San Diego, California Sep 23, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – By affiliating with HQ Club, DigitalME, one of Europe’s top Digital Marketing and Marketing Automation agencies, has released the CRM Audit service for free, a service it had typically sold at $2,000. But you might be wondering: why would I want my CRM audited?
CRM (Customer Relationship Management) systems allow companies to build solid relationships with potential and current clients to improve their profits. They’ve played a vital role in marketing for the last two decades. A business without a CRM is a business doomed to failure. But still, having a CRM just for the sake of it won’t ensure its success either. That’s when having an efficient, well-implemented CRM becomes so essential.
That’s why DigitalME, the big Digital Marketing agency featured on Entrepreneur and Yahoo News, in collaboration with HQ Club, the business-to-business network platform, has released its free CRM audit service.
DigitalME it’s a big Digital Marketing agency based in Valencia, Spain, and it’s partnered with great marketing tools and service providers such as ActiveCampaign, Memberium, and, most recently, HQ Club. Upwork has also recognized them among the 0.1% of the agencies providing services on its platform.
This free CRM Audit will give you the guidelines to help your business succeed by telling you what’s working and what you should improve to boost your conversion and increase your retention rates. Also, if your company relies on Email marketing, the agency has been battle-tested by large enterprises helping them release successful and high-converting email campaigns.
Where a CRM Audit typically costs you thousands of dollars, this one is entirely free (you’ll be saving $2,000) and will put your business customer relationship on the right track. This recent affiliation of DigitalME with HQ Club is very promising.
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