This startup is…Just an idea


Tagging contacts with my own custom tagging system isn’t possible on LinkedIn


A browser plugin that lets me tag someone on LinkedIn and add to a simple CRM


A simple CRM that has a browser plugin so that I can tag contacts in LinkedIn.



Tagging is a start. But what about followup? Or what about when they accept my friend request? Or if they don't? You don't get their contact info until they do. What if you msg them? Are they more valuable? Can "value" of the contact be tracked without my intervention (based on # and quality of msg exchange for example)? And then when it comes to using these contacts, can I run form emails or letters? Or maybe even using something like to produce full blown funnel pages?


Got a potentially good domain name "The CRM that takes 30 seconds to learn."

This page represents just one of the many startup ideas that I post publicly. I tend to do this ideation work a LOT thanks to my ever curious brain. 

Very few of these turn into reality but they represent fun thought experiments that I sometimes review, add to and explore further. 

I share this stuff freely online because ideas are meaningless without execution.

If you like the idea on this page, and want to work on it, feel free. 

Let me know if you do. I might want to join in!

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