Share a link to the most inspiring sales video you've ever seen, and comment on why you love it.
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A. Dollar Shave Club
Dollar Shave Club's video is funny, sassy and cuts very effectively through the clutter to sell a highly competitive product in a new way. The CEO himself is the star of the viral campaign, which has been touted as a sucker punch to the funny bone.
- Rahul Varshneya, Arkenea LLC
A. How Lucky Ant Works
A. Government of Nunavut
A. Dollar Per Month
One of my favorite sales videos is always one that can clearly demonstrate the idea and get you excited for participating. My friends at Dollar Per Month have done just that. Its video is fun, easy to understand and compelling enough for you to take action.
- Andy Karuza, Brandbuddee
A. Simon Sinek's TEDx Talk
In this TEDx Talk, Simon Sinek will reshape how you sell your products and services. He uses examples of Apple and TiVo to show the good and bad of sales messages. Showing this video is a great way to inspire a sales force.
- Brett Farmiloe, Internet Marketing Agency
Summly's launch video not only showed an incredible design prowess, but also demonstrated phenomenally how the app works and why it's important. The ad-meets-demo video received rave reviews from press and consumers. With a very Apple-esque aesthetic and the app's inherent emphasis on brevity, the video perfectly communicated the app.
- Doreen Bloch, Poshly Inc.