January is Contact Management System Month!
"Using Your Contact Management System to Sell with Soul (Part 2)"
Oops! You missed it! Please check the calendar to register for our next show!
Well, judging from the number of registrations, the actual attendance and all the follow-up commentary, Contact Management is a much bigger topic than I gave it credit for! Our show on January 6th was a sell-out and has generated pages and pages of good dialogue.
So, let's continue the fun, shall we?
On January 27th, we're going to pick up where we left off and SHOW you (not just tell you) how to use your contact management system to generate business and referrals from your sphere of influence - that is - how to use the conTACT management features of your system to soulfully reconnect and stay in touch with the people you know... and the people you meet.
If you don't have a contact manager yet, don't despair! The show will still be helpful and informative and might just inspire you to take that next step and commit to getting a contact management system of your very own. I hope it does, anyway. It really is important.
Using webinar technology (that is, you'll be able to follow along on the computer screen as I demonstrate various techniques), I'll walk you thru how I use contact management technology to, to put it bluntly, make money. It's pretty simple stuff, actually, but in so many cases, simple is ... simply better.
We'll talk about acknowledging birthdays and other important dates; how to group and categorize your sphere without overdoing it; how to set up action plans and tasks to stay in touch your sphere of influence both on an individual basis and with mass-communications projects. Stuff like that.
Again, we'll be using webinar technology, so you'll need to be in front of a computer with a high-speed connection to get the most out of the show.
Oh, one more thing. If you don't have a contact management system and are looking for one, try mine. It's called Ixact Contact and you can get a 60-day free trial by signing up here: http://www.ixactcontact.com/JALM. I highly encourage you to explore the site a little before the show so that it looks familiar to you, which will make it easier to follow along.