3 Amazing Sales Tools I Use Every Day

By Daniel Nilsson on November 25, 2018

I am very passionate about sales and processes, and I would like to share the Sales Tools that I use to be more efficient and close more deals.

Sales Tool 1 – Hubspot Sales  

Why is it so good? 

One of the hardships being in sales is that you send hundreds of emails and often don’t get any response or feedback. It is tiring, and many times you don’t know if anyone ever sees your emails. Hubspot Sales is a solution to this problem.

What do I get?

  • The sales tools Daniel Nilsson from Sweden use - SidekickSee who opens and clicks your emails – Show you if someone received and opened an email. It works directly from Google mail, Apple Mail, and Outlook.
  • Profiles in your inbox – See relevant information for the receiver as you type in your inbox.
  • Schedule emails – Write emails now and send them later
  • Templates – Create templates of emails you send often
  • Email sequences – Create email sequences and send out to your leads

What you get if you pay

  • Figure out your best performing sales emails – Create ready to go email templates for your most common emails and measure how efficient they are.
  • Know what content that closes deals – Upload documents to Hubspot, send it to your client and get notified when the document is opened and what pages that was viewed.
  • Follow up efficiently with Email sequences – Create multiple emails and then send them automatically in a sequence to a client.

How do I get this tool?

Go to Hubspot Sales and sign up

 

Sales Tool 2 – Calendly  

Why is it so good? 

Ok, let’s schedule a meeting! And there you have it. It is just so cumbersome for both you and the client. You create 3 time slots send them to the client that doesn’t reply for two weeks and when they answer that time slot is booked for another client. Do I need to continue? Calendly solves this issue to both you and your client’s convenience.

What do I get?

  • Make it possible for clients to book a meeting with you easily – You client easily see your available time slots.
  • Automatic sync with your calendar – Automatic sync with your Office 365 or Google calendar.
  • Automatic booking –  When your client finds a time slot it is one click, fill in some information and then click OK. A meeting invite is automatically sent out and both the client and you have the meeting in your calendars.

What you get if you pay

  • More than one meeting type – With the paid version you can have several different meeting types.

How do I get this tool?

Go to calendly.com  and sign up

Daniels Tip on how to use Calendly

I have added the meeting link to all my emails to allow clients to quickly book a meeting with me. Also when I suggest meetings I ask people to go to this link calendly.com/daniel-nilsson and see what time slots that are available. Below you can see how my Calendly page.

The sales tools Daniel Nilsson from Sweden use - Calendly

 

Sales Tool 3 – Wunderlist 

Why is it so good? 

I really love this easy to use To Do list, and I love it because I have it on all my devices, it is synced and it is so easy for me to add new tasks. Below you can see an image of my Wunderlist

The sales tools Daniel Nilsson from Sweden use - Wunderlist

What do I get?

  • Add all your tasks – Keep track of all your tasks and when you need to get them done
  • Sort into groups – I have all tasks sorted into different type of groups and projects, so I better get an overview
  • Assign tasks to colleagues –  I love that I can easily assign a task to a colleague and when the task is done I get a notification on my phone and my computer.
  • Multiple devices – You can use this tool on multiple devices, making it easy to manage tasks wherever you are.

How do I get this tool?

Go to www.wunderlist.com/signup and sign up

 

Sales Tools Conclusion

I hope that you will have great use of these Sales Tools and if you have some great tips, please send me an email at info@new.daniel-one.com. Good Luck!

 

Presentation of the sales tools that speed up my sales cycle