Baldwin says Blue Eagles ‘don’t have killer instinct’

first_imgSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ateneo clinches Final Four spot, dominates NU Ateneo may be on top of the UAAP Season 81 men’s basketball standings but head coach Tab Baldwin said there’s still more to be desired of his team’s performance.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew The Blue Eagles own a 9-2 record but for the past two games shown considerable weak points especially in the second half.Baldwin said his team lacks the killer instinct required to end games quickly and easily.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“It’s our attitude when we have a big lead, it’s not just the start of the third, it could be the start of the fourth,” said Baldwin after Ateneo’s 79-64 win over National University Saturday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.“We dropped our mentality for sure and we don’t have a killer instinct and for sure it’s something we’ll continue to talk about.” View comments Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum “We’ve got to have a bench that wants to go over with the same attitude and we’ve got to get starts that want to go back with the same hunger,” said Baldwin. “[Losing momentum in the half] is not an uncommon problem for teams but it’s something we have to clearly identify and work on.” Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? MOST READ Ateneo had strong starts against the Bulldogs and University of the East but looked to lag once the second half started.The Blue Eagles held a 44-20 lead in the second quarter against the Bulldogs but allowed NU to cut the margin to 12 points, 55-43.A similar incident also happened in the defending champions’ last game against the Red Warriors when they held a 57-24 lead after the first half before watching UE outscore them 27-16 in the third quarter.The Blue Eagles held on for the 90-70 win but Baldwin was adamant that his team’s performance in the second half isn’t up to par to his expectations.Baldwin even mentioned the team’s 63-60 first round loss against Far Eastern University in a game the Blue Eagles started with an 18-3 lead.ADVERTISEMENT Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. LATEST STORIES Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anewlast_img read more

Tiger Brands grows Nigeria stake

first_img25 September 2012South African food company Tiger Brands has expanded its African stake by buying 63% of Dangote Flour Mills in Nigeria for approximately R1.5-billion, the company announced on Tuesday.Tiger Brands is a fast-moving consumer goods company (FMCG) listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.It currently operates in Nigeria, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Kenya and Zimbabwe, and its acquisition of Dangote Flour Mills is its third – and largest – deal in Nigeria.It follows the acquisition of biscuit manufacturer Deli Foods Nigeria Limited in April 2011 and UAC Food and Beverage Businesses in May 2011.The purchase would add “significant scale to Tiger Brands’ existing Nigerian businesses and represents a further important step in Tiger Brands’ expansion strategy on the balance of the African continent,” Tiger Brands said in a statement.“Nigeria is a key strategic growth market in West Africa, the second-largest African economy and one of the fastest growing economies in sub-Saharan Africa.”Dangote Flour Mills is regarded as a leader in the flour and pasta market segment of Nigeria’s consumer food sector, with a 30% market share in flour milling and 40% market share in pasta.It is the second-largest flour milling company in Nigeria and is involved in flour milling and processing, as well as processing pasta and noodles.“With an estimated population in excess of 160-million and projected average real GDP growth forecast over the next three years of approximately 7% per annum, Tiger Brands believes, particularly for consumer goods, that the potential of the Nigerian market is significant,” Tiger Brands said.“Tiger Brands views its strategic relationships with both the Dangote and UAC groups as crucial to its continuing success within the Nigerian FMCG sector.“Over the medium term, operational synergies and efficiencies will be leveraged to ensure all parties benefit from these strategic alliances.”SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

