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What are the best relationship management apps for personal use?

I network a lot and am looking for something super simple to keep track of who I meet up with and remind me if I had not followed up with someone. It should have a web component and a mobile component.

I do not need pipelines/funnels or lead-lists.

I have looked at a bunch of apps/services but they all seem to be mildly simpler versions of Salesforce or trying to automatically deduce "who I should be speaking with" instead of tracking who I actually do meet with!

Let me know if you know of any really good ones!

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Roger Smith
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Roger Smith Entrepreneur
Chief Technology Officer at RealtyClub Investment Advisors
Hi Charlie, I may be biased, but I have created something to solve this problem for myself. It just launched and It is called ClientTickler you can find out more here: http://www.clienttickler.com. There is a 30 day free trial.
David Paxton
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David Paxton Entrepreneur
Premier Merchant Consulting Services
Hi Charlie,

I keep it simple. A spreadsheet. You can use GoogleSheets and access anywhere online and mobile.
Evernote works too for to-do's etc.

You can place an icon directly to the sheet on anything
Larry Kuperman
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Larry Kuperman Advisor
Director of Business Development at Night Dive Studios
I use Nutshell CRM -https://www.nutshell.com/
For me, the integration with 3rd party apps is the key.
Derek Steve Bereit
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Derek Steve Bereit Entrepreneur • Advisor
Startup founder || python neophyte, NY attorney, veteran || general counsel Nimbo || co-founder Symptomly | Techstars
STREAK integrates right into GMail/APPS.
Stephen Campbell, PMP
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ONDIGO. Awesome mobile integration.
Shlomi Dinoor
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Shlomi Dinoor Entrepreneur
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There is a nice tool developed by a fellow FD member: https://www.getcontastic.com. You might want to check it out as it might address what you are looking for.
Faun deHenry
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Faun deHenry Advisor
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Take a look at Yesware, which "bolts on" to Gmail and also has a mobile app.
Jesse D. Landry
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Jesse D. Landry Entrepreneur
Business Development
RelateIQ keeps you on top of your contacts - Might be a little loaded for what you need though.


Ron Immink
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Ron Immink Entrepreneur
Founding Partner at Strategy Crowd
Onepagecrm does the trick
Brahm Kiran Singh
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Brahm Kiran Singh Entrepreneur • Advisor
Eng Head - Deep Search at Quixey
Tried contastic - Very simple and light. Some things are a little unclear but awesome in general. Who built it? My kudos!
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