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Who do you guys think would be better at their respective job?

Sellers vs Marketers
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Kinonez
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WR Enthusiast
Sales reps are trained in marketing, but not every in marketing can make a sale.
CoorsKing
WR Officer
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King of the Coors Knights
A shitty rep still understands the market and more or less how to communicate to prospects. A marketer would have an aneurysm the first time they have to go through legal/procurement, the first time they have to make a cold call, and the first time they get ghosted (at a minimum).Β 

I am not sure how many aneurysms it is possible to survive consecutively, but my money is on the shitty rep in this scenario.
Businesscasual
Opinionated
+1
Account Executive
The best marketer would send every lead to a webinar and then wonder why they didn’t close anything at the end of the month
GDO
Politicker
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BDM
Haha, this got me.Β 

problably thinks getting people to follow the webinar is closing πŸ˜…
TheRealVladimirPutin
Opinionated
+5
AE
Our marketing department is trying to get every AE to use a sequence pushing prospects to a webinar. Very frustrating.
TheRealVladimirPutin
Opinionated
+5
AE
The worst sales rep would do well. They can bring in 3 intern attendees to a webinar that have no authority to buy anything ever, and experience no consequences or ramifications for the lack of performance. They pull that shit in sales and they're PIP'd out very quickly.
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I just quit my job after 3+ years of buying the dream "tHiS rOle WiLl bE gReaT foR yOur dEveLopMenT"... Feels good so just thought I'd share
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Are you passively/actively job hunting, or do you feel content with the path ahead of you in your current company?
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Pensions or Job hopping
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