One of the conceptual learning curves inherent in BlueCamroo is understanding the distinction between accounts and contacts. BlueCamroo has an import utility that allows you to import leads, accounts, and contacts from a CSV (comma separated values), Excel, or Access file. A lot of times new users export their list of Outlook contacts into a CSV file and then try to import them directly as BlueCamroo contacts. The results are, shall we say, not pretty.
Brevity is the soul of wit, as Bill Shakespeare said. We've all been in meetings that seem to go on forever and without a point. Researchers have found if meetings are conducted without the benefit of chairs (i.e., the ability to sit down), they tend to last half as long. President Ronald Reagan was famous for having all of the day's news (both domestic and international) summarized by his staff into one short page. This also carried over to almost every issue faced by Reagan. He believed (rightly or wrongly) no issue was so complex that it couldn't be summarized in one page.
Welcome, Apple, to the cloud. June 6, 2011 Apple announced its new iCloud service. For Cloud companies like yours truly (BlueCamroo) Apple's entry into the cloud raises all boats. The run up to iCloud helped push cloud computing into the headlines of major media organizations like CNN.
In April we covered a way to use Social Network Scout to get more leads via Twitter. Actually, if you click the Social Network Scout tag most of the BlueCamroo blog topics are about how to use Twitter to hone in high quality leads. This post we're going to look at three third party tools you can use to supplement your experience and increase the number of people you follow/follow you.