Sales and Sales Management Blog

November 26, 2010

Won’t You Please, Please Help Me?

Filed under: Uncategorized — Paul McCord @ 11:55 am
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OK, maybe you’re not old enough to remember the Beatles lyrics to “Help,” but just like the Beatles, I need your help.

The Annual Top Sales Awards winners will be announced on December 16.  Between now and then you can vote for your favorites in 10 categories:

Top Sales Personality—nominees are Gerhard Gschwandtner, Jill Konrath, and Jeffrey Gitomer

Top Sales Book—10 nominees including Konrath, Art Sobczak, Anne Miller, Jeb Blount, Michael Johnson, Brett Clay, Craig Ellias and Tibor Shanto, Joe Sweeney, Eric Taylor, and myself

Top Sales Article—12 nominees including Gil Cargill, Kelley Robertson, Dave Brock, Joanne Black, Diane Helbig, Dan Waldschmidt, myself and 5 others

Top Sales Star—6 top salespeople—you have to read their bios

Top Sales Blog—10 nominees including Charlie Green, Ian Brodie, Dave Brock, Jill Konrath, Wendy Weiss, myself and 4 others

Top Sales Resource—10 nominees including Sales HQ, CanDoGo, Changing Minds, Sales Gravy, and 5 others

Top Sales 2.0 Solution—10 nominees including iSell, Jigsaw, IntroMojo, InsideView, PeopleMaps, and 5 others

Top Sales Tool—10 nominees including Whiteboard Selling, TimeTrade, Echosign, SalesCallPlanner and 6 others

Top Social Media Site—10 nominees including Twitter, Facebook, Bizsugar, Focus, YouTube, and 5 others

Top CRM Solution—10 nominees including Landslide, SugarCRM, Salesforce, Salesbloom, and 6 others

10 categories—all needing you to give your opinion.  And you can vote here.

Now to the important stuff—I’m nominated in three categories:

Bust Your Slump is nominated in the category of Top Sales Book.

The Sales and Sales Management Blog is nominated in the category of Top Sales Blog

One of my articles, “Sales Call Reports—Are They Worth the Hassle?” is nominated in the category of Top Sales Article.

I need your votes.  Should I be nominated in all of these categories—or in any category for that matter?  Probably not.  In fact, considering there are so many great books, blogs, and articles from this year, an argument can be made that none of the nominees should have been nominated.

Having said that, I need your vote.  Better yet, vote for me if you think I’m one of the top in the category or vote for your favorite. 

I’d very much appreciate your vote; I want you to vote no matter who you vote for.

So, head over Top Sales Awards and spend a few minutes voting—and remember, you only need to remember one name when you’re there

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