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As a salesperson, I am always wondering what I can do to be more efficient with my time. I also wonder in what ways can I reach out to more people and communicate more effectively. In the past, I have found that I am usually spending most of the work day calling and hunting down potential customers and leads. I am always “just missing them” and advised to “try again later,” or I am just not getting through to anyone at all. Frustration has caused me to often brainstorm different ways to combat getting sent off during my attempts to connect. Wouldn’t it be nice to play “Big Brother” and just know when your leads engage with your website or emails?
To this day marketers are racking their brains on how to prove social media ROI to upper-management and get buy-in. Typical Key Performance Indicators or KPI’s such as follower growth, engagement, reach or brand equity are viewed as qualitative measures rather than quantitative. Don’t get me wrong, they still prove to be valuable in the big picture. However, when you’re dealing with small-to mid-sized organizations, the bottom line always comes down to questions such as:
I've had the opportunity to dabble with a number of CRM systems throughout my professional career. Although the purpose of using such software was to make my life as a salesperson easier, I often danced along the emotional lines of frustration and disappointment because the CRM wouldn't store or track the information I needed it to.