Tirumala Temple plans to display Lord Venkateswara’s jewels

first_imgThe world has heard tales of the fanciful riches of Lord Venkateswara of Tirupati, yet very few can claim to have seen them.But soon, devotees of the Lord of the Seven Hills in Andhra Pradesh’s Tirumala hills might be able to catch a glimpse of the rare and precious jewels and ornaments donated over several centuries.For the first time, the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), which manages the country’s richest temple, is planning to put the precious and antique ornaments of Lord Venkateswara on display at the Sri Venkateswara Museum on Tirumala hills. In fact, the TTD authorities are understood to have decided to throw open the gallery of the ornaments during the annual Brahmotsavams which began on Tuesday.The authorities were contemplating the release of a catalogue of the deity’s jewellery to enable the pilgrims to identify each ornament along with its history. But they decided against it at the last moment owing to security issues.More than a lakh pilgrims throng the hill shrine during this 10-day festival and it would be extremely difficult to provide security to the museum to guard the jewellery on display, a TTD official said. They would be displayed any time after the Brahmotsavams, the official added. Some of the ancient jewellery of Lord Venkateswara include Nagabharanam (snake bracelet), Karnabharanam (earrings), Makara Kundalams (crocodile-shaped earrings), Pachala Haram (emerald necklace), Kati and Varada Hasthams (diamond-studded golden sheath on palms of the lord, right one receiving offerings and left one placed on the waist) and a diamond crown, among other things.advertisementAt present the jewels are stored in the “Bokasam” (temple treasury) amid tight security.The announcement on the public display of Lord Venkateswara’s jewellery was first made by TTD joint executive officer K.S. Srinivasa Raju a couple of months ago. A high-level delegation headed by TTD executive officer L.V. Subramanyam also visited the National Museum in New Delhi to study how security was being provided at the museum.The TTD authorities even held a series of meetings with the Archaeological Survey of India officials recently to seek their technical help in displaying the ornaments at the Tirumala Museum.The tradition of gold offerings to the deity goes back several centuries. According to temple records, the ruler of Vijayanagara empire – Krishnadevaraya – had visited the temple seven times between 1509 and 1539. He made many offerings, including a diamond-studded crown. All the offerings were recorded through inscriptions.Since then, the rulers of various dynasties made gold and jewellery donations to the temple – the deity receives a steady stream of offerings from everyone.In 2010, when the state government celebrated Krishnadevaraya’s 500th coronation celebrations, it had asked the TTD authorities to exhibit the jewellery the king had donated. But the TTD authorities realised that many of the jewels donated by the king were not found. A probe by the TTD revealed the jewels couldn’t be identified as most of them had got mixed up with other donations.The TTD said the process of maintaining fool-proof records of donations, including jewellery, had started only in the 1930s.last_img read more

I Hate Spam Email from Bad SEO Consultants

first_imgIt’s late at night and I’m finishing a presentation for tomorrow, and my email tells me I just got 7 new emails.  Four of them are leads from our website (cool!), one is from Brian, one from Dharmesh (we work late at HubSpot [grin]) and one from someone I don’t know with the subject “Suggestion re: blog.hubspot.com”.  I’ve been meeting a lot of folks through this blog, and figured this was someone with a comment or an idea about a new article.  Wrong.  It’s an SEO consultant pitching me on why I need their help.  For your reading pleasure I have placed his email below, with what I was thinking when I read it in italics, and my email reply back to him.  Some info has been deleted to protect the guilty.  Enjoy.The Email a Spammy SEO Consultant Sent MeSent: Friday, December 14, 2007 1:17 AMTo:mvolpeSubject:Suggestion re: blog.hubspot.comDear Website Owner, [I should have deleted it when I saw this.]If I could get you five times the RELEVANT traffic at a substantially reduced cost would you be interested?  [Duh.  Nice Sales 101 tactic of asking a question with a “yes” answer.]  We can place your website on top of the Natural Listings on Google, Yahoo and MSN. [Then place your own site there and stop emailing me.]  Our Search Engine Optimization team delivers more top rankings than anyone else and we can prove it. [How can you prove you deliver more SEO results than anyone else?  This is not possible.]  We do not use “link farms” or “black hat” methods that Google and the other search engines frown upon and can use to de-list or ban your site. The techniques are proprietary, involving some valuable closely held trade secrets. [If you can’t explain it to me, then it is probably black hat, or so simple I should not pay you for it.]  Our prices are less than half of what other companies charge.  [Oh good.  I was ready to pay double what others charge.]I would be happy to send you a proposal using the top search phrases for your area of expertise. [If you spent 1 minute on my website you would know this.] Please contact me at your convenience so I can start saving you some money. Please do not hesitate to email or call me if you would like further information. [Really?  I was going to call, but then got worried you didn’t want me to call.  Thanks for clarifying you actually do want me to call you.]Sincerely,(Name)Executive Vice President  [What’s with the title inflation in sales these days?](Address)(Phone)My Response to the Spam SEO ConsultantI would be happy to hire you if you knew what you were doing, but it is clear you do not.1) You have a broken link on your homepage2) Your website does not have a 301 permanent redirect3) You are using meta keyword stuffing on your homepage4) You have no inbound links to your website5) Your Website Grade is a 7/100. Run a report at www.WebsiteGrader.comMaybe this is why you need to send spam emails to get new clients instead of getting them through SEO.Please remove me from your list.Thanks,Mike———————–Mike Volpewww.hubspot.comWas I too harsh?  How many spam emails do you get from SEO consultants who have no idea what they are doing?  Leave a comment below and let’s discuss.Want to know more about what to look for in an SEO consultant?  Read these articles:6 Tips To Not Get Ripped Off When Buying SEO Services7 Signs You Should Run Screaming From an SEO Consultant Topics: Search Agency Originally published Dec 14, 2007 11:42:00 AM, updated March 21 2013 Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlacklast_img read more

