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“I predict that Nimble will leapfrog all traditional CRM solutions” / Editor, Selling Power Magazine

by on June 1, 2013 in Apps, Apps & Software, CRM, FaceBook, Gadgets, Google, iPhone, Lead story, LinkedIn, Metrics, Mobile, Mobile Marketing, Pinterest, Small Business, Social Media, Startups, Websites

  • The best way to market your business to your customers is with appropriate and up-to-date content. Your content creates the image that your customers identify

One CRM solution to consider is Nimble Social CRM. This software is designed to make customer relations quick and dependable. It includes tools that maintain customer information, that make mass communication easier with email and other methods, and that monitor social media for your business.

Social media is a powerful tool to help businesses grow. What your business maintains on its social media is content like any other that can help attract customers to your site.

You can also improve productivity by using mobile devices as well as the desktop. There are many different plugins designed for Nimble Social CRM that can help get your business moving towards fulfilling its needs.

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Nimble Awarded PC Magazine Editors’ Choice

“Nimble is a visionary product. Finally, someone has figured out social CRM and made it simple, fun and efficient. I predict that Nimble will leapfrog all traditional CRM solutions.”

Gerhard Gschwandtner – Editor, Selling Power Magazine

Designed for small and medium-sized businesses, Nimble is the next evolution in CRM – a social relationship manager that unifies all of your contacts, emails, calendar activities and the most popular social channels (Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn) in one easy-to-use, Web-based solution.

Unify Your Contacts, Calendars, Communications and Collaboration.

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