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When and How to Ask for a Promotion

By The Betts Team / October 28, 2019
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So you’ve been toiling away at your job for a while now and you feel stifled and root-bound. You can see opportunities for career advancement and you want in. You deserve a promotion. But before you go cap-in-hand to the boss, you need to know how to ask for a promotion. Here are some things…

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Want to Enhance Your Marketing and Sales Funnel? Hire Candidates with Cross-Functional Experience

By The Betts Team / October 23, 2019
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If you, as a manager, haven’t dealt with friction between your Sales and Marketing teams, you’re a rare case. It seems any time there’s stoppage in the marketing and sales funnel, each team starts pointing fingers at the other. Sales says the leads are useless. Marketing says Sales isn’t qualifying as many leads as they…

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Sales vs. Marketing: What to Know about Onboarding

By The Betts Team / October 17, 2019
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Did you know it costs SaaS companies an average of $97,000 every time a sales representative quits? And new salespeople are more likely to stay with a company for three years or longer if there is a formal employee onboarding process in place.    When you’re starting a new SaaS sales job, the first 90…

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Q4 2019 Has Arrived. Here’s How to Make It a Great One.

By The Betts Team / October 11, 2019
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As we stand at the beginning of the last quarter of the year, one big thought comes to mind: 2019 is almost over already? They say time flies when you’re having fun, so if you, like us, feel that the year has flown by, hopefully it means you’ve had a fulfilling and successful 2019. If…

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Is the Cover Letter Finished, or Just Evolving?

By The Betts Team / September 17, 2019
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Along with mayonnaise, department store shopping, and phone calls, there are claims that modern life has also killed job application cover letters. As specialist recruiters for sales and marketing professionals, we’re not so sure. According to surveys across the employment spectrum, 74 percent of recruiters say cover letters aren’t important and 46 percent of job…

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Writing the Ultimate Job Description for Your Next Hire

By The Betts Team / August 21, 2019
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Competition for top talent is fierce, especially in the field of technology. Whether you’re looking to hire the perfect Account Executive, Marketing Manager, or Sales Director, it’s essential to write a job description that attracts qualified candidates while deterring unqualified ones. These tips will help you write the ultimate job post.   Take a look…

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4 Tips for Hiring the Content Marketing Manager of Your Dreams

By The Betts Team / August 5, 2019
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Demand is on the rise for skilled content marketers in the SaaS space. But supply is scarce. We’ve chatted with lots of employers who report trouble filling content marketing headcount when doing their own recruiting. And with more and more companies investing in content marketing resources, there’s more and more competition for access to this…

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5 Musts for Your First Month on the Job

By The Betts Team / May 31, 2019
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Congratulations on your new job! If you’re reading this then you’ve nailed your interview, conquered your job search and you’re starting a new position.

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7 Reasons Why Your Best People Quit

By The Betts Team / October 9, 2018
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Every leader is concerned with retaining their top talent. At Betts Recruiting, we have worked with thousands of people to plan what their next move will be. The first question we ask is, “Why are you looking to leave?” Knowing this can help us better understand what they find important when looking for a new…

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Man working at desk preparing for promotion

When and How to Ask for a Promotion

October 28, 2019

So you’ve been toiling away at your job for a while now and you feel stifled and root-bound. You can see opportunities for career advancement and you want in. You deserve a promotion. But before you go cap-in-hand to the boss, you need to know how to ask for a promotion. Here are some things…

Read More
Joining hands for sales and marketing teamwork

Want to Enhance Your Marketing and Sales Funnel? Hire Candidates with Cross-Functional Experience

October 23, 2019

If you, as a manager, haven’t dealt with friction between your Sales and Marketing teams, you’re a rare case. It seems any time there’s stoppage in the marketing and sales funnel, each team starts pointing fingers at the other. Sales says the leads are useless. Marketing says Sales isn’t qualifying as many leads as they…

Read More
man in suit starting new sales or marketing job

Sales vs. Marketing: What to Know about Onboarding

October 17, 2019

Did you know it costs SaaS companies an average of $97,000 every time a sales representative quits? And new salespeople are more likely to stay with a company for three years or longer if there is a formal employee onboarding process in place.    When you’re starting a new SaaS sales job, the first 90…

Read More
Close-up of calendar for Q4 month

Q4 2019 Has Arrived. Here’s How to Make It a Great One.

October 11, 2019

As we stand at the beginning of the last quarter of the year, one big thought comes to mind: 2019 is almost over already? They say time flies when you’re having fun, so if you, like us, feel that the year has flown by, hopefully it means you’ve had a fulfilling and successful 2019. If…

Read More
Workstation with laptop, notebook, and coffee

Is the Cover Letter Finished, or Just Evolving?

September 17, 2019

Along with mayonnaise, department store shopping, and phone calls, there are claims that modern life has also killed job application cover letters. As specialist recruiters for sales and marketing professionals, we’re not so sure. According to surveys across the employment spectrum, 74 percent of recruiters say cover letters aren’t important and 46 percent of job…

Read More
Man typing on laptop computer looking at job posting

Writing the Ultimate Job Description for Your Next Hire

August 21, 2019

Competition for top talent is fierce, especially in the field of technology. Whether you’re looking to hire the perfect Account Executive, Marketing Manager, or Sales Director, it’s essential to write a job description that attracts qualified candidates while deterring unqualified ones. These tips will help you write the ultimate job post.   Take a look…

Read More
Person typing about content marketing on typewriter

4 Tips for Hiring the Content Marketing Manager of Your Dreams

August 5, 2019

Demand is on the rise for skilled content marketers in the SaaS space. But supply is scarce. We’ve chatted with lots of employers who report trouble filling content marketing headcount when doing their own recruiting. And with more and more companies investing in content marketing resources, there’s more and more competition for access to this…

Read More

5 Musts for Your First Month on the Job

May 31, 2019

Congratulations on your new job! If you’re reading this then you’ve nailed your interview, conquered your job search and you’re starting a new position.

Read More

7 Reasons Why Your Best People Quit

October 9, 2018

Every leader is concerned with retaining their top talent. At Betts Recruiting, we have worked with thousands of people to plan what their next move will be. The first question we ask is, “Why are you looking to leave?” Knowing this can help us better understand what they find important when looking for a new…

Read More