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How do I differentiate potential client of active customer accounts in CRM?
As did an import of a list of accounts to a campaign and they mingled with customer accounts.
Generally the Customer Relationship field should be leveraged for this. You can use that to show who has done business versus who is a new potential customer. It also can be used to split out non-customer accounts, such as vendors and partners.
I am new to CRM have little knowledge. is to share a screen for me to understand better?
Well, you can use lead entity next time.
Mind the lead has the functionality to be converted into account and contact
And can be used in marketing list, campaigns etc.
If you did import then you can find all the records created from import on the import section
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