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CRM Idol 2011: Paul’s First Update

April 29, 2011 No Comments

If you haven’t heard, we launched CRM Idol 2011 as of Monday – this past one that is.  What is both lovely and surprising is the amazing response we’ve gotten from all involved – the potential contestants, the media, the vendors, the influencers – the entire ecosystem that’s risen in support of helping some of the small companies get a break or get some support that they might otherwise not get.  You can check out the fundamentals here but what I want to do is update you on what’s happened since Monday including who is now in and what slots are still available – and all the additions and even some rule changes and clarifications.

I mean, think about it, this is all since MONDAY!

Read more of Paul Greenberg’s blog post

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