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Rosemary O'Neill 344

@rhogroupee

Co-Founder @getcrowdstack online community platform. Tweets about #marketing #community #blockchain & the occasional non sequitur. 🤓

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I like HARO too, but lately it's getting clogged with faux journalist queries (ie, people writing blog posts). Still useful though.

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Our Crowdstack Pro platform does all of that. Happy to answer q's, and there's a free trial on the site: https://pro.crowdstack.com. Has a deep member search/manage function as well as automation…

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The first thing that jumped into my head is PR platforms. Cision is amazing, but super expensive. It would be cool to see an upstart company offer something for smaller businesses to be able to engage…

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I love Descript too :) But we use Camtasia here for our demo videos...it is a nice all-in-one solution that does all of the extras, effects, etc.

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Yes, I didn't even consider that angle...the API access is super valuable!

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Heck no. And they left out the one killer thing that might make me consider paying...ability to DM certain people (if that person opts into it). The only business value Twitter has for me right now is…

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We don't have guidelines, but if we did, here's what I'd like to see:
*Keep random comments in a "random" channel so I can unsubscribe if I want
*Don't post in a channel when a DM will work
*Only…

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I'm currently doing loose time-batching (like, do content creation for an hour, or 45 mins of email replies). The nature of my job won't let me do total daybatching but I'm thinking I could modify it…

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Sorry about that, I was playing with the "share a link" option, but prob should have just posted a regular post with the link inside it. Thanks! I may give daybatching a whirl too.

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We use Basecamp for shared work tasks, but it doesn't really fit well into my personal flow. So I am currently using daily notes in Noteplan 3 to peel out my own work tasks, as well as personal tasks…

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Replied to  @Vendr  on  Standard SaaS Agreement
almost 2 years ago

Agree, it would be useful to have a universally accepted template of some kind.

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Commented on  Standard SaaS Agreement
almost 2 years ago

Speaking as a SaaS vendor, that strategy would probably only work with a company that has its own internal legal team (maybe). Essentially you're passing the cost of the legal review from your side to…

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almost 2 years ago

I do go back periodically, although I've started peeling out things that I know I want for future posterity into their own folder for that purpose.

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almost 2 years ago

We can be friends then.

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almost 2 years ago

What you described sounds like the grail to me...just put in a request for invite. Thanks!

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almost 2 years ago

I've tried them ALL. To do lists are my jam, and I'm the person who adds something to the list after I've already done it, just so I can mark it done. I'm currently using NotePlan to combine notes and…

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Oh that resonates for me. I've been using different folders in NotePlan to keep my work brain and fun brain separated. (Not that work can't be fun!) Noto is really pretty.

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almost 2 years ago

The big thing for me is the ability to grab my iPad and take handwritten notes during a meeting. And then mixing the notes and comments with tasks too. I know there's more under the hood that I could…

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almost 2 years ago

Full disclosure, I am a "shiny object" person and always want to try the new thing. I have also had a lifelong addiction to Moleskines. Flirted with Evernote, the Apple Notes app, and then found…

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almost 2 years ago

We ended up choosing Groove, and I like it so far. We didn't formally test Zoho Desk, but it feels like it might be "too much" for what we need.

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almost 2 years ago

I can't imagine why you'd intentionally limit to those, considering the hassle/time lag for wire transfers/ACH payments. We offer them as an option, but also offer all of the other methods.

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Thanks! We've also evaluated HelpScout, Groove, and Freshdesk...so far it looks like Groove might win based on simplicity (while still having all of the needed features).

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almost 2 years ago

Interesting...I had used Front for a different purpose, but didn't even think if it as a support mechanism for tickets. Might have to re-look, thanks!

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Crowdstack works with a lot of B2B customers, feel free to hit me up (my username here is the same as my Twitter handle, ok to DM). Other B2B options include Higher Logic or Khoros.

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I know, right? It's like the AI version of "jetpacks"...we have heard all these promises about how useful AI is going to be, and this is the first application where I see the value instantly.

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