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Snapshot Report Grade Calculations

The Snapshot Report is a powerful tool that allows you to get to the heart of your client's online presence and reputation. To better speak to the report itself, it is useful to understand how our carefully tuned algorithm determines its grades. Overall Score The overall score is calculated by averaging the primary grades you've received in each section within the Snapshot Report. These grades are converted into numerical values: A = 4 B = 3 C = 2 D = 1 F = 0 The converted values are then summed and then divided by a perfect score (24). When a section is disabled, the overall score will adjust accordingly. Example In the above Snapshot Report, the score would be broken down as follows: Section  Grade Score Ecommerce D 1 Advertising F 0 Listings B 3 Social D 1 Reviews C 2 SEO D 1 Website D 1 Total N/A 9   Once we have the total score, 9 in the above case, we then divide it by the perfect score of 28 (4 x # of section grades, giving us the overall score for the Snapshot Report. 9/28 = 0.321 This is then rounded to the nearest whole number. In the example provided, this would be the 32% shown in the screenshot. Sections For each section in the Snapshot Report, we use the following percentile grading system: A = 90 - 100th percentile B = 75 - 89th percentile C = 50 - 74th percentile D = 30 - 49th percentile F = 0 - 29th percentile Listings The Listings grade is a reflection of your business’s online listings. Each listing source is assigned a score based on how popular the site is. For example, having an accurate listing on a popular site like Google will have a greater influence on your Listing Score. The Listings grade is determined by the percentile range your business falls into when compared to other businesses in the same industry. Example: This business was in the top 25% compared to other businesses in the same industry, so therefore it was graded at a B.  Reviews We first calculate the scores for each subsection contained under the Reviews heading. We then take those combined scores and divide them into the maximum possible score. Example: The above business's grades are broken down as follows: Reviews Found | Top 50% = C Reviews Found Per Month | Top 50% = C Average Review Score | Top 50% = C # of Review Sources | Top 50% = C If we convert these to point values, we have 2, 2, 2, and 2. Adding these together gives a total point value of 8. Since there are 4 sub-grades, we would divide this by 4 which gives us a score of 2, resulting in an overall grade of C. Social We first calculate the grades for each subsection under the Social heading. From there, we convert those scores to numerical values, then divide them by the total number of grades available. Example: The above account has Facebook, X, and Instagram enabled on their Snapshot Report. Their subsections (Likes, Average Posts / Month, etc.) are calculated using the same method as other sections. Facebook has ratings of C, C, C, and F. Converting these to numerical gives us 2, 2, 2, and 0 = 6/4 = 1.5 = D X was not found, equalling a grade of F.   Instagram has two B ratings, giving us 3, and 3 = 6/2 = 3 = B.    If we take the letter grade for each social site, we get Facebook = D (1), X = F (0), Instagram = B (3)  Total = 4/# of grades 4/3 = 1.3 = D grade overall    Website We use Google's PageSpeed Insights to analyze websites for the Snapshot Report. The Website section is comprised of three separate subsections. The grades from each of these are added together, then divided by the total number of grades available. We will break down these sections below. Example: In the above report, the website has received the following grades: Mobile - F Desktop - F Homepage Content - B These convert to scores of 0, 0, and 3 respectively. Adding these together, we get a total of 3. If we divide this by 3 (the number of sections available), we receive a value of 1, which gives us a total grade of D. Note: PageSpeed scores can vary as they are estimates of the website's performance and not exact numbers. Many factors can influence the performance such as internet traffic, the types of ads being served, the type of device being used, and antivirus software.    Mobile Google's PageSpeed Insights scores both your speed and UX scores. We combine these scores, then compare the business to its industry percentiles to retrieve the Mobile grade. Desktop For the Desktop score, we take your Google PageSpeed Insights score (out of 100) and compare it to the industry percentiles. Homepage Content Each line within the Homepage Content subsection is given point values based on if the element is or is not detected. We add these scores together, then compare these to the industry percentiles. Ecommerce This section breaks down 4 important categories that are relevant when it comes to eCommerce: Online storefront - This checks to see if your prospect has the ability to sell their products/services through their website using a recognized commerce platform. Online payments - This checks to see if your prospect is able to accept transactions through their site using recognized payment software.  Lead engagement - This scan's the prospects' website to see if it is set up to properly engage customers with relevant content, encouraging them to either move down the sales funnel or purchase from them again.  Online scheduler - This crawls the prospect's website to see if they have included any scheduling software that makes it easy for customers to book an appointment with the business.  This grade is weighted to match the insights of sales professionals, giving you a score that helps you focus on the areas that matter most. These areas are weighted as follows: Online storefront = highOnline payments = mediumLead engagement = low Advertising & SEO The SEO and Advertising sections are backed by a deep catalog of keywords. Every month, we run millions of searches for these keywords, then take the top 50 organic results and the top 2 pages of ads and save those to our database. From there, we use those results to calculate the following: Advertising: Estimated cost per click = Estimated monthly ad budget / Estimated monthly paid clicks SEO: Estimated value per click = Estimated monthly value of clicks / Estimated monthly clicks It is important to stress that these are estimates and may not always accurately reflect the actual value of those clicks. For more information on the Advertising section, check out this article. Local SEO  The local SEO subsection score is based on where the business appears in the search results for each of the vicinities (9 each for near me and city).  1st = A 2nd or 3rd = B 4th - 20th = C 21st - 100th = D  Outside top 100 = F  The grade is then combined with the value per click grade to get the overall section grade.  Note: We are unable to perform localized searches. We search from a centralized location, so if the business you are targeting has ads set up for only their local area, you may not see results. For more information on the SEO section, check out this article.
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'Snapshot Report Grades' dynamic component for email marketing

