Word Sell, Inc. Introduces New Web Site and Sales Coaching Services

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Word Sell, Inc., formerly Step-Up Marketing, provides sales and marketing support to small and mid-size companies, including executive consulting, sales coaching, marketing materials and blog development services.

Word Sell, Inc. (http://www.wordsellinc.com) announced changes today that sharpen the company's identity and respond to the need for sales development programs that go beyond group and in-house programs.

How Can We Get the Most out of Our Sales People?

Word Sell's new About Action™ Sales Coaching and Advising gives companies a new option for developing their sales talent. About Action™ coaching sessions are one-to-one, making the program flexible, intensive and personalized. Company president Brad Shorr observed, "Group training can be effective, but it has limitations. I've worked one-to-one with sales people throughout my career and it always seems to get the best and fastest results. We take sound sales and marketing principles and translate them into effective sales activities."

For more information on About Action™ Sales Coaching and Advising--(http://www.wordsellinc.com/services/about-action-one-to-one-sales-training-coaching/)

New Web Site Built on WordPress

Word Sell launched its new Web site on August 10, 2007. Built in WordPress, the new site combines the company's blog and corporate site. "Not only is WordPress the perfect solution for us, it makes sense for many of our clients, whether or not they have a blog. We have excellent technical support through our strategic alliance with Anubis Marketing (http://www.anubismarketing.com)," said Shorr. "We're building a client site now and expect many more to come."

The firm, formerly known as Step-Up Marketing, Inc., took its new name from its company blog. "The Word Sell blog was more familiar to clients than our Web site," said Shorr. "I think 'Word Sell' conveys the fact that our firm concentrates on messaging and selling. Clients need both."

"Our new tag line, 'It's all about action,'' emphasizes our focus on results," Shorr continued. "Great marketing ideas don't accomplish much unless a company can put them into motion. Connecting the dots between sales and marketing is difficult, and we can help."


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