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Sales for Nerds

Reuben Swartz

The podcast for technical people who find themselves responsible for sales and marketing, because they started a company or got promoted. We interview experts and other technical folks who have figured out how to hack the sales and marketing world the way they used to hack code. Don't believe the myth that only "natural" sales people can sell.


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2 months ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 32 ratings
  • Wine and sales - what could go wrong

    Hi Reuben, I'm want to thank you after listening to a few of your previous podcasts. I loved listening to Ellen Melko Moore, Bob Burg, Angelique Rewers, Russell Thackeray, now David Priemer. You've got a fantastic hand in choosing your guests - and a talent for making them sound at their best (and that's rare). more

    Apple Podcasts
    Sales neard-ess
    United States9 months ago
  • Wonderful resource!

    This is an amazing podcast which shows how to sell the easy and non-sleazy way. The host displays such a deep knowledge about the subject matter and brings out the best insights from the guests.

    Apple Podcasts
    Roshni Baronia
    India10 months ago
  • Yes

    Yes! Reuben is a great host and also an amazing guest. He has brought so much wisdom to the Strategy Sprint community. Keep rolling Reuben!

    Apple Podcasts
    jeff ronswith
    Austriaa year ago
  • Perfect for people who need people

    Your job doesn’t have to actually be Sales to need this podcast. Everyone has to sell themself and their ideas. Pick up the skills in the podcast series to better the chances of people picking you!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Sales made easy (or at least less scary)

    Reuben takes us to meet all sorts of people who have ended up being successful at selling, but who are not stereotypical sales people. If you’re a techie (or any other non-sales type of person) but have entrepreneurial aspirations, I can’t think of a better show to help encourage you on how to think about customer acquisition. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago

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