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In SPIN Selling, Rackham, who has advised leading companies such as IBM and Honeywell delivers the first book to specifically examine selling high-value product and services. By following the simple, practical, and easy-to-apply techniques of SPIN, readers will be able to dramatically increase their sales volume from major accounts. Rackham answers key questions such as "What makes success in major sales" and "Why do techniques like closing work in small sales but fail in larger ones?"




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SPIN Selling is essential reading for anyone involved in selling or managing a sales team. This sales book outlines the revolutionary SPIN technique (Situation, Problem, Implication, Need-Payoff).


For B2B salespeople, selling to the C-suite is the new normal. The trouble is, top executives prefer getting practical needle-moving advice, not tired old sales pitches. This book shows how you can strike the perfect balance between being a trusted advisor and a quota-crushing professional.


In this insightful and actionable book, DJ Sebastian warns about the upcoming revolution in selling, then describes the proven strategies and approaches that business-to-business sales professionals can quickly adopt to help them prosper in this new world.


Many books claim to have the answer, but few demonstrate, by example, exactly how it is achieved. The No.1 Best Seller is a masterclass in professional selling, as seen through the eyes of a top salesman. With a career spent selling financial technology to the C-Suite and Investment Banking community, Lee Bartlett shares the mindset and methodology that has allowed him to consistently outperform his competitors to win the largest mandates in his industry.


Programmer-turned-novelist Andy Weir is best known for helping Matt Damon lose an Oscar with The Martian, the hard sci-fi saga that went from self-published hit to New York Times bestseller to Academy-endorsed flick. But when it comes his audiobooks, consider starting with Artemis: Goodreads collectively voted it the best sci-fi novel of 2017, and celebrity narrator Rosario Dawson elevates it to something truly special in an Earphones-winning performance.


Can't get enough quality audio content? Check out our roundup of the best writing podcasts on the web! Or this list of the 45 best fantasy audiobooks!


Audiobooks apps come in as many forms as books themselves. Our list of the best audiobook apps includes slick, full-featured players that also integrate online marketplaces to more humble affairs that still bring you the classics of world literature in audiobook form.


RB Audiobooks' cloud-based Audiobooks.com platform also is a solid choice among the best audiobook apps for Android and iOS listeners, allowing subscribers to choose from a library of more than 200,000 audiobooks from every genre that they can stream or download for offline listening.


The Audio Books app includes variable playback speed, automatic bookmarking and a sleep timer, among other features. Additionally, this app includes cross-device syncing, allowing listeners to easily transition from their smartphone, tablet or computer without losing their place in the audiobook.


Google Play Books also builds in audiobook features, allowing you to listen to your purchased audiobooks across platforms and devices. That enables listeners to pick up where they left off on their Android device, iPhone, or desktop PC. Audiobook controls allow you to skip ahead or scroll along the timeline, jump to chapters, and configure playback speed and a snooze timer.


Unlike others in our list of best audiobook apps, Google Play Books doesn't run on a monthly subscription, instead allowing users to preview audiobooks and then buy what they want over the Google Play Books marketplace.


While Kobo may not have the same big name recall of Amazon in the US ebooks and audiobooks market, it offers a rich library of ebooks and audiobooks in its online marketplace and reader apps. Kobo's audiobook player covers your basics, with a timeline scrubber bar, timeskip buttons, chapter navigation, playback speed configuration and a snooze timer.


Bookmobile is a well-regarded iOS Audiobook player for those looking to play DRM-free audiobooks. Bookmobile supports DRM-locked content from iTunes and Audible, as well as DRM-free content ripped from CDs or downloaded, including M4B and MP3 audiobooks. The app features a thoughtful control scheme designed to keep you from easily losing your place and includes drive and sleep modes, as well as supporting background playback.


Extra features include a custom bookmarking feature that can automatically remember where you last stopped, playback speed controls, and AirPlay support. The free trial lasts for 60 days and allows you to import three audiobooks. After that, it's $.399 to unlock the whole library.


