Business Video Roundup: Small Business Advertising, Sales Team Training & More

Posted on 1.March.2019 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Entrepreneur - Sales Team TrainingIn this week’s business video roundup, Gary Vaynerchuk talks about whether advertising via direct mail and the Yellow Pages is still effective in the age of the internet and social media. We also have Entrepreneur sharing three time-management tips for business owners, the CEO of Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop discussing how strong company values can drive success, and Mike Phillips explaining his five-step sales process and how to conduct effective sales-team training.

Gary Vaynerchuk: How to Advertise a Small Business

In the age of social media marketing, is advertising a small business via direct mail, the Yellow Pages, and the local Chamber of Commerce still effective? Gary Vee says it can be, but in this six-minute video he explains why he encourages businesses to push towards social media and digital advertising.

Entrepreneur: 5 Step Sales Process with Mike Phillips

Sales can be one of the trickiest aspects of any given business. In this seven-minute video, Mike Phillips shares his five-step sales process that can apply to many verticals and over a multitude of products. His advice is clear, concise, and actionable.

Mike Phillips: How to Conduct Great Sales Team Training

In this follow-up to the above video, Mike Phillips goes over a few strategies for conducting more effective sales team training. It shows how to instill more confidence in your sales team and in turn generate more dollars for your company’s bottom line.

Entrepreneur: 3 Time-Management Tips for Entrepreneurs

Three time-management tips for entrepreneurs in under a minute.

BizcastHQ: How a Strong Set of Company Values Can Drive a Business

Ashley Morris, CEO of Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop, a growing chain of upscale fast-casual restaurants around the U.S., talks about how strong values can be an essential driving force behind a company’s success.

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