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John Doherty πŸ€“
CEO /, SEO consultant to websites with a lot of pages. Entrepreneur, traveler, ENTJ. Published on TNW, Entrepreneur, and more!
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 13h
Replying to @RozzSanz
Usually they haven't checked the URLs they are saying are an "article" that they are asking me to add a link to their "new resource" which is usually unrelated to.
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 14h
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MyCool King 14h
We're hiring for an Account Executive role. Please send awesome people you know our way
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 14h
One of my favorite things to do is reply to a bad outreach email, tell them why I am declining their pitch, and then ask them to say hello to their CEO who is a friend of mine. I get to do it at least once a week and it brings me great glee.
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 16h
OH: β€œthey don’t have cat diapers?”
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 18h
Replying to @dohertyjf
Wait, is low key a good or bad thing? I'm so old.
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 18h
Replying to @dohertyjf
OH: "You're such Instagram parents." That's not even a low key diss. That's a straight up to your face diss!
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 18h
Replying to @BSmarketer
Haha.
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 18h
Replying to @dan_shure @AliciaSilv
Whoops!
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 18h
Not sure if this group sitting near me is a mommy club or a debate group practicing. Maybe both?
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 19h
Replying to @iPullRank
I'm pretty sure I've receive the same verification code multiple times from one company.
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 19h
Replying to @briandseitel
Ha no way. I avoid Times Square like the plague. Though I'll be near there this afternoon.
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 19h
Replying to @CJSlattery
Yeah, agreed. I actually told my wife that I'm done with ABNB domestically. It's awesome abroad, but US it does not work well. Just like politics, healthcare, roads...
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 19h
Replying to @keepkalm
Yeah I do agree and as I said I LOVE Zapier. But, this is a downside to the approach.
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 19h
Replying to @CJSlattery
Yeah, I told my wife today that I'm done with ABNB in NYC. Strange things like "tell the neighbors you're my friend" and the afore mentioned issues. Time to start staying in hotels again.
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 19h
Replying to @dohertyjf
So I pay Zapier (and HS!), but have to contact HS to get something done that I use through Zapier? Doesn't really make sense.
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 19h
Replying to @dohertyjf
Second w/ Zapier (who I LOVE), wanted to do a specific thing with a tool I use and have integrated (HubSpot CRM). Zapier team doesn't own the integration (HS does apparently), so they can't prioritize a feature request to let me automate something (followups on deals).
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 19h
Replying to @dohertyjf
We've worked through most of it and what we can, but still I could've rented a hotel room 10-12 blocks away in a nice hotel for $30 less a night. I don't fault ABNB, but quality goes down as anyone scales.
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 19h
Replying to @dohertyjf
We're staying in an apartment we found on ABNB this week in NYC. TBH it's been pretty rough - the place isn't in great condition, water pressure and temp are dodgy, the key to get in wasn't where they said it would be, and the owner didn't want to give his wifi password.
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John Doherty πŸ€“ 19h
Something I am seeing as a trend that I don't like - offering a product from someone else that you can't control the quality of. This is a challenge for my own business, as well as businesses like AirBNB and Zapier (the two I have noticed this in recently).
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