15
Mar 13

Using Insightly CRM To Manage Your Sales

Using Insightly CRM To Manage Your Sales

Using Insightly CRM To Manage Your Sales

 

Insightly CRM is a great Customer Relationship Management program that caters to the small and medium business.  It is easy to use and very intuitive.  Check it out here.

Using Insightly CRM To Manage Your Sales Transcript:

Hi. I’m Chris Hamilton from www.SalesTipADay.com.

Insightly is a great little online CRM package. It works especially well for small businesses. Insightly allows you to organize your tasks and keep track of accounts. It also does project management. It works with Google apps, so there’s Gmail integration. It also works with other apps and services, so you can tie tasks to certain opportunities and clients.

People often struggle with managing their opportunities and what’s in their pipelines. Integrating a CRM package into your business process can really be beneficial. It has helped me streamline many processes. That allows me to focus on where the money is and what I need to go after.

One of the best things about Insightly is its pricing structure. You can get up to three users for free. The Starter edition allows you up to six users. The next level is Advanced. The pricing is phenomenal.

It’s a great little program, and I highly recommend it. Go to Insightly.com and take a look at what they have to offer. I hope you find this interesting. For daily sales and marketing tips, go to SalesTipADay. Thank you.
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01
Dec 12

Does Social Media Impact the Workplace?

Here is a great piece from LearnStuff.com on the impact of social media on productivity.  Very interesting.
Social Media At Work

Contact me at Chris@SalesTipADay.com or at 1-877-782-2864 (in North AmeMichaela) to see how I can help you with:

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17
Jul 11

The Future Of Online Video – Older Video that Got A Lot of Attention

Future Of Online Video

Here is a video I did a few months back that I thought I would repost.

It is about the future of online video and has some pretty compelling statistics.

I hope you like it.


18
Jun 11

Using Google For Sales – Recorded Web Cast

Here is a recent Web Cast that I did about using different Google offerings for finding sales leads.

In this video, you will see:

  • Numerous Google services that you can use to promote yourself
  • How to draw in sales leads
  • How to use Google to beat your competition

I hope you enjoy it.

I hope this helps. Please feel free to leave a comment or email me. You can subscribe to my blog either via email or Subscribe in a reader. If you would like to suggest a topic or write a guest post, please let me know. Thank you for reading this post.

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10
Jun 11

How to Use the Google Search Bar to Find Keywords

How to Use the Google Search Bar to Find Keywords

How to Use the Google Search Bar to Find Keywords

How to Use the Google Search Bar to Find Keywords

Google controls roughly 70% of all search results online, so it is important to make sure that you have relevant keywords so that you will get better page rankings on Google.

Keywords show up in numerous places such as; blogs, websites, content you submit online, etc. Making sure that you have appropriate keywords in your title, description and the actual keywords themselves.  As such, you can find great keywords by using the Google Search Bar.

In this video, How to Use the Google Search Bar to Find Keywords, you will see:

  • How to find keywords using the standard Google’s search bar
  • How Google will try to figure out what you want and what Google is thinking
  • Why you want to use the search bar to find keywords

Here is a way to use Google’s Search Bar to find other keywords that Google would think are relevant to your topic.

I hope this helps. Please feel free to leave a comment or email me. You can subscribe to my blog either via email or Google Search BarSubscribe in a reader. If you would like to suggest a topic or write a guest post, please let me know. Thank you for reading this post.

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Keywords: Google Search Bar, Find Keywords


09
Jun 11

How to Find Keywords Using Google’s Keyword Tool and a Website Address

Find Keywords Using Google's Keyword Tool

Want to see how to find keywords using Google's Keyword Tool and a Website Address?

Using Google’s Keyword Tool

Google controls roughly 70% of all search results online, so it is important to make sure that you have relevant keywords so that you will get better page rankings on Google.  Since this is the case, you should be Using Google’s Keyword Tool.

Keywords show up in numerous places such as; blogs, websites, content you submit online, etc. Making sure that you have appropriate keywords in your title, description and the actual keywords themselves.

Google provides a great free keyword tool to help you find keywords that might be relevant to what you are writing about.

