Posts Tagged 'social'

Social Prospecting Like A B2B Pro

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Social Prospecting Like A B2B Pro

Social prospecting when done right can do wonders for your business. If you are looking to save time, energy and money, you need to start talking to the right businesses and more importantly the right people within those organizations. This can be achieved through the power of social prospecting!

Let me ask you this, have you ever received a cold email from a sales professional, who really seemed to understand you and your business’s needs? Are they reaching out at the ...

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Social Listening – Sonar for Salespeople

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Social Listening – Sonar for Salespeople

I love WWII submarine movies. I especially love the thrill of the hunt and the ping of the sonar. The closer you get to the target, the louder and more rapid the pingbacks become. When your pings and their pings meld as one, you are right on top of them. Directional sonar will even identify where to look for them.

The two critical social listening skills

Everybody loves to talk about the great skills that are necessary in sales. I’m only going ...

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Nimble SCRM Chrome Contacts Widget [Video]

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Nimble SCRM Chrome Contacts Widget [Video]

Nimble Social CRM continues to improve its “Nimble Everywhere” strategy with recent enhancements to their Chrome Contacts Widget. Now you can view Nimble contact records, or create new contact records in Nimble, from literally any web page. Let me repeat that … ANY web page. This includes Gmail and even another CRM.

Do you have a “golden rolodex”? Now you can ...

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Nimble Social CRM Relationship Records Part I

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Nimble Social CRM Relationship Records Part I

It’s been some time since I have created a new video on Nimble Social CRM. Starting today, let’s fix that! Nimble differs greatly from a traditional CRM in that it has been built from the ground-up to tightly integrate your social networking activities both globally (everything that is going on in your social networking world) and specifically down to individual relationship records.

Relationship records? Don’t I mean contact records? No, the best way to describe records in Nimble is as relationship ...

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