Can you hear that? That’s the unmistakable sound of real estate agents discovering CRM. They must have read our last article. “What a time to be alive!” they scream… before, predictably, they start to whisper… “the only problem is… we don’t know which CRM system to choose”. But fear not, giddy realtor. NetHunt is here with another informational article to help you decide exactly which CRM system suits your real estate needs.

Networking pays. The 21st century saw the dawn of social media, bringing the ability to network right to our fingertips. LinkedIn is a social network that offers boundless opportunities for professionals at every stage of their career, and the recent boom in LinkedIn CRM integrations has made networking even easier. 

Starting a new business is a very romantic time when you think of it retrospectively. But at the same time it is also a very challenging one. You don’t hire a huge team to help you with any possible thing that might come up, as well as you don’t get yourself dozens of productivity tools right from the start. Instead, you’re relying on your own set of skills, aspirations, capabilities, and knowledge to make the best out of what you already have.
This is the time when you focus all your time and energy on getting your company up on its feet. Not that you don’t need any extra help, it’s just not the time for it yet.

Let’s face it, all of us use Gmail either for some personal correspondence or at work. When it comes to business, you may easily get lost in all the emails and notifications you get. For this reason, many companies consider implementing a CRM system, which helps them organize all the data. But if you are not ready to such a radical step yet, you may simply use your basic Gmail account as a whole CRM…