This week, we went heads-down in preparation for a big site update next month. We also got to hear stories like Jed’s (we’re pretty thrilled for him) and see more people not only join Crash, but also be equipped to get opportunities they’re actually excited for–like the Crasher who wrote this in a pitch for a company he’s interviewing with:
“Because I bring a technical background to the table, you can reduce overhead by hiring me into your sales role, even though I don’t have the sales experience–where you traditionally need a salesperson and a sales engineer…I can do both.”
Here’s what we did this week to gain traction, build out the product, and more.
A Summary of Our Work This Week
Released a new no-resume tool built with no code: How to Pitch
Our story of building tools with no code to save engineering time got featured on Makerpad (written by the one and only Chuck Grimmett)
Dave and Chuck continued working toward our new content site launch (this meant finishing new website styling, mocking up category and article pages, fixing WordPress integrations, debugging issues that broke our API for a bit, and collaborating with marketing to decide which content to release first)
Isaac, Mitchell, and Morgan wrote thousands of words in the form of anchor post copy, blog articles, tweets, emails, weekly newsletters, and more