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Sales Driven Quotes By Devon McDonald

We tell our portfolio companies that it's really important to be metrics-driven and to track their conversions. It goes back to building that scalable sales model. — Devon McDonald

Sales Driven Quotes By Anonymous

For instance, you can't buy e-books through the Kindle app on your iPhone because Apple takes 30% of app-driven sales - a cut that would hurt Amazon's already razor-thin margin. — Anonymous

Sales Driven Quotes By Tim Armstrong

A picture of me as this super affable sales guy gets painted, but in actuality, I'm pretty driven by hard work and love working with teams. What people discount is, I grew up in a very small blue-collar town in Massachusetts and have basically scrapped my way career wise. — Tim Armstrong

Sales Driven Quotes By Josh James

Sales-driven cultures can really differentiate you from the majority of the competition. — Josh James

Sales Driven Quotes By Jane Green

My e-books sales have overtaken everything else, so I think all the marketing has become very much driven by the author now because of social media. — Jane Green

Sales Driven Quotes By Peter Thiel

Society is secretly driven by sales — Peter Thiel

Sales Driven Quotes By Peter Thiel

The most fundamental reason that even businesspeople underestimate the importance of sales is the systematic effort to hide it at every level of every field in a world secretly driven by it. — Peter Thiel

Sales Driven Quotes By Chris Anderson

What we're now starting to see, as online retailers begin to capitalize on their extraordinary economic efficiences, is the shape of a massive mountain of choice emerging where before there was just a peak ... By necessity, the conomics of traditional, hit-driven retail limit choice. When you dramatically lower the costs of connecting supply and demand, it changes not just the numbers, but the entire nature of the market. This is not just a quantiative change, but a qualitative one, too. Bringing niches within reach reveals latent demand for noncommercial content. Then, as demand shifts toward the niches, the economics of provided them improve further, and so on, creating a positive feedback loop that will transform entire industries - and the culture - for decades to come. — Chris Anderson