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Monthly Archives: October 2011

CRM on One Page

…So while on a quest to get a suitable CRM for our own business, we found, to our surprise, nothing that helped you actually sell better… …So we built it… via “People behind OnePageCRM”.

Believe. Or Not.

…But we are believers. We believe that we can make it work. And that’s what gets me up every morning… via “Believers vs non-believers”

HTML5 and Mobility

…more importantly, you only need to develop these apps once for all devices… via “HTML5 Will Transform Mobile Business Intelligence and CRM”.

Social Media Commentary

…Tweets in general? They are mostly: Look at me! How clever, how connected… Some quite valid thoughts in this post. Has my mind ticking over with regard to our marketing approach…

World class blogging strategy by Guy Kawasaki | Another Blogger

…Guy Kawasaki’s approach will benefit new bloggers as well as experienced bloggers….

5 Best Practices for Lead Generation Using LinkedIn

…these five lead generation best practices can help you leverage the power of LinkedIn to expand your customer base…

Doc Searls and CRM, VRM and IIW

…if CRM is your thing, IIW would be a good place to see what’s coming in CRM’s direction..

Simple Branding

Big Apple Data

Apple’s iOS accounts for the most browser-based page views in the U.S., at 58.5 percent via @dsearls.

Success Lesson from ACT!

In his article over at the Software Advice blog titled “The Birth of a Category Known as Contact Management“, Mike Muhney (co-founder of ACT! Software) brings out some history surrounding where ACT! came from. What struck me was the fact that it was born of a need, a need both he and Pat Sullivan had. […]