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Jun 27, 2007 11:52 am

Hey peeps.  I have "re-started" my cold calling efforts and I am having a problem with organization.  What are the different systems that people use.  (I also have access to an assistant who can help with the clean up after a good session--Bobby please don't make that a porn reference )...

Jun 27, 2007 12:23 pm

I used to just use excel to keep records on and outlook to set reminders on the calendar.  (The Free Version)


Now I'm using Bill Good, works extremely well, but it is very expensive.  (The Expensive Version)


I know of people who use ACT and it is much cheaper and works very well for them.  (The Cheap Version)


With the Bill Good system, we have update forms for whenever we talk to a client/prospect.  Our computer operator (your assistant) takes an hour everyday to update all the records.  That way it's very efficient.  You call, talk, take notes on paper, hang up, call, talk, etc...while she puts the information in the computer.  You can type up a very general update form and get the process rolling.

Jun 27, 2007 12:58 pm
pretzelhead:

Hey peeps.  I have "re-started" my cold calling efforts and I am having a problem with organization.  What are the different systems that people use.  (I also have access to an assistant who can help with the clean up after a good session--Bobby please don't make that a porn reference )...


You're asking a LOT from me.


Try the One Card System.