The 10 best sales podcasts, ranked by popularity

Whether you’re a top sales performer or striving to be one, you’ve got to keep learning to be your best. Reading books, blogs, and news articles, following thought leaders and researchers online, watching educational videos and listening to podcasts are all great ways to continue to grow your knowledge base and skill set.

When it comes to available resources of these types, they’re continually changing like everything in the digital world today. That’s why we decided it was time to provide you with an updated list of the top sales podcasts to make it easy for you to stay current. The following rankings are based on the US Business Apple Podcasts chart.

1. Sales Gravy

Jeb Blount is the bestselling author of People Buy You. This podcast has been described as “passionate, motivating and essential for Sales Professionals and leaders who want to win and win big!” Some of Jeb’s guests include Anthony Iannarino, Will Frattini of Zoominfo, Mike Weinberg, and Mark Hunter.

  • Episode length: Bite-sized, most are less than 10 minutes
  • Format: Thoughts of Jeb Blount with occasional interviews with sales leaders
  • Most popular episode: 4 Principles of Effective Sales Conversations
  • Why we like it: quick hit quality advice on various sales concepts
  • iTunes rank: 107
  • Link to show page in iTunes.

2. The Sales Experience Podcast

A long-term career in sales has many challenges, especially when it comes to effectively closing more sales in transparent and honest ways. Episodes share valuable tips and lessons to help you create a sales experience that will turn more prospects into customers.

  • Episode length: Bite-sized, most are less than 15 minutes
  • Format: Thoughts of Jason Cutter plus occasional interviews with sales leaders
  • Most popular episode: Closing week: professionals don’t ask for the sale.
  • Why we like it: thoughtful advice mingled with real-world stories from the host
  • iTunes rank: 111
  • Link to show page in iTunes.

3. Make It Happen Mondays

John Barrows is a leading B2B sales trainer and founder of JBarrows Consulting. His guests include industry leaders such as Doug Winter of Seismic Software, author Anita Nielsen and Lauren Bailey — the founder of the GirlsClub.

  • Episode length: Long-form podcasts ranging from 35 minutes to over an hour
  • Format: Interviews between John Barrows & practitioners and real-world advice –B2b focus
  • Top episode: Transparency in sales with Todd Caponi.
  • Why we like it: actionable sales tips to close more business
  • iTunes rank:113
  • Link to show page in iTunes.

4. Advanced Selling Podcast

According to their website, “This is the longest-running sales podcast in podcast history.” Bill Caskey and Bryan Neale have been B2B sales trainers for the past twenty years. In this podcast, they share their strategies, frameworks, tips, and tricks to help you leverage your talent, grow your skills and create your own sales success. Topics discussed range from prospecting and sales communication to buyer resistance, proposals, and RFPs.

  • Episode length: Commute-length podcasts of 15 – 20 minutes
  • Format: Conversations between Bill Caskey & Bryan Neale
  • Top Episode: Things a salesperson should never say.
  • Why we like it: offers something for all levels of sales experience.
  • iTunes rank: 237
  • Link to show page in iTunes.

5. Sell or Die with Jeffrey Gitomer and Jennifer Gluckow

Best-selling author Jeffrey Gitomer and sales expert Jennifer Gluckow discuss the art and science of selling with the top leaders in sales, business, marketing, and personal development.

  • Length: Long-form podcasts ranging from 30 minutes to an hour
  • Format: Jeffrey and Jennifer discuss selling with their guests
  • One of the top episodes: The joy of rejection.
  • Why we like it: raw and authentic actionable sales advice and inspiration for all levels of sales experience.
  • iTunes rank: 348
  • Link to show page in iTunes.

Our Favorite: Accelerate! with Andy Paul

Accelerate your sales skills, leadership ability, and personal development, with sought-after speaker, best-selling author, and sales sage, Andy Paul. Andy interviews the world’s foremost sales experts like Jeffrey Gitomer, Robert Cialdini, Jill Konrath, Anthony Iannarino, and Tim Sanders to discuss the strategies and insights you can use to massive value and huge wins.

