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Although I follow a lot of people on twitter and some great links are tweeted I’m not sure every reads the actual blog/articles they are tweeting.
It’s probably accurate to say there are a lot of people who are in tweeting/retweeting over drive and I myself have been guilty of this. Going forward I am going to try and tweet half as much but twice as well. E.g. tweet less often but better.
So what am I going on about (lots of waffle without getting to the point, which seems contradictory to the point above, in fact even stopping getting to the point to have a discussion with myself in between a pair of round brackets!)
So I thought I would just highlight some of the very good CRM blog posts I have read this week
I thought I would split them up into versions of Dynamics CRM and then a bonus other
A little known fact about Jukka is his full name is actually Jukka Niiranen (Jukka Niiranen) if you believe his MVP Profile here, yes that’s right, he is so good his parents named him twice, with brackets
Everyone has probably asked themselves this question after they have had a few drinks, relationships have split with couples raging over what is better. Finally CRM Counsellor Scott Durow and his trusty brown cap come to the rescue with a detailed look at both options
A step by step blog post using the Ribbon Workbench to add a new button in the CRM 2013 environment to enable you to get mail merging at a click of a button, bliss.
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