The Sales Bloggers Union has officially launched its new blogging website, salesbloggers.com. Every two weeks, eight of the sales community’s most active voices share their thoughts on a particular sales subject. From cold calling to negotiation, learn what to do in any selling circumstance.
Do you want to give your sales team fresh ideas? A new post goes up almost every weekday from a different voice with a different point-of-view. Whether you’re selling directly to the consumer, managing sales teams, focusing on selling to big businesses, or trying to build a startup, there is something to help you improve your business and sales skills.
In addition to sharing provocative posts on how to improve your salesmanship, the Union will be e-shipping their new eBook, “How to Sell More by Reducing Risk”, on December 2nd, 2008. All you have to do to get these 12,000 words of sales education is to the salesbloggers blog by RSS or email.
“We are honored to have built a loyal readership at each of our individual sites,” says Karl Goldfield, the startup sales mentor, and one of the union members. “Now that we have combined our efforts we hope to help the entire sales community get better and better.”
What some of the greats are saying: “Salesbloggers.com is an amazing resource for sales people trying to improve their skill set. I recommend it to anyone who wants to close more business.” - Jonathan Farrington, Chairman, The Sales Corporation
“These guys all know what they are talking about and are not afraid to share. If you are not reading the posts on salesbloggers.com, you should start now before your competition gets their first.” – Jeb Blount, CEO salesgravy.com
About the Sales Bloggers Union
The Union started in June of 2008 in an effort to share ideas and improve the sales trainings and offerings of the group. Through blogging and commenting they share ideas with the sales community and work towards improving the reputation sales people have with potential buyers. The new website offers a central repository for their thoughts and an accessible place to help sales people hone their skills.
Members of the Sales Bloggers Union are:
• Brad Trnavsky, Founder of Sales Management 2.0
• Colin Wilson, Managing Director of First Border
• Ian Brodie, Founder of Lighthouse Business Consulting
• Karl Goldfield, The Startup Sales Mentor
• Nesh Thompson, Managing Director of Symvolli
• Skip Anderson, Founder of Selling to Consumers Sales Training
• Tibor Shanto, Principal at Renbor Sales Solutions, Inc.
• Tim Rohrer, The Sales and Marketing Loudmouth.