Webinar
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: What Can a Webinar Do?
  3. Module Three: Successful Webinar Criteria
  4. Module Four: Find the Right Format
  5. Module Five: Marketing and Social Media
  6. Module Six: Drive Up Registration
  7. Module Seven: Leading up to Your Webinar
  8. Module Eight: Presentation Tips
  9. Module Nine: Interacting With Your Audience
  10. Module Ten: Mistakes To Avoid
  11. Module Eleven: Post Event
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Employee Recognition
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: The Many Types Of Recognition Programs
  3. Module Three: Designing Employee Recognition Programs
  4. Module Four: How To Get The Buzz Out About Your Program
  5. Module Five: It Starts From The Top!
  6. Module Six: Creating A Culture Of Recognition
  7. Module Seven: The Best Things In Life Are Free!
  8. Module Eight: A Small Gesture Goes A Long Way
  9. Module Nine: Pulling Out The Red Carpet
  10. Module Ten: The Don’ts Of Employee Recognition
  11. Module Eleven: Maintaining Employee Recognition Programs
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Event Planning
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: Types of Events
  3. Module Three: Brainstorming
  4. Module Four: Types of Entertainment
  5. Module Five: Support Staff
  6. Module Six: Technical Staff
  7. Module Seven: Vendors
  8. Module Eight: Finalize the Plan
  9. Module Nine: Administrative Tasks
  10. Module Ten: Get Organized
  11. Module Eleven: Post Event Activities
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Internet Marketing Fundamentals
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: SWOT Analysis in Marketing
  3. Module Three: Marketing Research
  4. Module Four: Real Time Marketing
  5. Module Five: Brand Management
  6. Module Six: Social Media (I)
  7. Module Seven: SEO Basics
  8. Module Eight: Social Media (II)
  9. Module Nine: Website Characteristics
  10. Module Ten: Capturing Leads
  11. Module Eleven: Campaign Characteristics
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Marketing Basics
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: What is Marketing?
  3. Module Three: Common Marketing Types (I)
  4. Module Four: Common Marketing Types (II)
  5. Module Five: The Marketing Mix
  6. Module Six: Communicating the Right Way
  7. Module Seven: Customer Communications
  8. Module Eight: Marketing Goals
  9. Module Nine: The Marketing Funnel
  10. Module Ten: Marketing Mistakes (I)
  11. Module Eleven: Marketing Mistakes (II)
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Media and Public Relations
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: Networking for Success (I)
  3. Module Three: Networking For Success (II)
  4. Module Four: The Meet and Greet
  5. Module Five: Dressing for Success
  6. Module Six: Writing
  7. Module Seven: Setting Goals
  8. Module Eight: Media Relations
  9. Module Nine: Issues and Crisis Communication Planning
  10. Module Ten: Social Media (The PR Toolkit)
  11. Module Eleven: Employee Communications
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Overcoming Sales Objections
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: Three Main Factors
  3. Module Three: Seeing Objections as Opportunities
  4. Module Four: Getting to the Bottom
  5. Module Five: Finding a Point of Agreement
  6. Module Six: Have the Client Answer Their Own Objection
  7. Module Seven: Deflating Objections
  8. Module Eight: Unvoiced Objections
  9. Module Nine: The Five Steps
  10. Module Ten: Dos and Don'ts
  11. Module Eleven: Sealing the Deal
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Presentation Skills
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: Creating the Program
  3. Module Three: Choosing Your Delivery Methods
  4. Module Four: Verbal Communication Skills
  5. Module Five: Non-Verbal Communication Skills
  6. Module Six: Overcoming Nervousness
  7. Module Seven: Creating Fantastic Flip Charts
  8. Module Eight: Creating Compelling PowerPoint Presentations
  9. Module Nine: Wow ‘Em with the Whiteboard
  10. Module Ten: Vibrant Videos and Amazing Audio
  11. Module Eleven: Pumping it Up a Notch
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Proposal Writing
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: Understanding Proposals
  3. Module Three: Beginning the Proposal Writing Process
  4. Module Four: Preparing an Outline
  5. Module Five: Finding Facts
  6. Module Six: Writing Skills (I)
  7. Module Seven: Writing Skills (II)
  8. Module Eight: Writing the Proposal
  9. Module Nine: Checking for Readability
  10. Module Ten: Proofreading and Editing
  11. Module Eleven: Adding the Final Touches
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Prospecting and Lead Generation
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: Prospecting
  3. Module Three: Traditional Marketing Methods
  4. Module Four: New Marketing Methods
  5. Module Five: Generating New Leads
  6. Module Six: Avoid Common Lead Generation Mistakes
  7. Module Seven: Educate Prospects
  8. Module Eight: The Pipeline
  9. Module Nine: Follow up Communication
  10. Module Ten: Track Activity
  11. Module Eleven: Create Customers
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Sales Fundamentals
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: Understanding the Talk
  3. Module Three: Getting Prepared to Make the Call
  4. Module Four: Creative Openings
  5. Module Five: Making Your Pitch
  6. Module Six: Handling Objections
  7. Module Seven: Sealing the Deal
  8. Module Eight: Following Up
  9. Module Nine: Setting Goals
  10. Module Ten: Managing Your Data
  11. Module Eleven: Using a Prospect Board
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Telephone Etiquette
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: Aspects of Phone Etiquette
  3. Module Three: Using Proper Phone Language
  4. Module Four: Eliminate Phone Distractions
  5. Module Five: Inbound Calls
  6. Module Six: Outbound Calls
  7. Module Seven: Handling Rude or Angry Callers
  8. Module Eight: Handling Interoffice Calls
  9. Module Nine: Handling Voicemail Messages
  10. Module Ten: Methods of Training Employees
  11. Module Eleven: Correcting Poor Telephone Etiquette
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Trade Show Staff Training
  1. Module One: Getting Started
  2. Module Two: Pre-Show Preparation
  3. Module Three: Booth Characteristics and Setup
  4. Module Four: Booth Characteristics and Setup (II)
  5. Module Five: During the Show (I)
  6. Module Six: During the Show (II)
  7. Module Seven: Qualifying Visitors
  8. Module Eight: Engaging the Right People
  9. Module Nine: The Rules of Engagement (I)
  10. Module Ten: The Rules of Engagement (II)
  11. Module Eleven: After the Show
  12. Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

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