"Dogs have mastered the art of selling," says Michael Johnson, founder of Salesdog.com.
Like any good salesperson, dogs are great communicators says Johnson. “There’s little chance of mistaking what a dog wants. Whether happy, angry, wary, hungry or on the alert, they let you know... - February 24, 2011
A poll conducted by SalesDog.com shows a sky-high ninety-three percent of salespeople expect an increase in their sales in 2011.
Their optimism is apparently fueled by an increase in lead generation efforts. According to the poll, seventy-one percent of respondents say their companies have increased... - January 21, 2011
Television infomercials don’t just rake in billions of dollars, they can also teach business people how to sell. Underneath all the hype, TV pitchman follow a tried and true selling formula that anyone who sells for a living would do well to follow. - December 07, 2009
Can gender impact buying decisions? Writing for SalesDog.com, sales expert Will Turner says yes. He offers plain-spoken advice for selling to the opposite sex. - July 03, 2009
Telemarketing isn't what it once was according to telesales guru Wendy Weiss. No longer a game of smiling and dialing, the changing times require new strategies and a different mind-set. - June 25, 2009
Despite the struggling economy, America’s sales professionals are surprisingly optimistic about 2009’s business prospects. According to a newly released survey conducted by SalesDog.com, a surprising 57 percent of the sales professionals do not expect their sales to go down in 2009.
“While... - January 21, 2009
A recent survey conducted by SalesDog.com, an online educational resource for sales professionals, reveals the people who sell products and services for a living have conflicting feelings about their chosen career.
The survey, which asked questions on various job satisfaction issues, was sent to SalesDog.com's... - March 14, 2008
Finding the perfect gift for family or friends is not easy. “Choosing the right business gift actually requires more time and thoughtfulness,” says Tina LoSasso, Managing Editor of SalesDog.com in the new business book, Top Dog Sales Secrets. LoSasso identifies five common business gift giving mistakes. - November 15, 2007
When salespeople are called upon to close more sales, managers often hear a litany of excuses. Yet top producers manage to sell under the same conditions. “Poor sales performers are usually not aware that little things make a big difference in closing the sale,” says Michael Dalton Johnson, Editor of the bestselling new book, Top Dog Sales Secrets. Johnson cites five common reasons for poor sales performance. - September 29, 2007
Top Dog Sales Secrets offers "Selling to The Opposite Sex" and 79 other tips from 50 top sales pros. - August 30, 2007
In today’s world of virtual offices, online meetings, email marketing and Internet selling, business people may be losing their ability to reach out and touch someone – literally. In a new book, Top Dog Sales Secrets, Michael Dalton Johnson shows readers how to master the fine art of the handshake. - August 22, 2007
Is walking into a sales meeting "naked" the dress-for-success fashion statement of the future? A new book, Top Dog Sales Secrets, advises salespeople to get naked on sales calls and dump the cliches to boost earnings. - August 09, 2007
Top Dog Sales Secrets is a new book that teaches anyone who sells vital new skills. Edited by SalesDog.com Founder Michael Dalton Johnson, Top Dog Sales Secrets serves up the selling secrets of 50 renowned sales wizards in doggie-treat-sized bites designed to supercharge sales performance. - August 02, 2007
In article on SalesDog.com, the online sales training site, Jill Konrath tells of two salespeople’s sky-rocketing sales because “… they started going into sales calls totally, stark-raving naked.” - July 26, 2006