The 'Snapshot Report Grades' dynamic component displays your prospects' Snapshot Report grades in personalized email marketing campaigns. You can use this component to identify gaps in your prospects' online marketing performance and present valuable solutions.  How does the 'Snapshot Report Grades' Dynamic Component work? To add the Snapshot Report Grades dynamic component to email campaigns: From the Create Email page of the Campaign Builder, select Insert Dynamic Component Select Snapshot Report Select the Snapshot Grade you would like to include in the email. You can select: Grade Review Grade Social Grade Listings Grade Website  Grade Advertising Grade eCommerce Grade SEO  Preview the email by clicking Preview in the top right-hand corner of the page. When the email looks right, click Save. For more information, refer to the instructions in this article: Add dynamic components to email campaigns  
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Adding packages to your Snapshot Reports

As a visual representation of online performance, Snapshot Reports can be an effective way to engage with your clients. As they actively take in the details of the report, it's a great opportunity to encourage them to take specific actions, such as contacting their assigned salesperson or to schedule a meeting. In addition, we've given you the ability to direct your clients straight to the packages and services you offer. This is a great way to draw their attention to your solutions without having to go through a salesperson, and is ideal if you offer any free versions as they'll be able to use them almost immediately.  Adding packages from Partner Center To enable package call-to-actions within the Snapshot Report from Partner Center, go to Administration > Customize > Sales > Edit Default Snapshot Template. Locate the specific section you'd like to enable a package for. Scroll down to the bottom of that section until you see Edit Message. Below the call-to-action button, click Edit primary button. Here you can change the button text and where it directs your clients. Select Package, and with the drop down menu choose the specific  package you'd like your client's to click through to. Note: You can only add packages and services that have been added to your store from the marketplace.  Click Save, and from now on when a Snapshot Report is run in either Partner Center or Sales & Success Center, that button will take the client to the selected package or service.  Adding packages from Sales & Success Center We've also given salespeople the ability to add packages, so if they want to tailor a particular prospect's Snapshot Report to their specific needs, they can.  Note: While you can change an entire Snapshot template from Partner Center, salespeople can only change one report at a time.  For a salesperson to customize a client's Snapshot report, they'll need to log in to their Sales & Success Center account.  Once logged in, they'll need to locate the account in question and open up their Snapshot Report. This can be done either from the manage accounts page or within the account itself.  Once they've accessed the specific Snapshot Report, the process is identical to the steps taken in Partner Center.  Locate the specific section you want to add the package to and find Edit Message at the bottom. Below the call-to-action button, click Edit primary button. Select Packages, and choose the package you'd like the button to direct the client to. Click Save. Note: Similar to adding packages in Partner Center, salespeople can only add packages and services that you've currently made available in your store.  And with that, once a client clicks that button within the Snapshot Report, they'll be taken directly to the service or package you've selected, allowing them quicker access to your solutions. 
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Social Profiles in the Snapshot Report

To update the Social Profiles that the Snapshot Report has pulled in: From Sales & Success Center: Log in to Sales & Success Center  Search for the name of the account and click the business name. Scroll down on the page and click the Edit icon on the General Info card. Next, click the Social tab at the top and under Business Pages add or update the social URLs in their respective fields. Click Save. This can also be done through Partner Center by navigating to Accounts > Manage Accounts > Select Account > Edit > Social. 
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Snapshot Report: Instagram Assessment

