Pipedrive is the sales management platform that helps you win more business, manage big sales, and keep your pipeline growing. It's flexible enough to fit in any sales process
Canny is a cloud-based solution that helps small to large businesses collect, analyze, prioritize and track user feedback to make informed product decisions.
It's easy to connect Pipedrive + Canny without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.
Triggers every time a deal matches a Pipedrive filter.
Triggers upon an addition of a new activity in Pipedrive.
Triggers every time a new deal is created.
Triggers when a new organization is created.
Triggers when a new person is added.
Triggers every time an organization matches a Pipedrive filter.
Triggers whenever a person matches a Pipedrive filter.
Triggers upon a updation in an existing deal.
Triggers when changes are made in an existing organization.
Triggers when an existing contact is updated.
Triggers when a new comment is created.
Triggers when a new post is created.
Triggers when a new vote is created.
Triggers when a post's status is changed.
Creates a new activity.
Creates a new deal.
Creates a new note.
Creates a new organization.
Creates a new person.
Updates an existing deal.
Updates an existing organization.
Updates an existing person.
Changes a post's status.
Include a paragraph about Pipedrive and Canny.
Your name is your points in an article. If you can’t make the introduction interesting, how can you expect the reader to continue reading
In the lead paragraph of an article, outline what your article is about – don’t tell the reader what you will go on to say, tell them what you are going to say. It may seem obvious but many people fail to do this and make their lead paragraph too long or too short.
Use power words. Power words are verbs and nouns that have a strong emotional impact on the reader. For example, a good power word for an article about the rise of robots would be ‘disruptive’. Using powerful words makes your writing more impacting and forces the reader to pay attention. You can use power words in any article, but they are especially useful when you need to grab the reader’s attention.
Know your audience. If you are writing an article for a specific group of people (e.g. potential investors. you must tailor your writing specifically to them. It is worth researching who your audience will be before writing your first draft; you should be able to find this out by looking at the guidelines for the article.
Read your article aloud. This will help you spot problems with your flow and language and will also allow you to pick up mistakes that are only apparent when you read it out loud.
Use quotations when appropriate. Quotations can add variety and interest to an article and can also help you to support your arguments by using the words of other people as evidence. However, be careful not to over-use quotations or use them in unnatural ways. Also remember that every quotation must have its source recorded in parentheses after it. The source is usually a book or an article or website but can also be another student or a teacher in a similar paper. You should record the source of all quotations – you may lose marks if you do not do this!
Use transitions between paragraphs. Transitions give a sense of direction to an article and make it enjoyable to read. In addition, they help the reader fplow your argument so try to make sure that each paragraph has some sort of transition between it and the previous one (e.g. ‘in contrast’, ‘on the contrary’, ‘on the other hand’.
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