Oakville, ON (PRWEB) December 19, 2006
Back in the days before mouse pads and flat screens, when someone wanted to find information fast, they usually turned to an encyclopedia for help. Today technology offers up the on-line version of that valued friend in a varied mix of "opedia" sites. Finally, there is one dedicated to anything and everything related to sales: Salesopedia.com. This brand new website is loaded with the most extensive glossary of sales definitions found anywhere on the web.
At Salesopedia you will find a wide variety of articles covering hundreds of topics by respected names like Brian Tracy and Nido Qubein, among others. A meticulously researched and categorized Links section makes sourcing other websites simple and easy. The Videos category offers valuable personal development resources and includes some very funny clips from yesteryear.
One of the most interesting components of the site is the Reviews section. You can read or input your own review on sales books, DVDs or sales essentials. Thinking of buying a laptop, a PDA or a new cell phone? You might want to start at Salesopedia.com for ideas on what other sales professionals found works well for them, or doesn't.
Site co-founder Clayton Shold stated, "After 25 plus years in sales I'd still come across a term or acronym I didn't recognize, then get frustrated trying to track it down. This was a simple idea whose time has come." He added, "It's a one stop reference site for all things sales." The site has over 1600 terms in the glossary.
Dave Maynard, co-founder continues, "We want this to be a real community site where the user adds to keeping the content fresh and relevant. Salesopedia isn't just about experts in sales, it's about real sales people in real life."
If you need to get more productive, more focused and make more sales, why not make Salesopedia.com your New Year's resolution. The resources to help you are only a mouse click away.
Salesopedia is the only website designed by sales people for sales people that brings together a wide range of sales related resources to one central location. Based on a community theme, it is responsive to the needs of those who have chosen sales as their profession. For more information visit http://www.salesopedia.com