If you're looking to listen to DRM-free audiobooks already in your collection, Smart AudioBook Player is a popular choice for Android devices that comes with a good selection of features, such as variable playback speed, bookmarking, an audio equalizer, some basic collection management features, a sleep timer and control widgets for the notification tray and your home screen. The app provides users with a generous 30-day free trial before asking for a $1.99 unlock.


Another of the best audiobook apps for DRM-free titles on Android is Listen Audiobook Player, formerly known as Akimbo. Ad and IAP-free, Listen is a highly configurable player that includes variable playback speed, a built-in equalizer, sleep timer, embedded chapter support, bookmarks, lock screen controls, and widgets.


Library management is a simple, folder-based affair, and playback options include variable playback speed, bookmarks and a sleep timer. It's comparatively basic next to others on our list of best audiobook apps, but you also can't argue with that price.


Audiobooks Now offers an integrated market and audiobook player with a library of more than 180,000 bestsellers and classics. Users can stream audiobooks for on-demand listening, or download titles to read them on the go.


The app comes with bookmarking and playback controls, incoming call auto-pause and resume, and multi-device syncing. In addition to its in-app marketplace, Audiobooks Now also offers a book club-style subscription system that provides steep discounts of up to 50 percent on your audiobook purchases.


Think of Chirp as a kind of deals site for audiobooks, where you can pick up different titles for $1.99 to $4.99 at a substantial savings from their regular price. (The selection skews to fiction, but there are all types of genres represented here.) There's no membership fee, and you own anything you buy.


The Downpour app allows users to access their entire library and download audiobooks on Wi-Fi or cellular networks for offline playback. Playback controls are fairly standard with chapter and 30-second skips, bookmarking, a sleep timer and support for background downloading and playback.


Rather than have audiobooks eat up gigabytes of precious storage on your iPhone, you can turn to a cloud-based audiobook solution. Bound is one of the best audiobook apps for iOS that lets you stream your DRM-free audiobooks from your favorite cloud storage services, such as Dropbox, iCloud or Google Drive, playing them on your iPhone.


Another audiobook option to consider is your local library if it has a digital media lending system. OverDrive is a media management app that allows users to borrow ebooks and audiobooks from their library's collection, with all the flexibility and convenience of a digital app.


OverDrive users can borrow titles from the library's collection 24/7, and users can create holds, wishlists and effortlessly return ebooks and audiobooks. Cross-device syncing of titles and bookmarks allow you the flexibility to listen to an audiobook on the device of your choice.


Users can sign in, connect their library card, and then borrow digital media such as ebooks and audiobooks from their local library. You can use multiple library cards, sample books, download or stream content, tag titles, and sync data across devices.


Easy setup and search, as well as hassle-free navigation, viewing, playback, and returns make it a strong contender among the best audiobook apps if your library supports lending out media through Hoopla.


If you're not necessarily looking for the latest bestsellers, Librivox offers access to more than 50,000 free audiobooks of public domain works ranging from classic bestsellers to out-of-print titles that users can browse by title, author or genre. Users can save and listen to any number of books that they want, setting unlimited bookmarks as well as a sleep timer.


All of these books were only just published and many of them already have thousands of positive reviews, placing them comfortably among the best Kindle Unlimited audiobooks. And even though these are bestselling books, Amazon.com Kindle Unlimited subscribers can listen to the Audible books without any extra cost and without having to spend an Audible credit! You can simply borrow them like any Kindle Unlimited ebook. The audiobook will be added to your Audible library automatically.


An Audible competitor from Canada, Audiobooks.com has a very similar structure. It requires you to sign up for a $15-per-month subscription, but once you do, you get one free book per month. After that, you can buy extra book credits at any time (unlike on Audible), and get any other books that you want for reduced prices.


Downpour.com works a little bit differently than some of the other alternatives to Audible here, in that it allows you to both purchase and rent audiobooks, depending on your needs. It is also a bit less expensive than Audible, with its membership fee costing $13 a month as opposed to $15 per month for Audible (though Downpour has no other options) and getting you one free book a month. Downpour also allows you to listen to any books that you purchase on any software that can play them, as opposed to having to use Audible-exclusive players for books purchased from Audible.


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