We use Airtable at Krit all the time - including for our content calendar. Centralize your content needs all in one place with Airtable’s free template, so your team can eliminate busywork and focus on what it does best - creating great content. P.S. It’s also a killer tool for building no-code prototypes. #sponsored
At the same time as Slack was filing for their IPO, the Doist team released this blog post. They found Slack was killing their productivity, so they set out to build a different kind of messaging app called Twist. I’m bullish on Slack, although I totally agree with them that it can be distracting. But so can email and lots of other tools. Anyone here buy some Slack stock? #featured 💫
Product comparison pages are a common tool for SaaS websites. The typical example is that classic chart, where 2 or 3 of your competitors check a few boxes… while your tool checks ALL the boxes. Drift said screw that, and instead wrote one of the best sales pages I’ve ever seen. It’s so good people are sharing it organically. #sales 💸
This is a topic I’ve done a lot of research on over the past year and I wish this post had existed then! It’s full of tons of great advice. We’ve had some luck implementing this advice (we got some awesome, diverse candidates for our last job) but still have a long way to go. Take the time to read it, everything here will help you hire better applicants all around. #hiring 👩💻
Here’s a weird one to get your creative juices flowing - courtesy of my good friend Laura Bosco. I’m admittedly pretty lousy at stretching. I do it before every workout, mostly because the coach at my gym tells me too. The comparison to flossing is pretty spot on - I want to do it more, but it’s just not that much fun. #interesting🔥
This is a great right up from Dianna Allen about her process of building her startup without code, despite being able to code herself. The great part about the no-code movement is that people are testing things faster. We had a client who was a great person, but still hasn’t launched her product because she’s stuck in perfectionist mode. Meanwhile Dianna’s product solves the same problem and has 1000 subscribers. Start small!