There’s a lot to keep track of. Your proposal’s sent out, but your deadline -- and your sanity -- all depend on hearing back.
We've all been there. That's why we've built Sidekick for iPhone (formerly known as Signals), so you can know when you have someone's attention through custom notifications.
Now you must be thinking -- wait, a product announcement in a blog post? Don't worry, this isn't becoming the norm, but as passionate believers in a more inbound approach to selling, we had to share our latest free mobile application that will mobilize your sales strategy.
Stop Waiting, Start Knowing: Introducing Sidekick for iPhone
You're not always at your desk. But that doesn't mean you have to leave your hottest prospects behind. Today, Sidekick by HubSpot is introducing a new iOS application that will keep your prospects as close to you as your beloved smartphone.
Here's how you can use Sidekick for iPhone -- for free.
1) Keep your hottest prospects right in your pocket.
You're not always at your desk, but that doesn't mean you have to leave your hottest opportunities behind. With the Sidekick mobile app, you'll receive instant push notifications when your prospects are opening and clicking your emails -- so you can act in real-time.
2) Instantly see how connected you really are.
Why set arbritary six month "followup" dates when you can review your engagement history with a prospect, and connect when you're both ready? The Sidekick app loads your conversation history so you're equipped with the intelligence you need to click, connect, close.
3) Swipe. Call. Close. It's that simple. [Paid Feature]
Sometimes the perfect sales opportunity gets lost. And when that golden lead reawakens, you want to act instantly. With a seamless integration with Salesforce and HubSpot, the Sidekick iOS app lets you instantly call a contact who is ready to talk business. Simply upgrade to Sidekick for Teams to take advantage of this.
How are you employing a mobile sales strategy? We'd love to hear in the comments.
Originally published Mar 25, 2014 8:00:00 AM, updated October 20 2016