With two sister brands under their banner, this company needs a way to keep branding separate without leaving a negative impact on efficiency and productivity. They've tried multiple software solution but haven't found the perfect fit yet. Learn how WORK[etc] can help by cutting down the number of apps needed to just one.
This publishing company doesn't just put out online and print trade magazines, they also engage in events planning and coordination. As their current system can't quite handle everything they need it to (and its complexity is keeping their older staffers from completely embracing it), they're now on the lookout for a CRM solution that's not only flexible but also easy to use.
This marketing firm's current business management system was so inflexible that they had to hire somebody to manually make a list of their support emails. Now they're looking for a far simpler , web based CRM solution.
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Up until around eight or nine years ago, I always kept a small notebook with me wherever I went. I was already knee-deep into my entrepreneurial ventures back then, and that notebook was pretty much my database for everything related to my businesses. Contacts, sales leads, project info, ideas both practical and slightly mad—I kept […]
There’s not a lot WORKetc can’t do when it comes to managing a small business, what with its built-in CRM, project management, billing, timesheets, and customer support modules. It’s an entire business management ecosystem unto itself without even plugging in any additional third-party apps. We do recognize, however, that some businesses have their own app […]
If first contact with a sales lead is like a first date, then sending out a sales quote would be the equivalent of getting down on one knee and proposing. Now, putting your best foot forward on that first date is just the start. If you want to get a “yes”, you better be ready […]
No business really gets started until something gets sold, whether it’s a product or a service. That’s why entrepreneurs need to at least have some sales know-how to even begin dreaming about success. And get this—when you’re an entrepreneur, it’s not just potential customers that you need to convince to buy in. From time to […]
Five minutes. That’s how long I spend on my email inbox at the start of my day, every day. I used to get easily distracted, sometimes spending upwards of half an hour just going through my email. And by “going through” I do mean just reading them. No replying, no creating tasks. It was a […]
Small business marketing is a bit like golf. You don’t use a driver for every single stroke. Yeah, you might luck out and get a hole in one, but it’s more likely you’ll end up spending way too much effort for too little return. What matters is that you identify exactly which club best fits […]