In this video on Using Google’s Keyword Tool, you will see:

  • How you can use your competitors websites to find great keywords
  • How to drive traffic to your website, blog or other relevant information
  • How to find an organic website that Google ranked on it’s first page result
  • How to look for misspelled words that you can

Here is a way to be using Google’s Keyword Tool in combination with a web site address (others or yours) to find other keywords that Google would think are relevant to your topic.

I hope this helps. Please feel free to leave a comment or email me. You can subscribe to my blog either via email or Using Google's Keyword ToolSubscribe in a reader. If you would like to suggest a topic or write a guest post, please let me know. Thank you for reading this post.

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Keywords: Using Google’s Keyword Tool


08
Jun 11

How To Find Keywords Using Google’s Wonder Wheel

Google's Wonder Wheel

Do you want to see how you can use Google's Wonder Wheel to find relevant keywords?

How To Find Keywords Using Google’s Wonder Wheel

Google controls roughly 70% of all search results online, so it is important to make sure that you have relevant keywords so that you will get better page rankings on Google.

Keywords show up in numerous places such as; blogs, websites, content you submit online, etc. Making sure that you have appropriate keywords in your title, description and the actual keywords themselves.

In this video on Google’s Wonder Wheel, you will see:

  • Why using Wonder Wheel will provide you relevant keywords to potentially increase your page ranks
  • How to pick certain terms that you can use for keywords
  • How to find results on a geographic area

Here is a way to use Google’s Wonder Wheel to find other keywords that Google would think are relevant to your topic.

I hope this helps. Please feel free to leave a comment or email me. You can subscribe to my blog either via email or wonder wheelSubscribe in a reader. If you would like to suggest a topic or write a guest post, please let me know. Thank you for reading this post.

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Keywords: Google, Wonder Wheel


06
Jun 11

How To Use Email Marketing To Get Sales

How To Use Email Marketing To Get Sales

Use email marketing and drive qualified leads your way.

How To Use Email Marketing To Get Sales

Do you use email marketing as part of your marketing plan?

Did you know that the Return on investment on email marketing is greater than 4000%?

You can do email newsletters event if you don’t have a web site (see the video to find our how or contact me).

If you do own a website, having a sign up form with valuable information that you can give away will drive hundreds of qualified sales leads your way each year.

Here is a video on how to get started and different services that you use.

In this video on How to Use Email Marketing, you will find:

  • How to let people know about new products
  • Different email marketing service you can use, including a great free one
  • What not to use if your want to get people’s email and names and what to do
  • How to drive potentially hundreds of fee sales leads per year
  • How to use email marketing in sales

This video comes from a weekly sales and marketing web cast that I do.  To see upcoming topics, go to www.salestipaday.com/webinars/.

I hope this helps. Please feel free to leave a comment or email me. You can subscribe to my blog either via email or use email marketingSubscribe in a reader. If you would like to suggest a topic or write a guest post, please let me know. Thank you for reading this post.

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Keyword: use email marketing


05
Jun 11

Using Video in Your Marketing SlideCast

Here is a SlideCast of a recent Web Cast I did on Using Video in Your Marketing.

I hope you enjoy.

I hope this helps. Please feel free to leave a comment or email me. You can subscribe to my blog either via email or Subscribe in a reader. If you would like to suggest a topic or write a guest post, please let me know. Thank you for reading this post.

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04
Jun 11

The 12 Things I Learned About Twitter – #16 to #20

Jeffrey Gitomer Social Boom

The 12 Things I Learned About Twitter - #16 to #20

This is it, the last posts on the 12 things I learned about Twitter- plus 8 more.

Here are tips #16 to #20 on What I Learned About Twitter.

#16 – Using Social Oomph with Twitter

#17 – Using Bit.ly for More Real Estate

#18 – Use Twitter How You Want

#19 – Direct Messages are Spam

#20 – #FF or Follow Friday

I hope this helps. Please feel free to leave a comment or email me. You can subscribe to my blog either via email or Subscribe in a reader. If you would like to suggest a topic or write a guest post, please let me know. Thank you for reading this post.

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