Make time your friend, by learning how to leverage your time better with a CRM, which stands for Client Relationship Management software and is an invaluable, essential tool for businesses large and small.
We’ll cover the basics of how CRM systems and the communication basics associated with the different stages in the buyer’s journey. With so many available, free platforms, learn which is best for your business and why.
This class is specifically designed to introduce the novice team or solo-entrepreneur to the most popular CRM systems, the strengths and challenges of each, and how they allow you to communicate with your audience better and more consistently.
Class topics will include:
- Choosing the right platform for your needs
- Best practices – the dos and don’ts of the most popular client outreach systems
- Lead generation / management basics
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