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Buddy Media

Endorsements : 1

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Buddy Media, now owned by and integrated with Sales Force, provides social media management software and provides tools to help media companies and businesses manage their marketing efforts on social media sites. Integration with Sales Force allows new options to listen, connect and engage socially with customers. 

Endorsements by : Rob Weisbord


The Pursuit Group

Endorsements : 1

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The Pursuit Group is a consulting firm that works  to create a  leads funnels of weighted qualified leads via social media and other platfomrs. 

 

Endorsements by : Rick Blair


FileMaker

Endorsements : 1

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FileMaker Pro is an easy-to-use database management software for the iPad, iPhone, Windows, Mac and the web.

Endorsements by : Paul Nyberg


Relationals

Endorsements : 1

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Relationals provides customer relationship management (CRM) software specifically for the media industry. Features include 360-degree view of an account, web leads integration, meetings calendar, pipeline reporting, automatic proposal and contract generation from template, team member file sharing, customer surveys and Outlook integration. 

Endorsements by : Cynthia Donovan


The Databank

Endorsements : 1

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This CRM tool is designed for non-profits. Includes views of prospects social media use, sign ups and hour tracking for events and tracking other fundraising opportunities.

Endorsements by : Jeremy Iggers


Brainworks

Endorsements : 1

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Brainworks Newspaper Software provides advertising, ad tracking, order entry and billing software that integrates with sales CRM. Mobile enabled. Works primarily with print companies.

Endorsements by : Courtney Ratcliffe


HubSpot

Endorsements : 1

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HubSpot is an inbound marketing software company that helps businesses build and track inbound lead generations from a variety of social platforms.  Expert in use of registration for e-papers to build B2B leads. 

 

Endorsements by : Ian Hartten


Pre1 Software

Endorsements : 2

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Pre1 Software provides integrated advertising management, CRM, production and accounting software for print media companies. 

 

Endorsements by : Chuck Davis, Matt Gibson


ZapPowee

Endorsements : 1

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ZapPowee provides an email funnel, in which prospects fill out a form and survey to acquire a discount code, providing data for highly targeted leads, which are sent directly to sales people for follow-up.

Endorsements by : Steve Wilder


Marketing Solutions Group

Endorsements : 4

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SugarCRM is an increasingly popular customer relationship management software owned by Marketing Solutions. The relatively low-priced platform integrates with social media, email, mobile and call centers. Used by Morris Publishing Group to run its sales teams, see Four Keys to Managing the Work-from-home Sales Department.

Read the full story on how Morris Publishing Group succeeds; 'Agency 2.0; Main Street Digital Increases Revenues Tenfold in Two Years' at LocalMediaInsider here. 

Endorsements by : David Jonah, George Coleman, James James Smith, Steve Gray


Zoho

Endorsements : 1

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ZohoCRM is a customer relationship management platform with some unique features, including automatically populating with leads from the media website, mobile access for sales reps, customizable rules and an opportunity tracking tool. 

Endorsements by : wendy darland


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SDS, Inc.

Admall provides research on local markets by industry for sales teams. SalesTouch CRM, created by SDS, Inc, for customers of AdMall, is designed specially for local media companies and uses rolling financial data to prioritize leads and gives a daily "who to call next" list. Features include four priority levels that are determined by history of spending, and seasonality, size and momentum. Has a mobile component. Pricing: Requires a licence to AdMall seasonal spending reports, which ranges from a few hundred to over $1000 a month based on size and licencees. SalesTouch is an additional $79 per person.  Does not integrate with accounting systems in real time, but updates every few months. Background: SalesTouch was implemented in July 2013 and is considered best of breed with six to seven figure revenue increases reported in mid-sized markets. Customers include the Southbend Tribune, Reminder Media, The Kansas City Star, Denver Post and WKEF-WRGT-TV. Case study on implementation at the Oklahoman that generated high six figures in new revenues is here at LocalMediaInsider. 

Admall's research is mentioned in 4 tips on how the Morris Publishing Group runs their 'work from home' team and in 'Agency 2.0; Main Street Digital Increases Revenues Tenfold in Two Years' at LocalMediaInsider here.

 


ASK

ASK is a new player on the market provides an automated proposal building software. They can integrate with other CRMS like sales force, or supply the CRM.