A Good Laugh from a New Sales Lead Management Cartoon Series

Posted by Dan McDade

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on Apr 12, 2011 8:32:00 AM

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At your desk and can’t make that physical change in latitude to get a change in attitude?

There’s now a virtual destination for a good sales and marketing laugh in the form of the Sales Lead Management Association’s new cartoon series. PointClear is proud to be a sponsor of the first cartoon shown here, a lighthearted look at the “bigger box” solution for handling leads.

This approach may not help with lead nurturing or ROI, but it’s fun to step back and laugh at some of the things we do in the lead management business. As Jimmy Buffet would say, “If we couldn’t laugh, we would all go insane.”

SLMA is publishing these cartons every few weeks, and they’re created by Stu Heinecke of CartoonLink. Click here if you’re interested in learning more about sponsoring a cartoon on the SLMA website.


Sales Lead Management Cartoon


By Dan McDade

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