Small Business

Using Social Ads to Shatter the Ceiling for Female Business Owners

Using Social Ads to Shatter the Ceiling for Female Business Owners

Facebook ads offer endless potential for female business owners to increase social visibility. This social awareness can be the spark to driving more customers down your sales funnel. Facebook ads that convert can be as elusive as they are ripe with business potential. As a female business owner, you can call upon your creativity and intuition to create effective campaigns that truly work. Read more ›

Nimble Joins Pitney Bowes’ Small Business Partner Program

Nimble Joins Pitney Bowes’ Small Business Partner Program

Nimble today announced it has joined Pitney Bowes’ newly launched Small Business Partner Program. The global technology company provides innovative products and solutions to power commerce. We are honored to be part of this partner ecosystem and excited to have the opportunity to deliver our simply smarter Social Sales and Marketing CRM to more than 1 million small- and medium-sized Pitney Bowes customers. Read more ›

Social as a Word is Going Away — And We’re Just Going to Get Back to Doing Business

Social as a Word is Going Away — And We’re Just Going to Get Back to Doing Business

Nimble’s CEO and Founder, Jon Ferrara, recently got connected with Brent Leary of Small Business Trends to discuss the history, present, and future of the always growing CRM market space. This podcast marks the 7-year-anniversary of this series, which also began with an interview with Jon. In this 20-minute episode, Jon speaks in depth about the way both GoldMine and Nimble gained success, and how certain aspects of these companies will be utilized by business people as time goes on. They also discuss cloud technology, AI, customer engagement, and sales. Read more ›

Online Branding with LinkedIn for People and Companies

Online Branding with LinkedIn for People and Companies

LinkedIn has been an incredibly valuable asset for professionals and companies since it launched in 2003. With its easy, interactive resume design, it lends itself to be a powerful database and gives you the ability to connect with high-ranking professionals in your career field and beyond. In this day and age, having a LinkedIn account is a necessity. No matter who you are or where you work, you can greatly benefit from the networking abilities of this professional social media site. We’ve compiled a list of the most important things we think every individual and/or company should consider when refining their LinkedIn profiles.

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Important Tips for Small Business Web Design and Few Mistakes to Avoid

Important Tips for Small Business Web Design and Few Mistakes to Avoid
By September 17, 2017 Marketing, Small Business

New firms, companies, and startups appear every day. At the same pace is growing concern for good web design, but it is still a process that needs to be much more developed in the minds of new entrepreneurs. It is up to us, whether we are partners, owners or contractors, to show the importance and the solutions that a strategic web design will make a good contribution to the company. So here are some tips and possible adjustments that can be made to the small business website that will bring good results in a relatively short period of time. Read more ›

Nimble: CRM For The Social World, an Interview with Jon Ferrara

Nimble: CRM For The Social World, an Interview with Jon Ferrara

Mario Martinez Jr., the founder, and CEO of Vengreso, recently recorded a great podcast episode with our CEO Jon Ferrara. They talked about the changes that have happened in the sales world, what social means for selling in 2017, and Jon also offered his advice to those brand new to the sales world.

Mario and Jon also discussed why Jon created Nimble and how it can help salespeople to manage relationships by automatically filtering all the ways a salesperson and his/her clients interact, into one simple screen, making it simple and easy to communicate, know who to reach out to, and see more about the people on the other end of the interaction.  Read more ›