September Newsletter

September 16, 2022


Learning new systems and processes is not mandatory ... but neither is staying in business.
Bobby Darnell
Why a Robust CRM is Important for Small Businesses

Customer relationship management (CRM) software is a great resource for those wanting to boost customer satisfaction, nurture potential customers, and follow-up strategically.

CRMs are more than a rolodex of names, addresses, and history. A robust CRM is one that weaves a total picture of people and their connections to organizations, grants, gifts, funds, products, loans, sales, committees, strategies, initiatives, events and more. Another discerning factor that makes a CRM robust is its ability to track communication and provide customized opportunities for further engagement.

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    How does a B2B marketer make her boat go?
    She uses the sail’s force.”

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    If you open your eyes in a pitch-black room, the color you'll see is called "eigengrau."

    Go into the darkest room that you can find, one where there's no light at all, and spend a few minutes with your eyes closed. Then, open them up and look around. While you'd expect to be staring into pitch-blackness, you'll notice that you're seeing a sort of dark gray shade. And that color has a name: It's called "eigengrau."

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