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Campaign Monitor Integration

Today, we’re excited to announce the integration of Simple Sales Tracking with Campaign Monitor.

The close-knit integration extends Simple Sales Tracking by adding rich email marketing capabilities provided by Campaign Monitor and their on-demand software.  Read all about Campaign Monitor.

Once enabled, easily manage the subscriptions of Accounts, Opportunities, Leads and Contacts.  The integration uniquely introduces a real-time connection to Campaign Monitor via their API. No synchronization needed, as all changes are reflected straight away.

Changes to the Name or Email address of one of those records are automatically reflected in Campaign Monitor.  Delete one, and the subscriptions are also deleted.

If you’re already using both pieces of software, there’s nothing to setup. No contacts to import or export.  The subscription statuses are automatically determined based on Name and Email address.

If you’re already setup with Campaign Monitor, and new to Simple Sales Tracking, easily import your Subscriber Lists into Simple Sales Tracking as either Contacts or Leads.

Best of all, until the end of June, access to the Integration is available to both Limited(free) and Full (paid) accounts.

Want to see the integration in action? Watch the short walk-through video.

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Twitter CRM Integration!

Twitter has grown into a massive community of people talking about everything.

People are talking about your industry, your competitors and probably about you.

Within these conversations exist opportunities to connect, generate leads, support customers and discuss your industry.  Everything from “I wish I could find someone to help me with…” to “I’m unhappy with so & so #fail”.

If you’ve used Twitter, you’ll have noticed that most people don’t hold back.  If they’re unhappy with something or someone, they’ll usually let it be known.  Likewise, if they’re especially happy.  With or without you, those conversations are taking place.

Today we announce Simple Sales Tracking’s integration with Twitter, as the first of our new Social capabilities.  After login, you’ll find a new Social tab within Simple Sales Tracking. There’s nothing to enable or passwords to enter.  Everything’s already setup and ready to go.

Need some ideas?  Here’s what you can do:

  • Monitor & Respond to Tweets about your Company, Industry or Competitor.
  • Engage Twitter users for initial sales and follow-on customer support.
  • Automatically create new Leads based on a Tweet or Conversation.
  • Share Knowledge with others on Twitter.
  • We’re on Twitter! – Follow what we’re saying at @simplesales.

Next, watch a short walk through video where we’ll setup a new search term, and use some filtering.

Finally, some great news!  The Twitter integration is available for both Limited and Full Account holders.  With Limited, track a single search term at a time, and with Full up to 10.

Where’s what some others have to say about Twitter for business:

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New Getting Started Videos Added

With the upcoming release, we’ve updated the Getting Started Videos.

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Simple Sales Tracking 3.0

We’re excited to annouce the upcoming major release of Simple Sales Tracking.

If you’re already signed up, you’ve had a couple of newsletters and a request for your feedback to help guide the direction of this next release.

If you’re new to Simple Sales Tracking, head on over to the Demo, where  many of the capabilities of the next release are already live.

In addition to what’s happening within the application, this release marks 2 new integrations with both Campaign Monitor for Email Marketing / Email Newsletters and ProWorkflow for Project Management.

Integrations are a part of how we envision future growth of Simple Sales Tracking, so stay tuned for more to come!

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Social CRM

Conversations are happening about you, your products and services and your industry all over the internet.

Chances are you’re already getting a glimpse of that via Google Alerts and Twitter.

These discussions are important and can not only give you a glimpse into popular opinion, but perhaps most importantly, can tie in well to the way you track and manage your customer relationships and sales pipeline.

We’re about to make that a lot easier with Simple Sales Tracking.  Whether you’re new or experienced with Twitter, our new Social CRM capabilities will help you leverage new ways of making connections with new and existing customers and discussions about your industry.

Here’s what we have in mind.

Twitter

  • Monitor & Respond to Tweets about your industry, company or competitor.
  • Engage Twitter users for initial sales and follow-on customer support.
  • Automatically create new Leads based on a Tweet or Conversation.
  • Share Knowledge with others on Twitter.

 

Web Alerts

Web Alerts are updates of the latest relevant search results(News, Blogs, Web, Videos, Groups), based on your choice of query or topic, captured and reported to you in real-time.

If you’ve used Google Alerts, the capability is similar, with the added benefits of filtering, blocking, and a much higher degree of refining results. Alerts are either emailed to you or provided via an RSS Feed.

Use Web Alerts to:

  • Monitor any mentions or discussion of your company or brand on the Internet.
  • Follow a developing news story.
  • Keep current on a competitor or industry.
  • Keep tabs on any keywords or phrases.

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Simple Sales Tracking is web-based sales CRM software for the tracking, analysis and forecasting of individual and team sales pipeline and contacts.

Built with simplicity at its core, focus is kept on key sales tasks, while eliminating unnecessary ones, helping to ensure buy-in of the entire sales team.
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