Make Media or Be Left Out of the Conversation

first_imgFinancial aid — it’s about as far as you can get from media. No way to create content in that business, right? Absolutely not, said Chris Penn when I spoke with him at the You can hear more from Chris in Even better, if you hurry, you can get one of the last tickets to the . , where Chris will be speaking on Sept. 8. in Boston earlier this month. Originally published Aug 25, 2008 9:15:00 AM, updated March 21 2013 Affiliate Marketing Summit Chris is the Chief Technology Officer of the His podcast is a highly successful content-based inbound marketing strategy. It’s introduced tens of thousands of people to The Student Loan Network, and demonstrates the marketing value of great content, no matter what your line of business.last_img read more

Top 5 Inbound Marketing Articles of the Week: Location-Based Marketing

first_img Lesson: 7 Online Video Tips Every B2B Marketer Should Know Lesson: Originally published Feb 5, 2010 7:30:00 AM, updated July 18 2013 increasing power of location-based/mobile applications Lesson: John Jantsch 20 Ways to Up Your Blogging Fun Quota Marshall Kirkpatrick Author: inbound marketing word of mouth marketing Some of her suggestions include sharing your story with photos and images, using charts, graphs, tables or diagrams to illustrate your points, trying vlogging, experimenting with lists, creating tutorials that teach something to your readers and many, many more! business blog 5. Lesson: His suggestions include claiming your listings, using reviews to make your business better, monitoring your profiles, getting proactive and considering advertising. Social Media B2B Reserve your spot now on and their potential to impact modern marketing. Christie Burnett , which has achieved notable traffic growth within the last couple months. Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlack Be prepared for mobile applications and location-based services to change the face of marketing.  Start learning about these trends now. 5 Ways to Rock Customer Review Sites Location is Hot: Foursquare Traffic up 3X in 2 Months Problogger Author: of . 3. Andy stresses the value of By now you know that the most Photo by Alexandra Lee Kipp Bodnar  to learn how to transform your marketing, develop your strategy and take your business to the next level. Damn! I Wish I’d Thought of That! Author: Duct Tape Marketing as a metric, by saying content forwarding is more powerful than traditional advertising and lead generation because it includes the personal endorsement of the sender.  Plus, he says, it’s extremely measurable, correlating well to existing lead/impression valuation metrics. on It’s not the only metric to track, but don’t forget about measuring word of mouth marketing when evaluating your social media programs. 4. Online video can be a fun and interactive addition to your content marketing mix.  Kipp’s article communicates Social Media B2B’s best advice for producing and promoting your online video efforts to bypass common online video issues and maximize your ROI. of Andy’s post quickly discusses his dismay at the results of a recent Forrester survey about measuring social media marketing, which highlight that none of the marketers surveyed listed the amount of content forwarded by users as their most important metric for social media marketing.  Author: .  You also can’t deny that producing a constant stream of remarkable content is very hard work.  It’s not difficult to feel like your blog is in a rut, so Christie’s article offers some great suggestions for new and different content alternatives to inspire you (and your readers). foursquare article this week focuses specifically on the location-based social network called Marshall’s article reports on the significant increase of traffic to foursquare, which has tripled in the past 2 months since November, reported by Hitwise, a traffic analyst firm. The article also discusses foursquare’s recent deal with a Canadian newspaper chain that involves delivering local editorial content to users depending on where they check in. 1. With HubSpot Founders, Brian Halligan & Dharmesh Shah Readers like variety. Experiment with different types of content to keep your readers (and yourself) engaged with your ReadWriteWeb successful blogs publish content consistently and frequently Social media metrics: You’re missing the big ROI number of Don’t fear negative reviews. Learn from your toughest critics to improve your brand and its products/services. Our top Using online video for marketing 2. Live Webinar: Money, Marketing & Management So what does this traffic increase mean to you?  Foursquare isn’t the only location-based social network out there, but its popularity is definitely a testament to the Lesson: Join Brian Halligan & Dharmesh Shah as they share business insights to grow your company! is valuable, but it can be challenging.  Learn from others’ experiences to get the best possible results. Author: Andy Sernovitz John gives readers a nice overview of customer review sites and what they mean for small business marketers, spotlighting some popular sites to know and sharing some of his top ways to benefit from them.last_img read more

