5 Tips for Using Gamification to Improve Sales

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A gamified experience motivates us by bringing out our competitive nature to strive for the best. It's the feeling of not wanting to be last, the chance to be in the limelight, and the opportunity to show everyone what you're capable of. This is why gamification, when used correctly, can be a great motivating factor for your sales teams.

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Why Gamification Will Drive Sales

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Let’s face it, working in sales can feel monotonous at times, as with any job. In order to recommit team members to their work and goals in an industry where more and more remote work taking place, many companies are turning to sales gamification to peak the interest of their teams.

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How to Communicate Effectively in the Digital Age

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Now, in the digital age, it’s not only important for individuals to learn the many platforms to communicate with colleagues, but also which is the best platform for a particular type of communication. The key components for these processes is that communication remain succinct, visual, and collaborative. Read on to learn how to communicate effectively in the digital age.

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The 5 Components of Effectively Motivating Your Virtual Team

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Having a virtual sales team can improve employee happiness because it allows them a convenient and flexible work schedule, while you get the benefit of being able to hire from all over the world without the hassle of opening up multiple locations. However, managing a virtual sales team is a little different than managing an in-house team because you aren’t spending every day together. Here are five ways to effectively motivate your virtual team.

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Why Public Recognition Is More Important Than Private

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An annual increase in compensation and a t-shirt marking someone’s 10th year at a company is not what improves company morale or reaching new goals. Part of the reason? Everyone gets these things, no matter if their work is outstanding or simply hits basic marks.

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Soul Cycle for Sales: Why friendly competition, off days, training, and peer motivation is helpful

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In sales, you're in a room filled with people who have the same goal- to sell. Yet, their intentions may vary and they may enjoy the external competition as they look around at their peers or they may use inner strength to be their best self. The formula applied to the multimillion dollar cycling movement can be used to drive sales and help your team achieve goals. Here’s how-

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