With the acquisition of my agency and now working as a partner on my new Salesforce partner, I have an issue where I’m running two G Suite accounts and now have 2 calendars to manage. My old agency account is still active to use for my publications and speaking – and the new account is for Highbridge. While I could share and see each calendar on the other, I also need to actually show times
Gong’s conversation analytics engine analyzes sales calls at the individual and aggregate level to help you understand what’s working (and what’s not). Gong starts with a simple calendar integration where it scans each sales reps’ calendar looking for upcoming sales meetings, calls, or demos to record. Gong then joins each scheduled sales call as a virtual meeting attendee to record the session. Both audio and video (such as screen shares, presentations, and demos) are recorded
At times, it’s often the simplest of tasks that cause web developers the biggest headaches. One of those is the simple Add to Calendar button you find on so many sites that work across key calendar programs online and via desktop applications. AddEvent is a great little service that outputs the necessary code and files to add or subscribe to Apple Calendars, online Google calendars, Outlook, Outlook.com, and online Yahoo! calendars. AddEvent offers both online
Our business is a bit unique in that we’re a specialty agency that works with a select few clients. However, with this publication along with our overall social presence produces a lot of leads. So many leads, in fact, that we often don’t have the time and resources to filter and prequalify each of those leads to identify that leads that are perfect for our business. We know that we’ve missed some great opportunities. As
Marketers have meetings all the time as do agencies… meetings are the lifeblood of ideation and planning. But meetings can be terribly unproductive as well. While many people want meetings all the time, I often resist. Meetings are taxing and expensive. Sometimes fear spurs a meeting where people just want to cover their butt. Other times, meetings produce a ton more work even though you’re not completed yet. I recently wrote a post asking, Is
Wow… just wow. I had read about CoScedule a couple months ago and finally had some time to sign up for the trial and give it a test drive. Absolutely fantastic plugin with many more capabilities that I had imagined. The ability to look at your WordPress blog with an editorial calendar of posts had been done before, even with drag and drop capabilities. CoSchedule takes the editorial calendar to an entirely new level, though.