The Snapshot Report allows your Salespeople to see how their prospects are doing on Instagram! Instagram for business isn’t just a “nice-to-have.” Instagram helps businesses generate brand awareness, attract new customers, boost customer satisfaction, and much more. With an Instagram needs assessment built right into the Snapshot Report, your salespeople can uncover previously undiscovered needs and then prescribe social solutions like Social Marketing or Concierge. How does it the Instagram assessment work? When your salespeople create a Snapshot Report, the platform automatically assesses the prospect’s profile on Instagram. Under the Social section of the report, your salespeople will then see how the prospect compares to the industry in terms of the number of followers and posts. If the platform couldn’t find a profile, that means either the prospect doesn’t have one or the one they have needs improvement. Either way, they’ll need your help to get found! The prospect’s Instagram performance is factored into their Social grade, much like Facebook and X.
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What is reported in the Social section of the Snapshot Report?

The Social section of the Snapshot report displays information about your business's Facebook, X, and Instagram pages.
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How to edit the banners in the Snapshot Report

You can edit the banners in the Snapshot Report in Partner Center > Administration > Customize > Sales > Snapshot Banner.
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How long does a Snapshot Report take to be ready and when is best to present it?

We recommend that you wait for a minimum of 24 hours before viewing the Snapshot Report. The reason behind this is that we scan the internet for a business's information, reporting how it stack up in various online directories.  To find the digital presence of a prospect, we crawl online listing sources for their business. We then match the information we find with what is entered into our platform (along with any potential variations) to identify which citations belong to that prospect.  This process can take up to 24 hours because we conduct all these searches at the same to ensure those listing sources don't identify us as malicious software and block our access. This primarily impacts the listing and review section. The report will continue to look for data from the many available sources for up to 7 days. The most accurate time to present would be at the 7-day mark. 
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Where does the Snapshot Report find the organic SEO Keywords?

The organic SEO Keywords found in the Snapshot Report are pulled from the metadata of the business's website. The Snapshot Report will display five organic search terms that the business is currently ranking for on Google (within the past month).  
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How can I create a sample Snapshot Report?

In Partner Center > Navigate to the Administration tab > click on Customize. Go to Sales > click on 'Edit Default Snapshot Template'. Click on 'View Report'. If you'd like to download a sample copy, click on the printer icon > save as pdf.* This feature might be limited to paid subscription tiers
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Platform overview

What if you had your own branded end-to-end commerce platform that empowered you to scale sales, marketing, fulfillment, and operations better than you could ever imagine? As you watch the video below, ask yourself: how could these features accelerate my business? The platform has 4 environments One for you, one for your salespeople, one for your customers, and one for fulfillment. Together, they empower you to provide products and services to local businesses. Some features listed below are not available with the Free and Startup plans. Learn more Partner Center is for your business In Partner Center, you can: Customize your branding and settings Manage your prospects and customers Set up your products and services Build your online store Publish and track marketing campaigns Manage your salespeople Manage your billing Manage your customers' products, services, and credentials All admins can access Partner Center via partners.vendasta.com. Partner Center isn't white-labeled, and the URL isn't customizable. Sales & Success Center is for your salespeople Please Note: Sales & Success Center is no longer available to new Partners. CRM management can now be done through Partner Center!  In Sales & Success Center, you and your salespeople can: Create prospects and Snapshot Reports Send email marketing campaigns Identify hot leads and track communications Move prospects through the sales pipeline Showcase all your product and service features All salespeople can access the Sales & Success Center from a URL that’s unique to your agency. You can find your URL below the title on the Sales > Salespeople tab in Partner Center. The Essentials, Growth, and Scale plans include the ability to customize this domain. To give your salespeople access to the Sales & Success Center, you’ll need to create salesperson credentials for them.  Business App is for your customers In Business App, your prospects and customers can: Receive updates about key businesses metrics Access the products they’ve purchased Browse products and services in your online store View proof-of-performance reports Your customers can access Business App from a URL that’s unique to your agency. You can find your URL below the title on the Accounts > Manage Users tab in Partner Center. The Growth and Scale plans include the ability to customize this domain. To give your customers access to Business App, you’ll need to create user credentials for them. Alternatively, prospects can access Business App for free from a Snapshot Report. Task Manager is for fulfillment In Task Manager, you and your fulfillment team can: Update listings Respond to reviews Respond to mentions Create social posts Engage with leads Onboard new customers Complete custom tasks Your fulfillment team can access Task Manager from https://task-manager.biz/login/ To give your team access to Task Manager, you’ll need to create user credentials for them.    View Getting Started Guide
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Why is the trial version of Reputation Management getting activated on new accounts?

