You run a business, and your business runs on time. Whether your need to bill your customers, or knowing which projects use up precious...
Having a well-oiled, active todo app is a great thing. You’ve got your big projects outlined, your daily tasks scheduled, and you can add that request for “one more thing…” in a matter of seconds. In short: You know exactly what needs to be done, and have a plan for checking all the boxes. Unfortunately, sometimes life throws a wrench [...]Thomas Cannon
To help you start the new year right, we wanted to give you a real-world example of how you can use your Noko data to make sense of your time and improve your business. I have a separate Noko account for almost everything going on in my life. Working, going to school, and investing in the future is a lot to juggle — and Noko helps keep [...]Thomas Cannon
It’s the end of the month and you’re asking yourself the age-old question: “Where did the time go?” * You know you were busy, but you can’t pinpoint exactly what you worked on * On some days, the office was bustling with activity * But on other days it was so quiet you could hear a pin drop Worst of all, it seems [...]Thomas Cannon
Increase conversion rates and avoid common A/B testing mistakes: an interview with Patrick McKenzie (patio11)
Today’s interview is with one of the most pragmatic and successful conversion rate optimizers in the industry. After having to A/B test Bingo Card Creator to near-perfection, Patrick McKenzie has learned about what does (and more importantly, doesn’t) work in the complex field of turning visitors into paying customers. You may [...]Thomas Cannon
Today we wanted to tell you about another great way to log your time in Noko: through your commit messages! That’s right, we’ve built service hooks for Github and Beanstalk. Any commit message with a special time format will log time in Noko, which will include the full commit message and a link to the commit itself. That way, [...]Thomas Cannon