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Helping Sells Radio

In the software business, Selling Doesn't Help. Helping Sells. Helping Sells Radio is a podcast about helping customers discover, adopt, and thrive using your software. Co-hosts Bill Cushard and Sarah E. Brown will talk to experts about helping sells in software adoption, customer success, sales, marketing, customer training, and more. Subscribe and listen to get insider tips for leveraging "strategic generosity" to grow your software business. Brought to you by ServiceRocket Media.
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Now displaying: May, 2016
May 24, 2016

Aaron Ross joins Helping Sells Radio for Episode 14. Aaron, with co-author Jason Lemkin, recently published a new book, From Impossible to Inevitable: How Hyper-Growth Companies Create Predictable Revenue, which is a follow-up to the widely read and implemented book Predictable Revenue, which has been called the sales bible of Silicon Valley. Sarah and Bill talk to Aaron about two main topics. First, we talk about why we should not tell people what we do for a living, but describe how we help people. Second, we talk about the new book. 

May 9, 2016

Catherine Blackmore, GVP of Customer Success at Oracle Marketing Cloud, joins the show to discuss the importance of training, change management, and business transformation to customer success. We also discuss whether the prominence of customer success is causing a convergence between sales and service. And yes, Bill did steal one of Catherine's ideas.

May 6, 2016

Todd Eby is the Founder and CEO at SuccessHacker, editor of the Customer Success Journal, Advisor to Trak.io, and has been named to multiple Customer Success Influencers lists including The FrontLeaf 50 and the MindTouch 100 Customer Success Influencers You Should Reach Out To. Today, we chat with him about why achieving real Customer Success is the hardest simple thing to do.

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