Canvas

Where content creation meets collaboration.

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Research starts by asking the right questions

Ask the Sales team:

When talking to prospective clients about our new product, what lines resonate with them the most?

Collective Intelligence easily allows you to reach out to various departments to find the information you need to write excellent content without scheduling a single meeting.

Ask the Engineering team:

What product features do you think are the most valuable to the customer? Why?

Start writing while the research is done for you.

We asked our team:

What is one lesson you learned while working at a start up?

Assumptions are Necessary

In my previous experience, companies have a pretty strong understanding of the customer requirements for any of the products I had my hands in. At a startup we are forced to make assumptions to answer the same question, "What do our customers need?"

Phong Nguyen
Director of Engineering
Stay Flexible

A startup can be a roller coaster of emotions and sometimes your plans don't work out. You have to be nimble enough to take on may projects while staying organized.

George Sturgis
Director of Marketing
Stability is Not an Option

Stability is a staple at most large organizations because they really aren't that pressed for time. In a startup environment, everything is in constant flux. You must always be adapting to the new challenges that present themselves daily.

Ian McChord
Executive
The Stakes Are High

In the early days, when you have been working 75+ hour weeks and sales are at $0, it can feel just plain deflating. Investing so much time and energy with no guarantee of a payoff can weigh on you, but when we made our first sale it felt like we were on top of the world.

Mike Hruza
UX designer
Know your Limits

While a flatter organization is preferable to me than the alternative (a C-level in some ivory tower somewhere) for many reasons, I have had to learn my limitations and also how to say no when my workload is becoming too unwieldy.

Davis Balgley
Full Stack Engineer
Keep Your Priorities Straight

Prioritizing and time management can be extremely difficult to handle at a start as there are so many tasks pulling you in different directions. Setting clear goals over various time lines is essential to stay on track at a startup.

Jerry Goblirsch
Assistant to the Manager

Dynamically move the feedback that you want to use into your content piece.

Your Content Piece

Stability is Not an Option

Stability is a staple at most large organizations because they really aren't that pressed for time. In a startup environment, everything is in constant flux. You must always be adapting to the new challenges that present themselves daily.

Ian McChord
Executive
Know your Limits

While a flatter organization is preferable to me than the alternative (a C-level in some ivory tower somewhere) for many reasons, I have had to learn my limitations and also how to say no when my workload is becoming too unwieldy.

Davis Balgley
Full Stack Engineer

The Content Editor

The content editor is designed with SEO in mind. Easily add the headers you need to be found in search results.

After putting the finishing touches on, export your content in a formatted .docx file with one click.

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