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Gathering information from clients can be one of the most painful parts of business. Given you’re here and reading this, I’ll guess that you’re already familiar with relentlessly chasing clients, even just for a few pieces of info. Sometimes the client has already paid you, so it’s frustrating when they won’t send the info you … Read more
REN Marketing are a digital agency based in Miami, Florida. They focus on ecommerce, and provide website design and build, usually on Shopify, through to PPC and social ads. We spoke with Franco Aquino, Operations Director, about how they manage collecting data and content from clients. Starting with Google Forms Ecommerce is an especially content-heavy … Read more
Ah, GDPR. My least favourite four letter word. As you’d expect, this is been a big part of our internal chats between our team, lawyers and the online community in general. First things first… This is not legal advice. You will almost definitely need to consult a lawyer to determine what you need to do … Read more
The latest update to Content Snare has one of the most requested features we’ve ever had – the ability to send/share requests without your client having to log in. There are also some other small goodies, all described below. Share without login When you send a request to a client, you now will be directed … Read more
While the team are working insanely hard on getting Content Snare ready, here’s a little sneak peak at what is in store. Below are two images. The first shows the dashboard. In my opinion this is the most important page of Content Snare. With a quick glance, you’ll be able to see where all your … Read more
Content Snare is part of Aktura Technology, a web app and SaaS development company. Web designers work with us to expand their capabilities. If clients ever approach you to build something that you can’t quite handle in-house, drop us a line.