James Rose

_jimmyrose

Extract content from your website clients like magic with @contentsnare Complex custom web app/SaaS development with @akturatech

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Agree with Mark and Ella. This is so freakin' awesome. Thanks for all the love
@tomcnle What you did there, I see it
@artfulpussycat That's the goal :D Thanks so much
@WinchWebsites Thanks so much.

Someone recently brought this up as a benefit actually - chasing up content can sabotage relationships with the client. By having the software do it, it's not as bad. I never thought of it like that. Might have to add it to the copy ;)
@Shane_Dieter Thanks so much Share. I agree - it's such a pain in the butt. Hopefully we can help fix that up
@xtremewebsites Great to hear. And that feedback is AWESOME. Thanks.

We definitely didn't hold back with the UX and spent probably a bit more than we'd like on that part, but glad it's turned out. The Lean Startup people would probably shun us
@YINPodcast Thank you kind sir. Let me know if you have any questions!
@nat_chriss haha yep that rings a bell
@huistoekomstnu you know I think it could be used for that. I guess time will tell. Thanks for dropping in :)
@wellrandom time will tell. We'll be doing everything we can to make it happen. I think there will always be some clients that nothing will work on
@_jimmyrose agreed, but the easier we can make it and the more means of persuasion, the better :)
@MrDaveFoy O.M.G.

I think this has to go on the homepage. Thanks so much
@_jimmyrose Well you're more than welcome to use it. :) The very best of luck with this James.
Hey guys. Co-founder here. Our business used to focus on web design. The biggest bottleneck in the whole process was getting content from clients. We've started building Content Snare as a way to extract content from clients and help other designers claw back some of their precious time.

Hit me up if you have any questions, feedback or comments!
@_jimmyrose Hi James. Looks like we had a different James Rose listed as the founder before. Sorry about that. I've gone ahead and fixed it.

The screenshots look great! For what it's worth it took me a while to understand the tag line "Extract content from your clients". I initially thought you offered some type of website scraping service. Something to look into perhaps.
@marckohlbrugge Interesting Marc. This headline came from talking to a lot of different people, as theyfound it cut through and was easy to understand. The word "extract" might sound scrapey, hmmm. Thanks for your feedback
@marckohlbrugge Interesting Marc. This headline came from talking to a lot of different people, as theyfound it cut through and was easy to understand. The word "extract" might sound scrapey, hmmm. Thanks for your feedback