Your company conducts hundreds, if not thousands, of business transactions each day. While these interactions are key for receiving customer feedback, resolving customer issues, and growing your business, it can be easy to overlook the reality that your customers are real people with concerns, feelings, and opinions who want to be heard. Like you, they have unique opinions and experiences that can have a profound impact on your company – if you take time to actively listen to them. Read more ›
Gratitude is an incredibly powerful emotion that benefits ourselves and all around us in so many positive ways. Many studies have been written about the positive effect of gratitude towards our personal health, relationships, and business connections.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we asked our community to share what they’re grateful for in 2016. We hope that you will enjoy their answers and that they will inspire you.
Social media has changed the world. It might sound like a big statement, but the numbers speak for themselves. Billions of people around the world use social media daily. It’s estimated that by 2018, 2.44 billion people will be using social networks. Read more ›
The term Social Selling has been around for few years now. What it means can be summarized simply as incorporating social media into sales process. “With social selling, salespeople use social media platforms to research, prospect, and network by sharing educational content and answering questions. As a result, they’re able to build relationships until prospects are ready to buy”, Laurence Minsky and Keith A. Quesenberry say in this Harvard Business Review post. Read more ›
Nimble Voted Leader in CRM and Sales Intelligence in G2 Crowd Fall 2016 Ratings
Thanks to our users, Nimble has consistently been voted Leader in both CRM and Sales Intelligence Categories over the past three years. We are honored and humbled to announce that Nimble was named both Market Leader and #1 in Customer Satisfaction on G2 Crowd’s Fall 2016 rankings. Read more ›
Being a successful writer is not just about how well you can turn a phrase–it’s also about being a good salesperson. In order to get your writing and research published on other websites, you need to master the art of the pitch.
You might send a pitch to a reporter asking them to cover a study you have published on your website. Or perhaps you contact the editor of a popular blog offering to write a guest post for them. But no matter whom you’re reaching out to, the rules for writing a good pitch are basically the same. Read more ›