Aug 12, 2011

ProfNet Connect Blog Roundup:Getting a Job at Google, Push Marketing, Benefits of Sales Coaching

ProfNet Connect, our free online community for journalists, bloggers, PR pros, experts and communicators of all stripes,  features blog section where members can write and post as their hearts desire.  The site is chockablock with interesting people and content.  Here are some of the most popular posts from this week. Enjoy!

How to Get a Job at Google: Mustache, No Pants
What does it take to get hired these days? Try a website, a video, a mustache, and no pants. A brilliant marketing campaign has been waged by a jobseeker Matthew Epstein targeting Google as his next employer. Take a look at this great story as told by Krista Bradford, CEO of The Good Search, LLC.
@KristaBradford

The Mall, Internet Shopping and Push Marketing
Are you a mall shopper or an online shopper? Do you believe that value makes the difference between engagement and avoidance? See what makes Beth Monaghan, principal and co-founder of InkHouse Media + Marketing want to stay at home to shop instead of joining the crowds like most of us.
@bamonaghan

Benefits of Sales Coaching
Sales coaching is the proactive manner to help support the mentoring provided for sales professionals to improve their performance and to help them when having difficulties and is usually done on a daily basis. Counseling is a reactive fractured approach implemented when an employee is performing below expectations due to either a skill deficiency or an attitude deficiency. Drew Stevens, president of Stevens Consulting Group explains the differences between sales counseling and sales coaching in his latest post.
@DrDrewSalesTips

Top ProfNet Connect Bloggers
Since launching in September of last year, there have been more than 1,100 blog posts from contributors across a variety of industries, from real estate to sales, public relations to media.  This is a list of some of the top bloggers on ProfNet Connect, in no particular order, as shared by Maria Perez, director of news operations at ProfNet.
@profnet

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