Learning to network

November 9, 2006

CRM – first pass

Filed under: Blogroll, CRM — Arthur M. Gallagher @ 1:02 am

So the other thing I have done is to make my first step in trialing CRM (contact tracking) systems to trace my networking activities in a more relaible storage place than my sieve-like brain.

I have signed up for an account with JibberJobber.com, an online repository for noting contacts, their details, and the activities and interactions you have with them. I will be trying out various aspects of their service over the next few days, and hope to be able to give some feedback. However I can already say that the associated blog contains some well written articles and very interesting and relevant links. This prompts me to try and work out how I can add this to my own blogroll here. The irony is that I am probably more excited about bestowing this accolade than its recipient, Jason Alba, might care (“Great! A zero traffic site has linked to me – so?”). Still, I am sure that he would be grateful (if ever he discovered 😉 ).

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2 Comments »

  1. Hey Arthur – nobody is zero traffic :p

    I look forward to what you have to say, and appreciate the endorsement to my blog.

    – jason

    Comment by Jason Alba — November 9, 2006 @ 1:49 pm

  2. I’ll tell you about another contact management – Oprius They’re quite good. I’ve used them and reviewed them in the past.

    And I agree with Jason that nobody is zero traffic. When I started mine in May I had zero readers till about end of June. 🙂 Hits were occassional from searches. Now I get about 1000 hits per month. 🙂 Get out and comment more to get more readers. Thats the main principle it works on.

    I like your theme. Nice and simple. 🙂

    Comment by Ashish C. — November 10, 2006 @ 1:03 pm


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