Home » Sales Articles » Women in Sales

Women in Sales Articles

Mar, 23 2017 | Referral Sales, Sales Leadership, Women in Sales

How Can Tech Companies Attract More Women in Sales?

women in sales

Women have everything it takes to succeed in sales. Ask any B2B sales leader about their lead generation challenges, and you’ll get specific answers about why their teams can’t get access to buyers, how sales processes have gotten too long, or why they’re losing to the competition. Ask them why there aren’t more women in […]

Mar, 08 2017 | Sales Leadership, Women in Sales

Women in Sales: 5 Ways to Get Your Voice Heard

women in sales

What does it take to succeed in sales? Today is International Women’s Day, and what better time to celebrate all the smart, savvy women in sales? In honor of the occasion, HubSpot is launching its #WomenInSalesDay project, a compilation of inspiring stories about top saleswomen, as well as tips and advice for women coming up the […]

Aug, 18 2016 | Referral Sales, Sales Leadership, Women in Sales

Curiosity and Discontent: Words to Live—and Sell—By

Read the speech that helped to shape my perspective on education, sales, and life in general. Many years ago, a high-school girl competed in a state speech competition for members of the forensics club. Participants competed for the best original speech as well as for the best speech written by someone else. This young girl […]

Jul, 28 2016 | Sales Leadership, Women in Sales

Do Women in Sales Lack Confidence?

The greatest challenge for many women leaders isn’t gender discrimination; it’s self-doubt. Women in sales don’t have to think or act like men to become rainmakers; we have the natural-born skills and grit it takes to be top-tier sellers. We know how to build relationships. We are hardwired to be nurturers, connectors, and collaborators. So […]

Jun, 23 2016 | Sales Leadership, Women in Sales

How Women in Sales Boost the Bottom Line

Women in Sales

Wake up call for sales leaders: If you don’t have enough saleswomen on your team, you’re at a disadvantage. Women are just plain naturals at selling. Saleswomen have the skills and grit it takes to be top-tier performers because success in sales is about building and nurturing relationships. Women get that. We are hardwired to […]

May, 05 2016 | Referral Sales, Sales Leadership, Social Selling, Women in Sales

How Social Selling Got Me 21 Meetings in 2 Days

Never forget that selling is social. The magic number is 21. No, I’m not playing blackjack. That’s the number of people I’m meeting for the first time at the Sales Innovation Expo in London this month. I’ve never spoken with any of them. I met them all on LinkedIn and Twitter. So, why do they […]

Apr, 26 2016 | Sales Leadership, Women in Sales

Lead Generation … Here We Go Again

Lead Generation

Top Sales World CEO Jonathan Farrington discusses lead generation and other sales challenges in this month’s guest post. “Generating qualified leads is the biggest challenge for my sales team.” That’s what I hear from every sales leader. Ineffective lead generation tactics are a huge blot on sales productivity and revenue. But simply filling the pipeline […]

Apr, 21 2016 | Referral Sales, Sales Leadership, Women in Sales

Your Most Burning Referral Questions Immediately Answered

Who should you ask for referrals to drive lead generation? “You can ask for referrals from anyone you meet, and it’s often easier to get referrals from new contacts than from existing clients.” Never! That’s just some of the nonsense that’s bandied about by people who think they know how referrals work. And they’re dead […]

Apr, 07 2016 | Referral Sales, Sales Leadership, Women in Sales

[URGENT] You’ve Got ONE WEEK to Get This Book for 99 Cents

Don’t miss your chance to cash in on my No More Cold Calling book anniversary! One week from today—April 14, 2016—marks the 10-year anniversary of my first book, No More Cold Calling™. Yes, April 14, 2006 was the official publication date. The book’s subtitle, “The Breakthrough System That Will Leave Your Competition in the Dust,” […]

Scroll Up