Twitter: A Lost Prospecting Opportunity

Twitter is where people vent out their anger on a bad product. Twitter is where people post about their immediate emotions. And that makes it one of the best prospecting strategies. LinkedIn is where almost everyone behaves professionally. It is a platform for good long-form posts (and unfortunately a ton of “good morning” and “motivation” […]

Building on the gaps in the CRM?

CRM is the largest segment of Enterprise Software market, generating over 11% of total global software revenue. Salesforce’s AppExchange hosts over 3400 apps. Presuming one:one relationship to app developers and apps on the Salesforce marketplace, that is 3400 companies relying on Salesforce’s unavailability of a feature or building onto the CRM data to sell their […]

The North Star and the Business Metrics

When I published the last post, a business head at an early stage startup messaged to tell me he related to the problem firsthand. With that validation, this post is a natural extension to the last one. If you were a navigator surfing the oceans thousands of years ago, you would be guided by the […]

You gotta have these four fields on your CRM!

From this post you will have figured there’s so much data to capture to build insights for each team, but you gotta start somewhere. Here are the must have fields your lead object to start with: 1. Lead Data Completeness: Say you have five must fill fields like industry, lead source, etc. this field is a formula field that will throw […]