What does the Twittersphere think of Salesforce.com?
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@MarcBenioff may twitter in a Facebook tone of voice (e.g., “is at a demo.”), but Salesforce.com has embraced the microblogging platform, with its Salesforce for Twitter solution, 10 Twitter handles of its own, and a formal URL for its Summize results at www.salesforce.com/twitter. CRM magazine can be found at www.twitter.com/CRM; blogs and live-twittering appear at www.twitter.com/destinationCRM. Reach us directly by starting your tweet with @CRM.
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Crisis: Salesforce Support hold music changed from Hawaiian music to smooth jazz. What happened, @asksalesforce?
@CRMFYI No crisis - Salesforce Support is implementing a new call-delivery system to better serve our customers. More info at Dreamforce.
I worry about a company that uses SFDC as an acronym for salesforce.com
Dreamforce web site down again! Been trying 2 register for last 3 days & still no success. Always down 4 maintenance. #salesforce #SFDC
RT @Bob_Thompson Another $CRM claim bites the dust. Plantronics has not “standardized” on the Service Cloud http://sn.im/bt0911
Salesforce.com CEO Benioff - #347 on Forbes Richest Americans 2009: http://sn.im/forbes400-09benioff
Nice new experience with Salesforce Premier Support - They know who I am when I call in; finally there’s a point to entering your ID #
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