After someone tells you how much they like you over and over, after awhile, you really start to take notice. Such was the case with February’s Divvy’r of the Month, Points. After a handful of support exchanges, the loyalty coming from Points was overwhelming. We just had to take a closer look. It was no surprise to find out that Points and their content marketing team, are the “global leader in loyalty currency management.” Continue reading
If you’ve been following any of our content, social or support channels, you’ve probably heard us mention our upcoming release of DivvyHQ 2.0. For the past year, our entire team has been evaluating customer feature requests, architecting more robust/customizable user experiences, designing more intuitive user interfaces, and coding a better Divvy.
With great excitement and anticipation, we’d like to officially announce that Divvy 2.0 will be available to all existing and new customers starting on April 1st, 2014.
Why the New Platform?
When we first built and launched our application back in 2011, we had a gut-feeling we were on to something special, but truly didn’t know what to expect. However, we were blown away from all the support we received from the content marketing community. And what we did not expect was the level of interest we would instantly receive from large organizations, publishers, agencies and media companies from all over the world. We realized very quickly we developed a tool that struck a chord and makes the way organizations communicate, plan and publish content much easier.
Over the last two and a half years, we’ve been fortunate to have built great relationships with our clients. We have worked very closely with our users and they have provided us feedback and requests to ensure we continue to evolve DivvyHQ to meet their needs. And with these invaluable insights, we put our heads down to build DivvyHQ 2.0 to continue to advance our product forward and stay on the bleeding edge of the exploding content marketplace. Continue reading
After closing a recent round of funding last July, Brody Dorland and myself had the privilege of being on the Kansas City Power Lunch radio show hosted by Krista Klaus. On the show we announced our investment round with Dundee Venture Capital and discussed our future plans for DivvyHQ.
Apparently, we didn’t bomb too bad, because last Tuesday Krista invited us back to give her listeners an update on what we’ve been up to. The last few months have been a whirlwind for DivvyHQ and we’ve had a bunch of exciting developments since the last time we were on the show. So, we had a lot to talk about from key additions to our leadership team to the upcoming launch of Divvy2.0.
Also, on December 17th, I had the pleasure of co-hosting the Entrepreneur KC Radio show with our good friend Jason Grill. On the show we discussed the recent developments of DivvyHQ and spoke to Ben Rendo, Founder of the Mighty Handle, Kyle Rogers, CEO and Co-Founder of Knoda, and Sarah Granger, digital media innovator, tech journalist, author and blogger.
The start of the new year usually means hectic times for many of our clients, especially marketing/digital agencies. This year has been no different. It started with an anxious phone call from an individual deep in content planning for five plus clients. It ended with some jokes, appreciation on both sides, and another Divvy’r of the Month. Continue reading
I usually go into an angry curse-word-inducing rant every time another crummy car insurance commercial comes across my computer screen. As the “low cost” car insurance market continues to become saturated, and each company copies each other, the redundancy level skyrockets. The lack in quality and level of intrusiveness has also become more prevalent. This same scenario is happening in content marketing, and it gets me just as peeved. Here are some examples that don’t pass through the Filth Marketing Filter. Continue reading
Your cat probably didn’t pay any attention to your Content Marketing Resolutions (mine didn’t) but we sure did! Thanks to all of those who provided us with both humorous and handy resolutions - your Divvy swag is on its way! Based off all of the submittals, this next year will be a busy one for us content marketers. Take a look for yourself! Continue reading
DivvyHQ recently reached out to its clients to get some feedback on our customer support structure. We received insight from many of you on ways we could strengthen our customer support experience, and it even opened up the (email) door to handle some support questions. In some instances, it provided the opportunity to do both! Continue reading
Thanks to the Divvy client community, our product has evolved and is now growing its enterprise wings. But our team is looking to improve upon more than just our product offering. As Divvy grows, so does our need and ability to support you. So tell us. What improved customer support and product-help options would you like to see made available? Continue reading
A Big Thank You and Happy Thanksgiving to All of You…
Enjoy the Break, the Bird and the Time Off!
The team at DivvyHQ hopes you are fortunate enough to get a few days off over the Thanksgiving break. We will undoubtedly try to fit in some work during the break. However, when it comes to sitting down to a meal with family and friends, we’re all in. We hope you can do the same. Just remember though, try to share the gravy.