OutboundEngine – Austin, TX
We’re a fast growing startup looking for a Customer Success rock star to join our team and help our customers achieve incredible success! You’ll be… OutboundEngine
OutboundEngine – Scottsdale, AZ
What you’ll do: • Function as Project Lead and manage end-to-end projects for department heads in one or many of our key departments: Customer… OutboundEngine
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If you have what it takes, this is a career. What anyone else is doing is irrelevant. Excuses are made in bad faith. This company moves at a Wall Street pace. Last day of the month you stay until midnight because it means an extra $2000 in your pocket. Having sold marketing for several companies in Austin and elsewhere, never have I been so rewarded for my effort. I came in thinking I knew how to sell, only to realize that I'm just getting started.
None. People complain about micromanaging? Try working for Signpost, Yodel, any other inside sales company in Austin and you'll change your tune. I feel like an independent contractor here. I work for myself and I work hard because I want to succeed. If I were here to collect a salary alone, I could see why management would be annoying.
Advice to Management
Call volume is important, but only when other metrics are considered. I can make 150 dials before lunch and get nothing accomplished. Conversely, I can end the day with 80 dials and 5 hours talk time and feel much more confident about my pipeline. Having minimums of either (a) 80 calls with 3 hours talk time, or (b) 120 calls with 2.5 hours talk time will ensure quality calls instead of mindless dialing.