  • Length: Long-form podcasts ranging from 30 minutes to 1 hour.
  • Format: Andy Paul discusses sales skills, leadership, and personal development with guests.
  • One of the top episodes: Why you should flip the sales script, with Oren Klaff.
  • Why we like it: Incredible guests and a highly actionable format.
  • Link to show page in iTunes.

6. Sales Influence – Why people buy! with Victor Antonio

This podcast discusses “Finding the Why in How Clients Buy” by using the latest studies in consumer behavior and neuromarketing to sell more effectively!

  • Length: mostly bite-sized podcast — 10 minutes or less
  • Format: Victor Antonio sites recent studies on buyer behaviors pertaining to specific sales topics
  • Top episode(s): two of the most popular episodes include “Sales Enablement” and “Sales Anxiety
  • Why we like it: offers insights of value to sales reps as well as management
  • iTunes rank: 417
  • Link to show page in iTunes.

7. Selling more by talking less

According to Bob Marx, selling consists of 2 parts–Finding the people to sell AND Selling the people you find. Each part requires its own Mindset, Strategy, and technique to be effective. This podcast coaches a specific sales idea as it relates to Mindset, Strategy and Technique to reveal The Why – The How and The What to Start selling more by talking less.

  • Length: Bite-sized — less than 10 minutes
  • Format: Brief, focused sales tips, and principles presented by Bob Marx
  • Top episode: Want to close more sales? Start asking stupid questions.
  • Why we like it: focused on helping salespeople level up their sales skills and techniques
  • iTunes rank: 478
  • Link to show page in iTunes

8. Sales Success Stories

What are the best sales professionals doing to get to the top? In this podcast, Scott Ingram interviews and deconstructs world-class sales performers to uncover their favorite sales books, habits, routines, strategies and tips. These salespeople are the A+ players among A players, working at companies like HubSpot, Seismic and LeadIQ. This content offers valuable insights for B2B sales professionals as well as sales managers, sales leaders and others involved in revenue management, leadership or strategy.

  • Length: a mix of long-form podcasts and shorter 15-minute ones
  • Format: Scott Ingram conducts interviews and discussions with world-class B2B sales professionals
  • Top episode: New School Selling with Old School Hustle – Vincent Matano.
  • Why we like it: provides insights around the secrets of the top 1% of all B2B sales pros
  • iTunes rank: 601
  • Link to show page in iTunes.

9. Get in the door

Nothing happens until you get in front of a prospect or client after getting their attention. This podcast is dedicated to helping you get in the door, close more sales and do your best work. It’s about sales prospecting strategies and tactics from Steve Kloyda, The Prospecting Expert

  • Length: Ranging from bite-sized up to 30 minutes
  • Format: Steve Kloyda discusses tips and tactics relating to prospecting
  • Top episode: The Biggest Reason Why Salespeople Lose Business.
  • Why we like it: it’s like having a sales coach to improve your prospecting skills.
  • iTunes rank: 705
  • Link to show page in iTunes.

10. The Sales Podcast

This podcast consists of unscripted, real, transparent information and interviews from Wes Schaeffer, The Sales Whisperer®, His goal is to help you master inbound marketing and generate more inbound sales that close faster, easier, at a higher margin, with less stress and more fun. His guests are tops in fields like webinar presentations, SEO, various specialized sales training methods and storytelling.

  • Length: long-form episodes — 1 hour or less
  • Format: interviews and discussions by Wes Schaeffer
  • Top episode: Leverage the power of storytelling, Ty Bennett.
  • Why we like it: real-life practical sales information beneficial to both reps and management alike
  • iTunes rank: 1074
  • Link to show page in iTunes.

There you have it, the top sales podcasts on iTunes. Now it’s time for you to select the ones you want to follow. Happy listening!

*Numbers after show names are chart rankings in US Business Apple Podcasts

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