Predictable Revenue Free Resource Area

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4 thoughts on “Predictable Revenue Free Resource Area

  1. Neal


    I have read your book 2x and still learning. Great information. How can I apply Predictable Revenue best practices into a channel drive sales org? How would I specialize roles to help the sales dept increase revenue/customers through our existing and/or new partners? Can you share an example model of how a prospectors, closers, customer success and channel reps can work together? I look forward to your reply. Thanks

    1. Aaron Ross Post author

      hey Neal, really the ideas are almost all the same in how you implement them. think of partners as just another kind of customer, one you need to identify (Ideal Partner Profile), market to (seeds or nets or spears), sell to (close partnership) and support to help them figure out how to successfully serve your customers for you.

      so there are differences…but the principles are all the same.

  2. Lucila

    Hi! Great videos, I’m starting with the book ASAP :) Just quick question:
    Is it better not to contact straight the decision maker but someone lower in the pyramid to ask for a referral? or if we can get the right email at once go straight to it? What do you say?

    1. Aaron Ross Post author

      you will need to use both approaches, since sometimes one will work, and other times the other will work.


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