New Sales Coaching Website AskSalesCoach.com Offers Resources for Sales Executives and Small Business Owners

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Just launched sales coaching website AskSalesCoach.com provides real-world advice for modern day business.

This website is about serving others and helping business and salespeople understand the importance of what matters to clients today, and what will matter in the future.
--AskSalesCoach.com Founder Greg McKinney

AskSalesCoach.com was recently launched to help salespeople, managers and small business owners deal with today’s changing sales environment. The website provides free resources, articles and case studies on how sales professionals need to think - and act - differently about sales.

The real world advice and coaching provided is from the perspective of its founder, Greg McKinney. “We wanted to design a sales coaching site that provided information and articles for today’s business world. No one wants to hear about outdated sales strategies like cold calling and pipeline funnel management. Business and salespeople need to think about the clients and what’s next in their lightning-fast, ever-changing business environments,” commented McKinney.

McKinney also wrote the acclaimed e-book, “The Most Important Sales Story Ever Told,” which is an account of his first experiences in sales, including meeting his mentor in the oddest of circumstances.

Other highlights of AskSalesCoach.com include:

     1. New client acquisition; why it’s the only thing that matters now

     2. The role of social media today and in the future

     3. “Bare Naked Selling” – the new sales approach that quickly gets to what the client is looking for

     4. True customer retention, and what it takes to keep winning business in today’s marketplace

“This website is about serving others and helping business and salespeople understand the importance of what matters to clients today, and what will matter in the future,” added McKinney.

McKinney has a free sales blog and free download of “The Most Important Sales Story Ever Told” available at AskSalesCoach.com.

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