Tamara Burkett is a CRM consultant, virtual meeting producer and speaker, who fully believes in the power of personal connection to motivate, inspire, and educate.
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By combining her own personal first-hand experience, with her business expertise, she delivers dynamic, compelling, yet relatable interviews, on-line events, panels, and meetings that have been met with rave reviews, and can be customized to suit your audience.
Tamara Burkett is known as the Customer Loyalty Architect due to the measurable results her clients achieve. She helps business owners on average, to double their sales conversations in 3 months or less. As a #1 Bestselling Business Author and Consultant, Tamara is a savvy relationship builder. She appreciates the unique qualities of each person she encounters. Tamara artfully blends tech and relationship strategies to form follow-up processes her clients implement with ease. She has helped entrepreneurs and small businesses find the right technology to cultivate meaningful connections that convert.
Using CRM to Close More $ales:
We will explore how follow-up, marketing funnels, email marketing, and social media maintenance have so many plans to execute and have so little time to do them all well. I will share how one major technology, CRM (Customer Relationships management) can play a key role in scaling your business.
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CRM Myths & Mistakes That are Costing You Money:
Migrating to a CRM causes many fears and myths to surface. And myths, just like diseases, can be contagious. Myths surrounding CRMs are keeping a lot of business owners in the dark ages and robbing them of the opportunity to create systems and increase profitability.
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The 3 C’s of a Leveraged CRM:
Few things are as frustrating as going through an expensive, time-consuming process of implementing a new CRM system, only to realize you are not leveraging it as effectively as it can be, thus costing you lost revenue. It’s a common problem, with failure rates averaging between 30 and 70%. So, the real question is, what has your CRM done for you lately?
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