Thou Shalt Blog: What Marketers Can Learn from the Church’s Foray into Social Media

first_imgIf you’ve been waiting for a sign from above telling you to Reserve your spot now Join HubSpot to learn tips and strategies to monitor your company’s brand and engagement in social media in just 10 minutes per day! Our recommendation? Follow the Pope’s lead (at least in regard to your marketing efforts): Facebook app Religious groups have long been associated with traditional outbound marketing techniques. Think about men in ties and backpacks knocking at your door, religious pamphlets left on your windshield or people handing out flowers at the airport. Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlack Open Source Catholic , and join the conversation in your industry. Why have these devotees gone to such great lengths to spread the “good word?” Because people have been searching for it. app and Topics: Over the past few months, Pope Benedict XVI has been calling on the Catholic Church to get more involved in Web 2.0. In a The Catholic Church’s embrace of blogging and social media is yet another clear sign that, no matter what your audience, the conversation has shifted online. In a statement, the Pope Benedict notes that, “Church communities have always used the modern media… for encouraging dialog at a wider level.” start using social media blogging and creating other online resources like video released by the vatican on YouTube . iPhone , Pope Benedict states that the Church should continue to be present in the “ever-evolving communications system that surrounds our planet.” According to the Facebook page for Pope Benedict , then your time has come. The key business takeaway is this: Originally published Mar 4, 2010 2:30:00 PM, updated March 21 2013 , an If the 83-year-old leader of one of the oldest organizations in the history of Western civilization has embraced Web 2.0 and recognized the benefits of inbound marketing techniques, you’re officially out of excuses for why social media won’t work for your company. , especially Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. account, a personal To date, the Vatican has created a Live Webinar: How To Monitor Your Social Media Presence In 10 Minutes A Day Date and time: Okay, I admit that it’s not exactly a burning bush, but it’s certainly a clear sign that times have changed. . Outside of the Vatican, many of those in the Church have heard the call and started Start a blog Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at 1:00pm ET Social Media to set up a solid routine to monitor your online presence! Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life Get involved in social media YouTube , about 92% of Americans believe in a higher power, 28% have left the religion of their childhood and 16% consider themselves unaffiliated. This means that there is liquidity in the religious market, and many Americans are actively searching for spirituality. It also explains why religious groups have spent so much time, energy and money trying to get attention.last_img read more

Should You Add “Please Retweet” to Your Twitter Updates? [Debate]

first_img ? Twitter updates , disagrees. “It’s desperate,” says David Meerman Scott, marketing strategist and bestselling author, about adding “Please Retweet” to your Twitter updates. However, Dan Zarrella, HubSpot’s social media scientist and host of the upcoming Topics: Being outspoken about the action you want your Twitter followers to take should be aligned with your marketing goals. “Marketing is essentially manipulation. It’s getting people to do what you want,” Dan says. “If you are a salesperson, you ask for a credit card number. If you are doing Twitter Engagement Yes, Says Dan Zarrella In fact, Social Media Is About Personal Decisions Science of Social Media webinar , David points out, is a type of ecosystem that encourages people to pick and choose their information intake. As opposed to mass media, in which a certain message is being broadcast to you, social media allows for more personal freedom. “I think the currency of social media is one of ‘ It’s Backed Up by Data do Me get more retweets. It’s the 11th most retweetable phrasing that Dan has identified. To settle this argument and pick a winner, we conducted a brief debate and recorded it for our community to enjoy. Should you add “Please Retweet” to your It’s a Remindercenter_img shows that tweets that include this call-to-action , you ask for someone to fill out a lead form.” Therefore, it’s only natural to ask for retweets in your social media marketing. Dan’s research Let Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlack I No, Says David Meerman Scott lead generation want to do things.'” David finds this phrasing desperate because it undermines people’s ability to judge for themselves what’s valuable enough to be rweteeted. “If your content is good, I will retweet it,” says David. In other words, you should trust your Twitter followers to make the right decision. Judge What’s Valuable So what do you think? Who would you side with? Add to the “Please Retweet” debate in the comments below! Originally published Aug 12, 2011 1:02:00 PM, updated October 20 2016 One reason why this wording works as a call-to-action, Dan Zarrella says, is because less savvy Twitter users often forget that retweeting is an option. So this serves as a reminder for them. Social media It Has Marketing Valuelast_img read more

