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Our Top 24 Free SaaS Brands Picks

Native cloud software is here to stay, and a surprisingly large number of software as a service (SaaS) offerings are free. Free SaaS applications can be invaluable, especially if you need to solve a problem in a hurry. In fact, many free SaaS applications are outstanding tools to increase productivity, address business challenges, and make it easier to work remotely, which is extremely useful with more employees working from home thanks to the coronavirus.

There are free SaaS solutions for almost every business need. We have collected a few of the most popular SaaS tools with free offers:

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How to Avoid the Quarantine 15

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an incredible amount of disruption in our day-to-day lives. More of us are working from home, the gyms are closed, and summer travel plans have been put on hold. Meanwhile, we’re all experiencing plenty of newfound stress.

All of these changes have had a rapid and profound impact on our lives—and for many of us, our waistlines. A WebMD survey found that 47 percent of female respondents said they have experienced quarantine-related weight gain. For men, that number was 22 percent. 

But your new work-from-home schedule doesn’t have to equate to a more sedentary lifestyle. Here, we explore some of the top ways to avoid “the quarantine 15” while still leaving plenty of time to excel at your sales job.

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Why Brand Reputation Is So Important to Your Growth in Uncertain Times

Times of uncertainty present challenges to all of us, but they also present new opportunities. During a crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone is anxious about their health, their family, their job, their company, and the future. 

No one can predict what’s coming, but you can help secure your company’s future by solidifying your brand reputation. It’s an excellent time to build brand recognition and customer loyalty.

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How to Reset Your Sales Strategy During or After a Crisis

As many companies struggle to stay afloat during the COVID-19 crisis, it’s not surprising that sales are down in a range of industries. Even as states begin to reopen certain segments of their economies, much remains uncertain. Understandably, many sales professionals are unsure how to keep selling during and after this crisis. 

A global pandemic, a recession, or any other widespread crisis is not the time for a business-as-usual sales approach. Instead, it’s a chance to take stock of your challenges and opportunities, and reset your sales strategy to address the situation at hand.

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How Our Sales Teams Continue to Deliver Results During COVID-19

As many economies around the globe have slowed because of COVID-19, businesses are working to adapt quickly until the worst of the pandemic is over. 

In many industries, sales have fallen as both consumers and businesses have cut back on spending. One study found that of the businesses seeing decreases in their sales pipeline, 64 percent are reporting moderate decreases and 16 percent are reporting significant decreases. The top reasons for shrinking sales opportunities are canceled events, travel restrictions that have eliminated face-to-face meetings, and new work-from-home requirements.

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Outsourcing Part of Your Sales Can Help Cut Costs in a Crisis

The coronavirus crisis has had a profound impact on businesses of every size. The U.S. economy shrank an estimated 4.8 percent in the first quarter of the year, and losses in the second quarter may be even worse. Across every industry, companies are looking for ways to minimize costs in an attempt to keep their businesses running successfully.

Even in the midst of a crisis as unprecedented as COVID-19, sales and lead generation are essential. In fact, as recently as 2016, 85 percent of organizations said lead generation was their top priority. And as we start to gradually pull out of this economic downturn, it is important for your sales pipeline to be intact so that the business can return with energy and a solid plan.

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How to Structure a Work-from-Home Sales Team

Agility is the key to sales success, so when a pandemic hits, you have to be prepared to change the way your sales team operates. Because of the global COVID-19 crisis, most businesses have closed their offices and are encouraging people to work from home, including their sales teams. Maybe it’s time to consider how you are going to restructure your insides sales and prepare to manage your work-from-home sales team.

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How to Empower Your Sales Team From Home

The coronavirus pandemic has sent shockwaves across the country, grinding our economy to a standstill and forcing many employees to work from home. In these unprecedented times, establishing a new routine with your sales team can feel challenging. But rest assured: They need your leadership right now. 

Although this crisis has put many industries on hold, others are still as busy as they were before it, in some cases, more busy. In the midst of all this stress and confusion, your team may very well be expected to keep making sales calls, focusing on Customer Success, and hitting their numbers. If that’s the case, then they are likely craving clear, confident guidance to help establish some sense of normalcy—and inspire them to keep up the great work

Here, we explore five ways to empower your sales team from home:

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How to Reach Out to Sales Partners During a Crisis

The COVID-19 crisis is something we have never seen before, and it is affecting every business across the globe. Operations are far from normal, and in many locations, businesses have closed their doors and asked employees to work from home. 

Your channel partners are being affected as well. Deals that were in the pipeline have paused, stakeholders are in a new work environment (WFH), budgets are now uncertain, and everyone is taking a deep breath, waiting to see what comes next.

With normal business on pause, now is the time to step up channel support and strengthen your partner relationships so we can all weather the crisis.

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Why a Customer Success Team Is Essential During a Crisis

With the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire world has had to change the way it conducts business virtually overnight. Shelter-in-place orders have been issued in states across the U.S., and businesses are encouraging their people to work from home. This is the time when your Customer Success team really needs to step up to reassure customers and keep the revenue coming in.

If you don’t already have a Customer Success team in place, then you should seriously consider creating one. Unlike customer support, which is reactive following a sale, the Customer Success team is proactive, working with customers to understand their business needs and help them to achieve their business goals.

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