Leading sales training organisation, Sales Commando, launches free-to-view TV channel

A new YouTube TV channel launched by Sales Commando, one of the world’s leading sales training organisations, is set to bring career changing advice, hints and tips into the homes and offices of sales professionals worldwide – and all for free.

Amongst more in-depth features, the break-through Sales Commando TV channel features bite-sized, easily digestible animations averaging 90 seconds in length which have been specifically created to help sales pros refresh on key sales, negotiation and communication skills.

Sales Commando managing director, Doug Tucker, explains: “Sales Commando has long provided the most comprehensive sales training via personal presentations and video courses. One thing that became evident is that, after training, sales people were still in need of continual motivation to carry the training forward for the advantage of their sales careers.

“Our new TV channel provides that motivation through short and sweet refreshers on key sales techniques presented in an entertaining animated format. And, of course, it’s absolutely free for all to benefit from, wherever or whenever is most convenient to do so.”

Current animations cover the Driverless Car Syndrome (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4gdsFlFXSA&feature=youtu.be),

Building your very own Domination Machine (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVi1FerqnaQ&feature=youtu.be)

The need to listen and be silent during pitches, entitled “Will You Please SHUT UP! (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pS645M0Z0TY&feature=youtu.be).

Tucker continues: “We’ll be adding further animations and broader tips and advice to the Sales Commando TV channel, building a library of essential messages that will add value to the process of selling. The tips and hints are universal too, meaning anyone in sales regardless of industry or business size will be able to benefit.”

Subscribing to Sales Commando TV is straightforward. Anyone with a YouTube account can simply follow any of the links above and press the subscribe button. For those without a YouTube account, setting one up is easily done and, just like the TV channel itself, is also free.