Well, for those in the USA, as we know, April 15th is commonly known as Tax Day. I went to a restaurant on Wednesday and there was an advertisement taped to the glass door as you went in. It read, “To help celebrate Tax Day — Screwdrivers $1.00.” At first, I didn’t get it. So, I pondered it a tad more. After I stopped laughing, it was clear what they were suggesting. If anyone needs further clarification, email me, and I will be happy to explain.
So, I hung on to this thought for a few days. As is almost always the case, yours truly ran this thought up and down the proverbial rabbit hole. I am sure that I dissected this one more than I should. Here goes …
When compiling one’s taxes, you usually get a real good snapshot of the money you made last year and the taxes you paid on it. Okay, that is a no brainer. However, if you are like me (not sure that’s a good thing) you take a mini inventory. Okay, I made X amount of money, what do I have to show for it? Gauntlet time! Did I smile or frown?
Well, CRMs are the same way. Either you have one and it is providing excellent ROI, or you don’t have one and you are thinking of screwdrivers. My point here is that for a very low monthly investment you can prepare yourself for the biggest, silliest grin ever. What’s even better is it’s not rocket science. One of the best features of Soffront CRM is its easy adoption. No programmers needed. It is just you and your screwdrivers. Who will win come next tax day? Position yourself to become the winner. You will be glad did. Last question! You want a Phillips or flathead?
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