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How to Communicate With Your Developer Groups Like a Pro

Let’s face it—third party developer groups are essential to your platform’s success. Operating simultaneously as builders, platform evangelists, mentors and documentarians, they’ve already become a mega force for companies like Google, Amazon, Apple—and it’s no small wonder. Companies see a clear advantage in forming a developer relations program to recruit,…

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Announcing The Mobilize App, Enabling Large Group Messaging on The Go

The world is more connected today than it has ever been before. Traditional email changed the way we communicate personally and professionally. Facebook allows us stay in touch with friends around the the world. Twitter instantly spreads the word about breaking news, and Slack enables internal communication for businesses. But…

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The Future of Group Communication: Our Commitment to Global Groups

It’s no secret that technology is advancing rapidly. While self-driving vehicles, drones and bots are exciting, I still believe with all my 💙  that the future will always be all about PEOPLE. To further Mobilize’s commitment to empowering people to collaborate at scale, I’m excited to announce the launch of…

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How San Francisco’s Etsy Seller Community Grew 57% Using Mobilize

SF Etsy, the San Francisco Bay Area Street Team—a collective of Etsy sellers—found Mobilize on a journey to build a thriving network of local artists. According to Rebecca Saylor, the network’s co-lead, Mobilize has been instrumental in growing the community from 1,400 sellers to 2,200 in one year. MEET REBECCA…

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Case Study: How Vinted Mobilized Their Brand Ambassadors

Vinted—a peer-to-peer marketplace to sell, buy and swap vintage clothing—found Mobilize while on a quest to empower and scale their ambassador program. According to Ro Hensley, Community Ambassador of Vinted, Mobilize has helped Vinted create a movement full of loyal users known as “Vintees” that has grown organically from thousands…

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Nonprofits Creating A Movement: Overcoming 4 Common Challenges With Mobilize

My professional journey prior to Mobilize was an interesting mix of working with tech companies and volunteer-based organizations. The common thread between every role I ever had was the way our success relied on bringing groups and communities together. While such organizations were able to attract a lot of supporters,…

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Our Commitment to Nonprofit Organizations: The Time to Mobilize is Now

The power of groups has long been an unstoppable force in history, but now with technology, the extent of its impact has grown in an unparalleled way. Since November 8, an unprecedented number of movements and social initiatives have started. The American Civil Liberties Union received $24 million in donations…

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Lean Startup Ideas: How Etsy, Docker & Prezi Mobilized Networks to Scale

I recently had the amazing opportunity to speak at San Francisco’s Launch festival. In front of hundreds of talented entrepreneurs, I gave a presentation on how startups can scale their businesses and add more people to join their vision, all while keeping spend low. In an age where growth expectations…

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Build Your Startup’s Community: How to Do More With Less

Startups are expected to grow faster, and with fewer resources, as more companies continue to rewrite the definition of overnight success. For example, it took Candy Crush about half a year to obtain 50 million downloads and $500 million in consumer spend. For B2B companies, it used to be impressive…

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