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Building @blockworksgroup to make sure Wall St. doesn't f**k up Crypto. Podcasts below ⤵️

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Newsletter first media brands like Morning Brew and The Hustle have built massive newsletter lists on the back of referrals.

There are dozens of products out there:
- ReferralCandy
- Rocket…

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Used Salesforce when I did sales, now as a Co-Founder I went with HubSpot because of the bang for the buck.

HubSpot is better in most situations, unless you need dozens of plug-ins and/or you need…

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6 months ago

I run a conference business. Hopin is the best. We've demo'd everything from Run the World to Brella's new virtual feature to Crowdcast and all the legacy players.

With hopin you get:
- Mainstage…

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Globality is under the radar, but incredibly successful.

Also a POWERHOUSE team: https://www.globality.com/en-us/about-us

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6 months ago

I love this response. Thanks very much, from a happy customer :)

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You started out with a bang! a16z article, NYT article, podcasts, etc.

The invite-only list was boomin'

What's next for marketing?

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6 months ago

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Nope, just Hangouts. When others send a Zoom I'll join. But whenever we create/lead the meeting, it's through Hangouts.

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Our entire company uses Google Hangouts for both internal & external (including sales) communications. I still have not figured out why folks love Zoom as compared to Hangouts..

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#Zoom

Been using Command E for two weeks. Within the year, I think it'll replace Alfred for cloud search.

"The faster way to navigate your workspace. An easy keyboard shortcut to open any document…

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Charging by the amount of contacts.

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The ability to send outbound sequences within the CRM.

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