Sales and Sales Management Blog

October 20, 2010

3 Sales Resources Well Worth Taking a Look At

Filed under: sales,Sales Resources,selling,small business — Paul McCord @ 4:27 pm
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There are a ton of great resources on the net for salespeople and companies.  In fact, there are so many it’s hard to keep track of ‘em.  Let me point out three (one self-serving) that I think are worth your time:

  1. My friend Paul Castain of is top notch on helping sellers learn how to really get value out of social media.  His blog is right on the money—and funny to boot; his observations sharp; and his free stuff worth every penny and more.Recently he published a new ditty called “How to Become More Visible to Your Network.”  It is 25 ways to really build some relationships with those people you meet whether in the real world or your virtual business worlk.  Valuable, valuable ebook. 

    Get your free copy here.
  2. Do you or your company do webinars whether free or paid?  If you do you need to try out Webinar Box Office from Webfishery.  Webinar Box Office claims to promote your upcoming webinar on more than 250 social media sites—for FREE.  Their webinar database is searchable by subject and promoted on Facebook, Twitter, and others. Worth a try. 

    List your webinar HERE

  3. Roger Bauer interviewed me about how to reignite your sales.  You can find the interview at the Bauer Pauer Hauer HERE.  You’ll learn the three things you must do to get your sales going again; the biggest mistake salespeople and managers are making right now; how to get a ton of referrals almost overnight; and much more.

 I know everyone is busy but I think each of these is worth taking a few minutes to take a look at. 


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