I'm sorry if this question is duplicated on this forum. I've tried to find something related but couldn't find exactly what I was looking for.
So from my understanding, you use "helps" instead of "help" when you have a third person on present form, and the action is right after the subject of the phrase, is that correct? (one example of its usage, not generalizing)
But for a phrase that uses the "it" in the plural form, which one is correct: "Callbacks help you to close deals..." OR "Callbacks helps you (to?) close deals..."?
Thank you very much in advance!