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“Please take me off your email list”

The Toughest Job in OOH Advertising

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Please take me off your email list


Doug
 Cordova is  VP of Business Development & Sales
at EnPlay Media

 

 

‘Please take me off your email list.’ To hear Doug Cordova repeat that comment, it nearly sounds like a challenge or rite of passage. And perhaps it is. Doug Cordova understands the toughest sales task in OOH. Doug does not sell OOH. Doug sells, correction, Doug convinces his prospective clients that he and his team are the best in representing their OOH interests.
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Doug shared details from his LinkedIn profile. Doug’s story is a familiar one every sales person hears and is a constant in the specific line of OOH Doug is in; developing new business for his agency, EnPlay Media. 

Doug continues, “After 6 personally curated emails, a few voicemails and marketing material specifically made for this opportunity (over a 5 month period), this was my feedback.”

something I still deal with on a weekly basis and I wouldn’t have it any other way

“I have been selling for 15+ years. I have worked my way up from a sales account executive who was given 3 month’s to prove he can sell, to a Vice President of Business Development & Sales. I have had success in the start-up world and with billion dollar organizations. I have had the opportunity to connect with some of the most amazing people in my industry, have lunch with self made billionaires and learn from some of the best. I have built a network today that I didn’t even think was possible 5-7 years ago. Yet that response, is something I still deal with on a weekly basis and I wouldn’t have it any other way.”

Rejection, if used properly, can make you stronger and more determined.

“I have expressed this over a variety of different posts, comments, published articles and more, on how important it is to never stray to far from what got you to where you are. To always understand what the daily grind is like and to keep your skill set as sharp as it can always be. Rejection, if used properly, can make you stronger and more determined.”

“P.S. – I will 100% close this client before year end.”

We are confident Doug Cordova will close that client and many more. 

 

 

 

 

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