The most likely reason for this is that the account had a Snapshot Report created on it, which activates the trial version of Reputation Management for 7 days. Please bear in mind that this is free and no charges are incurred while the trial is on. The Snapshot report is dependent on Reputation Management to populate some of the data required for the report.
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Create an Acquisition Widget

To create an Acquisition Widget: Go to Partner Center > Marketing > Acquisition Widgets. Click Create Widget in the upper right corner of the screen. From this point, creating a widget involves 3 steps: Configure, Design, and Embed. Configure Fill in the form: Widget Name Market Assigned salespeople The campaign that will be sent to new leads Confirmation Landing Page URL Set any tags to be applied to the new accounts Select whether the widget should create a Snapshot Report for new leads (toggle this option on/off). Select whether the widget should be enabled (toggle this option on/off). You can also enable/disable the widget at a later time. Select any products that should be activated automatically for new leads. Click Save and continue. Design Tailor the widget to the design of your website. Once it appears how you'd like, click Save and continue. Embed Copy your widget embed code, then click Finish. Paste the embed code into your website's HTML to embed the widget on relevant pages throughout your website. Tip: Create dedicated landing pages for the Acquisition Widget and link to it from advertising campaigns, social posts, blog posts, and email signatures. When a lead submits their information through the widget, the widget will notify the assigned salespeople so they can get in touch with the lead ASAP. Simultaneously, a new Snapshot Report will be created, the lead will be added to the customer acquisition campaign of your choice, and/or products will be activated, depending on your configuration.   Create a widget
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Email Builder - Overview

Email Builder allows you to design engaging emails that look great on any device. The Email Builder inside the Partner Center gives you the ease and speed to build eye-catching personalized and customized emails on the go that will drive user engagement. The world-class sales intelligence Vendasta offers with tools like the Snapshot Report are perfect for utilizing in email campaigns, but it's hard to know how these emails will be seen when upwards of 80% of emails are opened on a mobile device. With the email builder you can quickly create an effective email campaign utilizing all the data points available in Vendasta while optimizing it for a variety of devices with instant visual feedback.  Why is Email Builder important? The world-class sales intelligence Vendasta offers with tools like the Snapshot Report are perfect for utilizing in email campaigns, but it's hard to know how these emails will be seen when upwards of 80% of emails are opened on a mobile device. With the email builder you can quickly create an effective email campaign utilizing all the data points available in Vendasta while optimizing it for a variety of devices with instant visual feedback.  How does it work? Accessing the email builder When creating an email campaign, click "Create new email" to be taken into the email builder. Customize Logo Use this feature to hide or customize the logo for each email you design in the campaign. The logo can be hidden or changed for each different email inside the drip campaigns. This will allow for more personalized content to go out. The logo customization block will also allow adding any URLs to which the users can be directed upon clicking on the logo. Using content blocks All email content is placed in content "blocks." Email Builder gives you multiple blocks that you can just click and add. The blocks determine what kind of content can be entered as well as the styling and editing options that are available to you. Click "+Add new block" to start building your email.  After creating a content block, the blocks can be dragged and dropped to re-order the content.   Click "Preview" in the top right-hand corner to check out your email!    Render Email In Different Devices Not only can you see the changes and every cool thing that you add to personalize your email in real-time, but you can now see in real-time how your email will appear on different devices with the click of a button. Many Other Exciting Features! Rendering Images or texts side by side: Email Builder powers the capability to render the block of images and texts side by side just with a simple click and selection to build engaging email content. Changing background and text color: You get many options to change the color for the text, title, subtitle, links, footer text, content background, and page background.  Customizable button: Choose the colors, link to a URL, customize button text, and put a dynamic component in a button, and all of this with a simple selection. Tables: You can also add simple tables to arrange any data in the email for making the email more intuitive.  Contact Card: Personalize your email with a personal reference with a personalized image and more details and optional fields to add. Current Limitations of Email Builder Emails built in the legacy Email Builder can not be edited in the new Email Builder and vice-versa Emails that have been started in the legacy builder can not be switched in the middle to continue building in the new Email Builder and vice versa.  
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Levels of access

