You never know where life is going to take you and sometimes it's right into the bumper of another car. People in this audience contact potential customers and companies to offer them insurance policies. Typical behaviors include analyzing a client's current insurance plan, interviewing potential customers, and renewing policies. State Farm, Allstate, and Liberty Mutual are some popular insurance companies that this audience may be a part of.
People in this audience help clients buy, sell, and rent properties. Typical behaviors include advising customers on prices and mortgages, negotiating, and preparing documents like loyalty contracts and deeds. They may be seen Keller Williams Realty, ERA Real Estate, and Coldwell Banker.
This audience includes people who sell merchandise like clothing, groceries, and electronics to customers and companies. They typically recommend merchandise to a client, answer questions about the product, and stock shelves. They may be seen researching retailers like Macy's, Target, and Best Buy.
Safety first! Individuals in this audience are interested in selling safety and protective equipment to businesses. The PPE (personal protective equipment) they are selling may be masks, gloves, boots, suits, or other general gear.
It's all about converting those prospects for this audience. These individuals call potential customers to sell products like weight loss pills or life insurance, and are involved in a number of tasks including selling merchandise, completing orders, recording customer information, and hopefully hitting their daily quotas!
This audience is comprised of those who focus on advising potential customers regarding travel arrangements. Typical behaviors include preparing travel itineraries, booking hotel and car reservations, and calculating costs. They may be seen researching agencies like Expedia, Priceline, and BCD Travel.
"Buy for a dollar, sell for two" is the name of the game for these individuals. People in this audience focus on selling products to a bulk seller or manufacturer such as Costco, Sam's Club, or Home Depot, as they're much more interested in moving product than getting huge margins.