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Brad Hodson

Great suggestions. Just one question: where's Ty?

It really all comes down to making the right choice with your CRM software and taking advantage of its features to get insights and act on them intelligently.

Not every CRM is going to work out, all for different reasons, but the principles are true and there are tools that will help you have better relationships with your customers than you're having right now.

Some of them don't have all the features from above, but they'll still be a better choice than your current solution because any little bit helps to boost sales and retention.

It's all about relationships for sales and retention.

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