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Looking to gather top sales expertise? While many resources are available, such as blogs, books, and podcasts, Twitter offers a way to learn from experts in 280 characters or less. Sales experts’ experience and insights are neatly presented on Twitter for quick review. Best of all, the information shared doesn’t cost you a cent. Base has rounded up 55 sales pros, based on criteria like how often they post, how many followers they have, and what their specialization is. From sales strategists and best-selling authors to coaches and negotiators, here are our top picks of sales experts to follow to help you become a better salesperson.

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    Kevin T

    about 1 year ago #

    Thanks for the entire resource, Paige!

    The expert you ranked #1, Ian Brodie, said in this interview (http://quickemailverification.com/blog/interview-with-email-marketing-expert-ian-brodie/) "keep your lists fresh by regularly “pruning’ them to either remove or ideally reduce the frequency of emails to less engaged subscribers."

    Sounds counter-intuitive to prune lists, but it makes a great deal of sense. He explains "If you keep mailing people who’ve lost interest it’ll send a signal to the email providers that people aren’t interested in your emails and they should go to the promotions tab or spam folder."

    Such advice can come only from real experts.