10 Best Sales Podcasts That You Can Listen To For Free
You may be a champion of sales but there is always room to learn something new and hone your skills. One of the best ways to learn new things about your industry and the latest trends and strategies in sales is to listen to podcasts hosted and attended by some of the biggest and most successful names in sales. We have picked 10 of the best shows that are free to listen to.
1. B2B Growth Show
The B2B growth show is hosted by marketing experts Jonathan Green, and James Carbary, both from Sweet Fish Media. As the name suggests, the show has a focus on B2B growth and their show cover tools, techniques, and strategies that are effective in B2B sales and marketing.
The length of each episode is around 10 minutes, and there are hundreds of episodes for you to check out. While clearly aimed towards the B2B sales market in particular, the show still has plenty to offer to the marketing and sales community overall.
2. Women in Tech
The Women in Tech podcast is hosted by Espree Devora, who’s also known as ‘the girl who gets it done’. Devora also hosts other well-known podcasts including “Uniting LA Startups”. The show has a focus on helping women to succeed in tech, marketing, and sales. But, there is no reason why people of all genders can’t learn from the show.
Shows last between 20 and 60 minutes and there are plenty to choose from. Topics covered include B2B sales, strategic partnerships, social media, overcoming adversity, and more.
3. Sales Hacker
Sales Hacker is a great sales podcast and is hosted by the founder of Revenue Collective, Sam Jacobs. The show has a focus on providing insights on B2B sales in particular. Host Sam is joined by a variety of guests from fields including investors, company founders, and sales experts.
Each Tuesday show is approximately 50 minutes long and is a great listen for anyone looking for tips and insights that can put into action to improve sales. There’s also a shorter show that broadcasts on Fridays.
4. Sell or Die
Sell or Die is hosted by Jennifer Gluckow and Jeffrey Gitomer. Gluckow is a LinkedIn and networking expert, while Gitomer is the author of the Little Red Book of Selling. The show has a focus on the science and arts of selling and industry leaders are invited onto the sales podcasts to participate. The show covers anything from being successful at cold-calling to using AI in sales.
Each episode can range from as little as 5 minutes to as long as 60 minutes, and the show can help marketers, salespeople, and business owners do their job better.
5. Sales Gravy
The host of the Sales Gravy podcast is Jeb Blount, sales guru and author of 10 best-selling books on sales and leadership. The show has a focus on various sales topics, from increasing your call-back rate and boosting productivity, to overcoming your fear of rejection – a problem that hounds many people in the sales industry.
Most Sales Gravy episodes are only around 5 minutes long making them one of the best sales podcasts for busy people. Some episodes are, however, as long as 30 minutes.
6. Sales Success Stories
This podcast is hosted by Scott Ingram, author of “Sales Success Stories: 60 Stories from 20 Top 1% Sales Professionals”, and Account Director at Relationship One. The show revolves around interviewing the best sales professionals in the business. In the interviews, guests are asked questions on their habits, favorite sales books, their routines, and any tips they might have for the audience.
The episodes are longer than most other sales podcasts – ranging from around 45 minutes and up to around 120 minutes. Sales Success Stories is ideal for anybody wanting to learn from and/or be inspired by some of the most successful people in sales.
7. The Sales Evangelist
The Sales Evangelist is hosted by Donald C. Kelly. Donald is the President and Sales Coach at The Sales Evangelist LLC. The show offers actionable hints and tips that marketers can use to improve their own sales fortunes. Sales and business experts are also invited to the show for interviews.
Episodes of the Sales Evangelist will last from around 9 minutes up to around 36 minutes.
8. The Advanced Selling Podcast
The Advanced Selling Podcast is hosted by Bryan Neale and Bill Caskey. Neale is the founder of Blind Zebra and is a sales coach. Caskey is also a sales trainer. The Advanced Selling Podcast is an entertaining follow, and the hosts focus on giving hints and tips you can put into action immediately. There is also an app associated with the podcast, through which listeners can ask questions and get access to more content.
Episodes last between 10 minutes and 25 minutes, and novices and experts can learn from the show.
9. In The Arena
In The Arena is hosted by Anthony Iannarino. Iannarino is an international bestseller and sales leader, with a specialty in B2B sales. In the Arena is a series of interviews with some of the most successful salespeople in the industry, covering both B2B and B2C sales. Topics discussed include anything sales related from managing your priorities to sales automation
Each episode lasts between 20 and 50 minutes, and the podcast is best suited for sales professionals who want to get more insights from people at the top of the industry.
The SaaStr podcast is hosted by Jason M. Lemkin and Harry Stebbings and is one of the best sales podcasts for SaaS sales. Lemkin is considered by many to be the godfather of SaaS while Stebbings is the founder of The Twenty Minute VC. SaaStr features weekly interviews with some of the biggest names in the SaaS industry and gives valuable advice for people working in sales, and on SaaS business in general.
Each show is approximately 30 minutes long.
Above is a selection of some of the best sales podcasts that we know of but there will always be more for you to choose from. They include some of the best-known names in the business and listeners can learn something regardless of their skill and experience levels. Which you prefer will depend largely on what you are looking to get out of listening, and personal preference.
They are all free to listen to and you can always check out multiple shows to stay updated.
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