Vendasta's Platform has four levels of access, each with its own login. Administrators Administrators, or admins, are top-level users designed to manage all aspects of their Vendasta experience. They are given access to the powerful Partner Center dashboard, enabling them to efficiently manage their clients. They have the ultimate control when it comes to tailoring how salespeople and users access the platform, as well as what features are available to them. With full permissions, an admin can perform the following: Can view and edit automations Access to dashboard Can manage company billing Able to customize platform Can view and edit company profile Can access marketplace Can enable products Can manage accounts and users Can manage marketing Can manage sales Can manage task manager Can manage groups Can create and manage admins Can manage orders Can manage retail billing You can customize each admin to have access to specific features by altering their permissions. You can also configure separate sets of permissions to manage Contact, Company and Activities in CRM under the “CRM access” section. * Please note that certain features may be limited to partners on select subscription levels. Salespeople Salespeople have mid-level access to the platform. They are the primary representatives your clients will communicate with. This allows your salespeople to accomplish the following: Manage contacts, companies, and activities* Create and manage opportunities Create, refresh, and configure Snapshot Reports Launch email campaigns Create and manage tasks Log calls, emails, meetings, and other sales activity Create and submit orders for admin or customer approval Add account notes Schedule Meetings   The URL for the Partner Center can be customized. Find out more here. *Can be configured individually under the “CRM access” sections. Users Users have low-level access. They are given access to Business App, allowing them to do the following: View their business' recent activity View their Executive Report Access and order products Browse the store and make Purchases Configure their customer List Schedule Meetings Edit their Business Profile Configure notification settings Add notification recipients The URL for Business App can be customized. To view the current URL users can use to access Business App, navigate to Partner Center > Businesses > Users. It will be displayed at the top of the page. Digital Agents Digital Agents have access to Task Manager, allowing them to do the following: View all fulfillment tasks and projects for their customers. Filter tasks to view only tasks and projects assigned to them. Create tasks and projects. Edit task and project statuses. Update fulfillment notes. Create recurring tasks and projects. Create project templates. Assign accounts, tasks, and projects to Digital Agents. To view the login URL for Task Manager, navigate to Partner Center > Tasks > Users.
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Account Creation - Why is the business not appearing in the search bar?

When one of your customers creates an account from your Store, we leverage Google Search to quickly and easily gather their business information. If the 'Create Account' search bar is not finding the business you are searching for, it's most likely because it's a "Service Area Business (SAB)". Service area businesses do not show up on the account creation page due to a limitation with the Google API that powers our listing search. To have the Google listing pulled into the Snapshot Report, please connect it directly in Reputation Management.  You can add the business manually by clicking 'Skip to Account Creation'.
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How often are Core Web Vitals updated by Google?

Core Web Vitals are a set of real-world, user-centred metrics that can help to quantify key factors of a user's experience. They focus on three areas: speed, responsiveness, and visual stability. Google combines these factors in determining search ranking as they help provide a holistic picture of page experience.   The Core Web Vitals data is collected and updated every 28 days. This means that the scores reported on the Snapshot report are what Google measured in the previous 28 days. So if recent changes have been made to improve these scores, they will not be reflected immediately.    
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Inbox: Customer Voice Review Request Links

Users of the Business App Inbox can easily access their review request links from Customer Voice when composing messages. Why is it important? With Customer Voice now available in Inbox Messages, local businesses have the flexibility to send a review request from their Inbox to their customers to help boost the business’s online reputation. How does it work? Go to Business App > Click Inbox Messages > Open an existing conversation or create a new message. Click on the review icon displayed below the message composer, and a list of available review request links will appear. Select the preferred review link you want to insert in the message composer Things to Note Customer Voice Pro will provide all review links available. If no review links are available, you’ll see an error message: “No review links found. However, you can configure links in Customer Voice." If the Customer Voice product has been white-labeled, the custom name and icon will be used. Who has access to it? This feature is available to active accounts with Customer Voice Standard or Pro and at least one review link configured in Customer Voice. Examples of review links are: The user account has a Snapshot Report. User logs in to Local SEO. The user has access to Reputation Management Standard or Pro enabled. FAQ Q: Does this feature use the changed (white-label) product icon and name that has been set for Customer Voice? A: Yes. If the Customer Voice product icon and or name have been customized, this feature will show correctly.
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Consult your hot leads

