Using Nimble

Learn to Grow your Business with Nimble + Google Apps for Work

Learn to Grow your Business with Nimble + Google Apps for Work

The #1 cause of CRM failure is lack of use. Why? Because you have to work for your CRM by Googling people and companies before meetings and then logging who they are, what you did and what you should do next. People don’t want to spend their workday constantly editing and updating their contact records. Four years ago, Nimble set out to solve this problem by building the first relationship platform that works for you, by enriching contact and company records for you and then works with you, everywhere you work. Read more ›

How Convert Combined Nimble + Google Apps for the Ultimate Social CRM Productivity Suite

How Convert Combined Nimble + Google Apps for the Ultimate Social CRM Productivity Suite

I recently sat down with Convert’s CEO Dennis van der Heijden to learn about how the new Nimble integrations with Google Apps for Work are helping him run his company, and could work for yours.  

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How To Be Nimble In Twitter

How To Be Nimble In Twitter

If you are using Twitter for business you might enjoy this post. No matter if you are using Twitter on their native platform or in Hootsuite or any other social media listening app, the chances are, you probably communicate daily with so many people that it is hard to keep track. Read more ›

A Quick Guide To Getting Started In @Nimble

A Quick Guide To Getting Started In @Nimble

Before I became a member of the Nimble team a few years ago, I knew very little about social CRMs. I mean, I simply knew the basics, that being CRM stands for customer relationship management and gathering all of your contacts in one platform. Read more ›

Tips for Teams! Being Nimble with Team Management

Tips for Teams! Being Nimble with Team Management
By January 29, 2016 Social Selling, Using Nimble

Recently, our team of Nimble Care Ninjas has seen many questions from team leaders asking for some advice on the following:

“Contacts and Deals are all public! How can I differentiate which Deals my team members are working on, and who they are in charge of reaching out to?” Read more ›