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Feedback on Your Executive Responsibility (Inside Strategic Relations, January 1, 2005),
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Resonse from Lead Generation Strategies (Inside Strategic Relations, June 15, 2004),
"Your newsletter always takes such a unique angle on common business relationship issues. Your advice on using buying behaviors as an aspect of lead generation was simply brilliant. Of course, you're right--finding out why current customers decided to buy and duplicating that makes the utmost sense, but I had never really considered how I was wasting time and money pursuing lead generation strategies that worked for others when I didn't have any proof that they were working for me."
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From a reader of Inside Strategic Relations,
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-- Tomas Bjöersdorff, Sweden.
Readers of Leading Your Inner Circle (Inside Strategic Relations, February 1, 2004) say,
"Your comments in the newsletter are right on target. It sounds so simple, but being able to see clearly from everyone's perspective and understand what is valuable in the specific relationship at hand is not a skill most businesspeople have developed."
-- Jan Twombly, The Rhythm Of Business Inc, Co-author of Collaborative Communities (Dearborn Trade, 2001) with Jeffrey Shuman
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-- Stephen Combs, Director of Sales & Marketing, Maryland, US.
About an article 7 Strategies to Maximize CRM Impact on Business Process ...
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-- Ritendra Singh Tomar, India.
Comments about the Tool Kit 27 Ways to CRM Return on Investment ...
"CRM has its worst failures when it is approached as a technology solution, rather than a business strategy. CRM seems destined to be an excellent strategy for just a few who are bold enough to ignore vendor hype and follow their own noses."
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-- James W Wiley, President, Digital Technologies Inc.
About upcoming book The Magic 1% Principles for Implementation and Growth ...
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-- Jill Konrath, President, Selling to Big Companies.
A comment about some of publications available online individually or with a consulting package ...
"The reports are good. ... I really like the 'how to' aspect of your reports -- we need more of that in the CRM industry."
-- Bob Thompson, CRM Guru.
About article written for SitePoint, Cultivate Business Relationships on Your Website ...
"I just read 'Cultivate Business Relationships on Your Website'. Great article! I like the way you melded targeting and relationship building. Yours is the first article I have read that goes beyond generalities by specifically addressing *how* to build targeted, online relationships. The article gave me several ideas for improving my own site."
-- Bobette Kyle, Web Site Marketing Plan, St. Louis, MO, United States.
On the application of upcoming report Building Relationships with Business-to-Business Websites ...
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-- Bobette Kyle author of The 5-Step Marketing Plan, St. Louis, Mo. United States.
On tips booklet 101 Strategies for more Profitable Customers...
"That was a very powerful booklet."
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-- Matt Todd, Christ Centered Services, Alexandria, VA.
"... I am enjoying it greatly, as I have never seen anything like this before :-) ..." "Justin, you not only created a list of profitable tips, but have actually helped me organize and focus on my business-improvement efforts, and not be overwhelmed trying to succeed. I am enjoying your booklet greatly, as I have never seen anything like this before. Thank you!"
-- Milana Nastetskaya, author of First Business Web Site in 10 Days!
In praise of 14 Ways to Increase Your CRM Return on Investment...
"Your booklet, it is quite clear and to the point. Although I have other articles which discuss some similar issues, they are not as precise as your booklet. It is especially relevant as to describing how CRM is not just technology (although that can be / is a part of the process), CRM also involves people and processes."
-- Wendy Collett, Seahorse Data, Australia.
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