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How To Measure The ROI of Social Selling [eBook]

Posted by Julia Manoukian on Sep 13, 2017 12:40:39 PM

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Measuring the ROI of your social selling efforts is imperative. However, many companies are still unsure about what the best practices are for tracking and measuring the impact of social selling. 

Our latest eBook, "How to Measure The ROI of Social Selling" outlines a 5-step process top companies use to understand the leading, current and lagging indicators driving social opportunities.

Maybe you're in the process of developing a social selling program, or maybe you have already started to roll one out. Regardless, this eBook will help ensure your program is successful, and drives real sales results.

This eBook will teach you:

- How to reverse-engineer what leads to social success

- The leading, current and lagging indicator to each goal

- How to assemble the necessary tools to capture data

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Julia Manoukian

Julia Manoukian

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Julia is focused on creating, managing and producing everything content-related at Sales for Life. From product to content marketing, she is committed to constantly evolving the company's marketing strategy to exceed the demands of the ever-changing buyer.

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