Sales and Marketing Sentiment: Feeling Is Perception Is Reality


About a year ago, I conducted a survey that led to my company’s first-ever Sales & Marketing Sentiment Study. The idea was to get inside the heads of people in sales and marketing and reveal their feelings about the way they worked, the technology they used, and about each other. We split the results into sales and marketing responses and compared them. What we found was revealing. First, the results exploded the stereotypes about the sales and marketing relationship.

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Analysts bullish ahead of Apple's Q3 results, say iPhone sales could reach 50M+

Analyst sentiment is generally high ahead of Apple’s third-quarter earnings announcement — due on Tuesday — calling for numbers that could beat both official guidance as well as Wall Street consensus, mostly on the strength of iPhone sales that could near or top 50 million.

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BlackBerry Ripe for Growth, Predicts CEO Chen


BlackBerry — the “sick man of mobile” — is poised for better times. That was the sentiment expressed by CEO John Chen in an internal memo distributed to BlackBerry employees last week. BlackBerry has completed its restructuring and the workforce reductions that started three years ago have been completed, Chen reportedly wrote in the memo. Better yet, barring any unexpected downturns in the market, BlackBerry would be adding workers in several areas, including product development, sales and customer service.

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