The 4 Secrets of Effective Prospect Nurturing

first_img Originally published Sep 30, 2011 3:00:00 PM, updated February 01 2017 This is a guest blog post by Mari Anne Vanella, one of the 20 Women to Watch in Lead Management in 2011. Mari was one of our guest presenters on the Marketing Metrics Workshop, “The Follow Up Formula: Secrets for Nurturing Prospects.”Let’s start off with a simple vocabulary word.nur·ture /ˈnɜrtʃər/  Show Spelled [nur-cher]  Show IPA verb, -tured, -tur·ing,  noun  verb (used with object) 1. to feed and protect: to nurture one’s offspring. 2. to support and encourage, as during the period of training or development; foster: to nurture promising musicians. 3. to bring up; train; educate. Lead generation has more and more moved away from a transactional activity, or generating single events for reps, to initiating and maintaining a relationship that leads the buyer to the best choice (i.e., your platform).The definition for nurturing, highlighted above, is exactly the effect you want your ongoing follow-up and communication to accomplish. Something that is often overlooked, however, is that the relationship with your prospects won’t become reciprocal until they see the value and visualize the benefit. Often buyers educate themselves, interact with users of your product, and compare solutions before they even take your calls. That being said, sending generic content and pestering phone calls to move them along will actually drive them away vs. drawing them closer.  So, what’s the secret to an effective follow up?PersistenceValuePersonal, Peer-Level InteractionTiming 1. PersistencePersistence is important when dealing with today’s overloaded executives. Don’t give up after a single follow up. I’ve heard sales reps express discouragement over prospects not returning their calls or emails, but the underlying problem is that executives are just plain busy. It often takes 3-5+ attempts to reach a prospect who showed interest via a webinar, whitepaper, or other inbound activity. Waiting for them to call you back will only let their interest go cold and leave room for someone else to capture the attention you invested in developing. The other aspect to this is that companies are passive to reach out to vendors even when there is a requirement. Just because they aren’t calling you back doesn’t mean there isn’t a huge opportunity within a company. Don’t misinterpret their lack of response always as a lack of interest.2. ValueCreate value with your outreach, but don’t over-inform. Sending content-heavy communication risks losing your prospects. The first time they read something they don’t understand, it will distance them and make them think you aren’t a good fit, and that’s a hard ditch to dig out of when you have no insight into what happened. Reps often wonder why prospects went quiet on them. This is one of the reasons: too much data right out of the gate without knowing what they needed to hear. You want your prospects to say “tell me more,” not “please stop talking.”    3. Personal, Peer-Level InteractionPersonal and peer level interaction is different than a sales-to-prospect dynamic. Peer level communication is open, free-flowing discussion that lets the prospect talk. It’s not telling them what they’re doing wrong by not working with you. Your nurturing program should be a deliberate effort to break down barriers with your prospects, inform them, and also build a personal relationship with them. The human aspect of this is important because it is the richest form of communication at your disposal. Interacting with your prospects at a higher level will reinforce and advance the opportunity. We talk to hundreds of executives each week, and people take calls and are more than willing to engage—as I have said many times, it isn’t that people don’t want to take a call; they just don’t want to take a bad call. So educate your team and outsource a little bit, but do something to connect live with prospects on their level. 4. TimingFinally, timing is extremely critical in your follow up. Plan your outreach in the right window. I have seen organizations push follow ups on good leads months out, long after the prospect has forgotten the original exchange they had and are well along with evaluating (and now preferring) other vendors. If you uncovered an opportunity and you know their buying cycle, stay ahead of it. Don’t wait until the deal is on the table to get involved. Well planned outreach will keep you informed of what is going on. Long gone are the days of sales 1.0, when sales teams followed up on a lead, found out the deal wasn’t happening for 2 quarters out, and then called back in 2 quarters to find out they signed a 1M deal with a competitor 2 months back. The tools are now available to stage the timing, and if the prospect is active before then and you have visibility of that, don’t wait until their score reaches a certain threshold; call them. Don’t lose deals when you have visibility at your fingertips. Buyers are open to early engagement, and this is often when the real window of influence is possible and decisions are made. So, with your prospects, take the approaches that align with your buyers’ actual decision patterns.   Final ThoughtNurturing programs can take on different forms, from simple campaigns to sophisticated ones within automation platforms. The key here is to do something that keeps you involved and progresses the opportunity. Don’t lose the prospect that you invested so much to identify in the first place. A sizable amount of marketing dollars go into activities to generate interested prospects. To let them fall off a cliff once you’ve discovered they aren’t buying in the next 90 days is walking away from a huge percentage of prospects that will in fact make a purchase in the next 12 months.  It’s important to realize you are already holistically building your pipeline, and small adjustments to how you are following up makes a big difference to extract more revenue out of your initial campaigns. Nurturing has become a cooperative effort of sales and marketing. The 4 points I talked about in this post overlap both. We’re all on the same team with the common goal of staying involved and progressing deals in the most effective manner. Identifying the areas that need change, who will drive it, and achieving consistency across both groups will only result in increased success.What other prospect nurturing secrets are you keeping in your internet marketing back pocket?Image credit: Looking&Learning Topics: Passing Leads to Sales Don’t forget to share this post! 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