Articles by: Richard of Nimble

Does Your Blog Content Need Punching Up? 7 Tips

Does Your Blog Content Need Punching Up? 7 Tips
By June 18, 2012 Strategies 101

Blog floundering? Visitors dropping in but not staying around? Here are seven ways to revitalize your company’s online presence.

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“Let’s Eat, Grandma” or “Let’s Eat Grandma:” Your Social Media Content Needs Careful Editing

“Let’s Eat, Grandma” or “Let’s Eat Grandma:” Your Social Media Content Needs Careful Editing
By May 30, 2012 Social Media

Anyone can be a published author now – and it shows. Make your social media content more credible by using correct grammar, punctuation and spelling.

You see it everywhere, every day on the web: nearly unintelligible writing. It’s not just the abbreviated words that texting has ushered in; that’s understandable in the comments sections of media sites, or in Twitter and Facebook updates.

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Reward Your Customers to Get Referrals

Reward Your Customers to Get Referrals
By May 21, 2012 Social Selling

You’ve probably benefited from the assistance of countless people and businesses in promoting your brand online. Your staff contributes to company blogs and monitors your Twitter feeds. You watch your competitors online to see what’s working, and you get advice from expert commentary. The individuals who comment positively on your social media content can entice lurkers into becoming prospects.

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Friends of Friends: Using Nimble to Build Out Your Network

Friends of Friends: Using Nimble to Build Out Your Network
By May 13, 2012 Nimble Tips

You see glimpses of it every time you read a conversation stream on a social networking site: friends of friends. You reply to a status update or post a tweet, and you’re introduced to the people who are connected to someone in your social circle.

building your social networkThese far-reaching connections begin when you set up a profile for people you know – or want to know – in Nimble. You can take their names or email addresses and start researching them, often by letting Nimble find their Twitter and LinkedIn pages.

These two sites are probably the most productive places to start. Twitter, because most people like to build up their stable of followers, and LinkedIn, because many profiles are public. You can learn a great deal from both.

Armed with this information, you can approach those people who look like potential customers and begin to engage them.

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Getting started on Social Selling

Getting started on Social Selling
By May 4, 2012 Social Selling

Getting started on Social Selling

Social media’s soaring popularity has transformed customers’ expectations.  They don’t want to be talked at with interruption marketing.  Instead they want to be engaged in a 2-way conversation through tweets, blogs, Facebook and other social media platforms.  Engage with your customers before your competitors do.

In this thriving online network, smart businesses are getting social to sell.

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Why smart business owners are switching to a social CRM system

Why smart business owners are switching to a social CRM system
By April 25, 2012 Social Selling

The ground rules for customer relationship management have changed.

Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other social media platforms have made 2-way customer conversations an expectation. These online discussions affect your brand, customer service reputation and sales – you’ve got to listen, engage and respond quickly. Full social media engagement is a business essential and you need smarter contact management tools to crack it.

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