AdHack launches Recotype #reco

Posted by Sarah Blue

The AdHack team have been busy lately. Not satisfied with just running AdHack (the online platform that amtches buyers of creative work to top creators), they’ve also come up with a nifty tool to manage Twitter recommendations. Recotype threads Twitter convestions around recommendations in real time, helping you keep track of all that helpful advice people are throwing your way.

Pretty much all you need to do is add #reco to any tweet and Recotype manages the rest. You’ll get a tweet with a short link to the thread from their onre.co domain. A simple idea that helps pull together all the useful information on Twitter.

James Sherrett, AdHack CEO says, "We wanted to see if we could help people get and give recommendations in a simple way that worked with how they already ran their digital lives. Next up we're talking about adding Facebook and LinkedIn." He follows this up with, “it’s an experiment we’re doing, but we’re all about building something people want. If people find Recotype fast and trustworthy, they'll use it."

Right now, they’re looking for people to sign up and try Recotype out. From there, send them feedback on how it works and how you’d like to use it. 

Company:
AdHack
Website:
http://adhack.com
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

AdHack is a community and market for people-powered advertising. Anyone can create an ad. Anyone can buy an ad. Like an eBay for advertising, AdHack connects ad buyers and ad creators in a secure web environment, enabling community interaction and transactions. More specifically, AdHack creates a fast and authentic way for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to source advertising without the slow delivery,... more


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Sarah Blue

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Sarah is currently in charge of community outreach for Cardinal Media Technologies. Cardinal is a music participation and insight platform that lets users share what they're listening to, discover new music and friends, create ad-hoc location-based networks, and influence what's playing at 'Cardinal Powered' venues. Sarah has partnered with startup and community leaders to educate... more



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