When a prospect interacts with an email campaign, the Snapshot Report, your Store, or an Acquisition Widget, you’ll receive an email that states, “You’ve got a new hot lead!” That means it’s time to get in touch with your prospect! Follow these steps to identify hot leads, and then prepare, schedule, and deliver your presentation. Identify hot leads When a prospect might be interested in your products, flame icons   will appear beside their account in Sales & Success Center—this is a hot lead. The following actions trigger hot leads: Prospect viewed the Snapshot Report. Prospect opened a campaign email (excludes product adoption campaigns). Prospect clicked through a campaign email (excludes product adoption campaigns). Prospect submitted their information through an Acquisition Widget. Prospect viewed a product or package landing page. Prospect clicked Get It Now on a product or package landing page. Prospect was active in Business App. (Includes connecting social accounts.) Hot leads will display up to three flame icons. There are two factors that determine the number of flames: The depth of the prospect’s engagement. How recent the prospect’s engagement was. Therefore, a prospect who submitted their contact information through an Acquisition Widget today would generate more flames than a prospect who opened an email three days ago. In short: the more flames there are, the greater your chances of a close. To drastically increase your chances of closing the deal, follow up with hot leads immediately. Prepare for the first call Every business has unique pain points—learn about the business ahead of time to deliver a personalized pitch. This will help you build trust and rapport. To prepare for your first contact: Click the View Activity button in the aforementioned hot lead email. This goes to the History screen for that account in Sales & Success Center. Review the prospect’s activity to see what action they took and where. For example, “jsmith@example.com clicked through email: Social”. This information will help you start the conversation with your prospect. Review the prospect’s Snapshot Report. Research more about the business. Google their business name to see what you can find—one search can provide a lot of insight! Qualify your prospect and book the presentation It’s time to get on the phone. Use the first call to determine if your prospect is the right fit for your agency. Ask questions that are applicable to the prospect you’re speaking with and listen attentively to their answers. Listening is the most important part—you can’t determine fit if you do all the talking! A qualification call should last 10-15 minutes, depending on the complexity of the prospect’s pain points. Follow these tips: Introduce yourself: Explain the reason for your call. If your prospect seems uninterested, try asking more qualifying questions. Build rapport: Take your salesperson hat off for a bit and have a conversation. Speak about their recent milestones, awards, news stories, etc. Be a resource: Highlight relevant content pieces that might help your prospect. You want the prospect to see you as a trusted consultant. Get the prospect to open up: Ask qualifying questions to better understand their business and why they’re showing interest. Avoid interrogation. Provide your positioning statement: Use a positioning statement to show your prospect that you understand their challenges. Dig deeper: Show empathy and that you are a trusted consultant that may be able to help. Ask more qualifying questions about their pain points and challenges. Share a relevant story: Share a story about how you’ve helped similar companies solve their pain point. Set up presentation/follow-up call: Gently nudge them in the direction you want: to schedule a presentation, or to set up a follow-up call if a presentation doesn’t fit at this time. Review these resources to perfect your pitch You’ve scheduled the presentation and now you have some time to strengthen your pitch. Use the Resources tab in Sales & Success Center to learn more about the products and packages you sell. You’ll find handy resources like sales presentations, scripts, and case studies for each product. You might also benefit from these webinar recordings: How to Prospect Perfecting Your Pitch First Contact, Follow-up, and Closing Building Trust in Prospects Dealing With Objections Deliver your presentation The day has arrived—it’s time to make your pitch. Before the call, equip yourself with the sales tool(s) of your choice: The prospect’s Snapshot Report. The street-level sales deck and script. Sales materials from the Resources tab in Sales & Success Center. A product to demo live (Standard products, etc.)  
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Partner Center Overview

Partner Center is your gateway to Vendasta's powerful platform. From the home page in Partner Center: Select the “Get Started” button to find a checklist for some of the first, important actions that should be taken upon starting with the platform.  Scroll through the carousel to watch the “What’s New” video, and see other important notices from Vendasta. See important updates like new accounts added, and Snapshot Reports created right from the home page. In Partner Center, you can… Manage your client accounts Manage users Start selling and activating products Set up your store Manage other admins Configure multi-location groups* Publish and track marketing campaigns* Create Acquisition Widgets* Manage orders* Manage salespeople and sales teams* Manage fulfillment services for multiple clients with Task Manager* Customize your branding* * Certain features may only be available on select subscription levels. All admins can access Partner Center via partners.vendasta.com.  If you're new to the platform, we highly recommend following our Getting Started Guides and taking courses in the Vendasta Academy. 
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