Let’s Talk Sales! Growing Engagement with Joe Apfelbaum – Episode 3

The featured guest on episode 3 is Joe Apfelbaum. Joe is the CEO of Ajax Union, a B2B Digital Marketing Agency based in Brooklyn, NY. Ajax Union specializes in:

  • SEM & SEO
  • Social Media
  • Email Marketing
  • Conversion Optimization
  • Marketing Automation
  • Business Blogging
  • Marketing Funnel Development
  • Design & Development

Interview with Joe Apfelbaum

On this episode, Joe shares his insights on account-based marketing, building relationships, rejection in sales, and so much more. Joe shares his expertise in the area of sales, speaks on the importance of having a business coach, and focuses on staying engaged with your network. And, he also answers questions about:

  • His earliest memory in sales
  • His journey through business development
  • Whether or not we’re all “salespeople”
  • A hard lesson learned
  • Resources that help in times of difficulty
  • Areas where he struggles, as well as where he thrives
  • Book suggestions
  • A piece of wisdom
  • A tactical sales tip that can be applied to your Sales PlayBook

Featured on this Episode:

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About the Author:

Rebecca Smith is the Director of Marketing at Criteria for Success. She writes about sales, sales leadership, social selling best practices, time management, and anything related to helping others discover success. Be sure to say hi on Twitter @RebeckerSmith.

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