It’s not the bum turf, it’s the bum in the turf
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Plan and work your territory right and stop blaming your lack of success on your turf!

Starting out in a new sales company, your territory may at first seem endlessly vast. But if you (like most people) just start working random streets, you will soon feel like you “have been everywhere”.

1. To avoid burning out your territory to fast you should make a written plan from day one.

2. Divide the map with the territory appointed to you into 10 sectors.

3. Work each sector throughout until you feel like you have visited everybody who lives there. When you have used all 10 sectors, start over again at sector 1. This will help you conserve your area and help you generate the most out of it. Most people on sector 1 will now have forgotten about you, and the territory will feel almost “brand new”.

Tip: Less people are home during daytime. Work the same route in the evening as you did before dinner to pick up those who weren’t at home.

Tip: The longer you can stay in one area, the bigger the hoop becomes.

Tools: 

  • Map it Track it  Enables your reps and yourself to manage leads using their smartphone or tablet.
    In order to build and maintain strong relationship with the clients, field reps must be equipped with a reliable lead management software available on their smartphones and tablets. Map it Track it helps your sales reps know where their customers are, who they should go speak with and what they should be spending their time on.

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  • Map it Track it mobile app for iPad, and iPhone comes with easy to use client data management, location based directions and CRM integration, enabling your reps to focus on moving your clients through your sales pipeline and providing your managers great reporting to track and measure your sales team performance.

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