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There is a LOT to unpack here, and without knowing a lot more about your process, ideal client, the problem you're solving for them, it is hard to give a detailed and concise answer. But I'll give an "In general" one: Sales are often held up my a lack of accountability or the ability to make a ...

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Assuming each sales person is carrying a $1,000,000 quota then that works out to 2084 new users per year. That translates to an annual bonus of $125K USD on target earnings. If you are looking to motivate more sales, then I would suggest a sliding bonus structure that increases as reps sell mo...

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This is a really tough question to answer without more context. Market(s) your selling into? Vertical(s) your selling into? Average deal size? Pricing model? Competition? How long your team has been selling? Experience of the sales reps?

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To response to this question one needs to understand various other aspects of your offering , your market , your current team strengths, current stage of growth of the product as well as your current problems. I have been a SaaS sales leader for couple of products and have built and mentored thes...

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The two obvious answers are to 1) network your ass off, and 2) make sure the product blows users away in both quality and support. If you have any inroads with your sellers, go to where they are and convince them that your tool is going to make everyone's projects better. If you can't convincin...

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Most important of all: think of this from the point of view of your buyers. Make sure you are networking with your clients, rather than your competitors or peers. Learn what they want and when building your sales process don't ask yourself "what should we do next". Rather ask yourself: "what ha...

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Not easily answered without further info, best way for you to approach it would be to use comparatible service (be it shopify, attlasian, wix) and do your own market research on potential customer base as well as CVL. If you need help it would be fun to digg in, did a lot of research in this are...

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As the business or product is not described, I will answer it for a general SaaS product. Think from the reseller's point of view. Why will you try to sell it to your community (users/clients/followers). Don't think only about revenue opportunities, but opportunities at all. 1. Commissions, fir...

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There are several options available which would work for SaaS. The best one I can suggest is Referral Program. The referral program would need to have Training Documentation well defined as well as marketing material. This would allow you to pay other consultants or individuals to pipe leads or ...

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In my experience, VC's always want to know GAAP revenue because it's a way to compare apples to apples. We both know it's not perfect in that regard, and that cash is king, and they know that too, but that's the primary, standard metric. The good ones want to see both, so they really understand...

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