5 Spring Cleaning Tips for Your B2B Prospects List

Spring is a time when people tend to feel the need to renew and refresh themselves and the spaces around them. The same sense of renewal should be applied to your current prospect list. Potential prospects are typically accumulated through marketing and sales efforts including list building, email marketing, events, tradeshows, cold calling, or referrals from existing customers. Optimize your list, clean out stale prospects and make room for higher quality leads, which, in turn, will generate higher quality results. Below is a list of 5 spring-cleaning tips to improve your B2B lead generation.

05/19/2014 by: Luosheng Peng


Happy National Small Business Week!

In 1963 President Kennedy declared the start of an annual National Small Business Week. NSBW is dedicated to recognizing the contributions of entrepreneurs and small business owners by hosting events in select cities nationwide. San Francisco is one of the four cities that has the honor of hosting celebrations for Small Business Week 2014 followed by Boston, Kansas City, and Washington DC. Here are some highlights of what’s going on locally for us in San Francisco!

05/12/2014 by: Gagein


SMBs vs Big Companies: Sales Triggers Level the Playing Field

Just because you’re a small or medium business (SMB) doesn’t mean you can’t beat your large competitors. David used a sling to beat Goliath and the modern day Davids have a choice of tools that can give their SMB a similar advantage. After all successful selling is all about timing and being the first to call on a prospect with a compelling reason. If there is one thing a small company should be able to do, it’s move faster than their bigger competitors.

05/07/2014 by: Gagein


Google Alerts Doesn’t Cut It Anymore – What Now?

In the early 2000′s Google came in out of left field with a remarkable internet tracking tool: Google Alerts. A simple tool that tracks web content and sorts it through keywords chosen by the user. When it came to sales, this tool was a game changer. Alerts for salespeople are as essential as air is to breathing; without them information would get tangled and confusing- lost in the abyss of the internet. Lately, however, Google Alerts are no longer working and rumors have spread that Google has no intention of fixing them. Which leads to the looming question, is there a need for a tool that replaces Google Alerts?

04/28/2014 by: Luosheng Peng


10 Ways To Go Green In Your Office

Happy Earth Day! Here are 10 sustainable and environmentally-friendly initiatives that you can start taking at work and at home!

04/22/2014 by: Gagein


Top 10 Tips for Successful B2B Sales

A great product is nothing without customers, and in order to attract that following, a remarkable salesperson must be behind the pitch. Delivering a pitch is not as basic as memorizing a script like many are lead to believe; a lot more work is required to close the deal, and even more thought is needed […]

04/14/2014 by: Luosheng Peng


‘Add to Calendar’ Feature for News Alerts & Events

Now you can add reminders to your schedule to follow up on a news alerts or events. Here’s how to use our “Add to Calendar” feature within

03/18/2014 by: Gagein


Top Tips For Maximizing CRM Effectiveness

Dave | Guest Blogger A good customer relationship management (CRM) strategy is key to business success, and getting it right has never been more important for businesses than it is today. Sales teams have traditionally used a number of systems, from a straightforward card index to a spreadsheet and a database program. Today’s tools are […]

03/10/2014 by: Gagein


How to Make a Good Sales Pitch in 7 Steps From Salesforce

Crafting a good sales pitch is not easy. That’s because a sales pitch is no longer a “pitch” in the sense that you throw information at your customer as a baseball player would pitch a baseball at a batter. Nowadays, an effective sales pitch is a two-way street — a conversation where you listen to […]

02/04/2014 by: Gagein


Gagein; Silicon Valley Startup & Levi Stadium’s Neighbor

NEW CONTRACTS: Comcast and NBCUniversal today announced a 10-year agreement with the San Francisco 49ersand Levi’s® Stadium designed to deliver an unmatched in-stadium fan experience. Comcast is leveraging multiple business units – Comcast Cable, Comcast Business, regional sports networkComcast SportsNet Bay Area, and local NBC owned station NBC Bay Area – to help power what will be one of the most […]

01/24/2014 by: Gagein