Are you looking for more non-dues revenue? More ads in your publications? More event sponsors? More conference revenue? A greater presence in the marketplace? No matter which goals you choose to focus on, Mohanna Sales Representatives will work hard to make them a reality. As your eyes, ears, and hands in the field, we will nurture the relationships that you need and bring any available sources of revenue to your attention.
MSR works closely with associations of all sizes in a variety of industries every day. In addition to selling advertising pages, we will use our decades of experience with your colleagues to develop new sources of revenue for your association. Our expertise allows us to find potential vendors, marketing tools, and untapped markets that other sales teams might overlook.
Mohanna Sales Representatives works toward revenue growth by seeking out new advertisers and helping current advertisers reach their visibility goals. We use a number of traditional and modern techniques to secure financial commitments from advertisers, but face-to-face meetings are still the foundation of our approach. The MSR sales team specializes exclusively in the association sector and is fully dedicated to hitting designated targets for digital and print media sales. An equally dedicated administrative and support staff assists our salespeople at all times.
Working with Mohanna Sales Representatives means having access to a qualified staff of administrative and support professionals who will work hard to make your job easier. We will gladly save you the trouble of chasing down ads, proofing galleries, managing your FTP sites and social media pages, and dealing with difficult advertisers. We will also follow up with advertisers to ensure that ads are in and bills are paid.
“Now I have more time and more money, to do more with our magazine, and even my Executive Director agrees that hiring Mohanna Sales Representatives was the right move.”
– The Secured Lender
“What really sets Mohanna apart however, is their ability to get in to see the senior decision-makers and develop relationships with them.”
– ABA Banking Journal