Clonefluence is just under a 5-year-old social media agency that has achieved far more than any of its contemporaries. A Forbes-rated agency spanning its influence across the globe, it is founded and led by the marketing genius and immensely gifted, Justin Grome.
Clonefluence partners with artists to further their careers in many ways like social media campaigns, professional marketing techniques, and building personal relationships with clients. The company provides top-notch services for creating, scheduling, analyzing, and engaging content to the clients who wish to enhance their social media presence, which could attract many record labels and fans. The aim is to help clients make substantial improvements in their careers and make good use of the power of social media.
Making Dreams Come True
Clonefluence is rightfully accredited to making the dreams of young artists and underground musicians come true. The company’s assistance is the sole reason behind the popularity and success of many of the musicians who sought its help. The aim is the expand its influence further and help other hundreds, thousands, and even millions who have dreamt a dream but are not empowered enough to make it a reality. However, with the right marketing strategies of Clonefluence and its one-on-one, step-by-step social media marketing plan, everything is possible.
Although the company began to cater to the musicians who aspired to make a name in the music industry, Clonefluence is set to be the agency to cater to public figures, brands, entrepreneurs, and anyone who requires unique social media assistance and growth. Since its inception in 2017, the company has only soared higher and expanded its outreach.
Customized Plans And So Much
More Clonefluence has revolutionized the social media growth industry by customizing plans for clients of every music genre. The company takes pride in working with musicians of all genres, from hardcore rap to blues and jazz. Clonefluence believes in the ability of music to change the world, and that talents are free from all kinds of social norms and backgrounds. Today, Clonefluence not only works for musicians but has also expanded into other industries, helping entrepreneurs, gamers, and YouTubers growth and progress through customized social media marketing campaigns and growth plans.
Transparency and Authenticity
Clonefluence has empowered a large number of individuals, helping them elevate their careers. Through successful marketing campaigns, clients have experienced massive growth on social media platforms. Clonefluence attracts clients largely because of its open and transparent dealings as all growth is provided organically. The company consistently provides evidence on its website and on social media platforms of real clients, statistics, case studies, and results to showcase not just the success but also determine the authenticity of the company.
Amid the AI hype, don’t forget about no-code
No-code startup Softr, which allows its customers to build apps from their existing data, announced Tuesday that it has added Google Sheets to its integration list.
Previously, Softr focused on Airtable databases. Its move to support data from Google’s spreadsheet product likely expands its potential customer pool. Even before that expansion, CEO Mariam Hakobyan told TechCrunch+ that her company grew its annual recurring revenue 3x from December 2021 to December 2022.
Softr’s quick revenue expansion is a good reminder that while the tech world seems completely consumed by all things AI, there’s quite a lot of work going on in other areas that are worth keeping an eye on.
That said, there is an interesting connection between AI and no-code worth writing down: Both are potentially great expanders of human capability. AI tooling could operate as a second brain of sorts for the digitally busy, and no-code services may allow nondevelopers to build the tools they need to complete their work. In both cases, the genres of new tech development have a shot at helping regular folks do a lot more, more quickly and often at a low cost.
Something else that modern AI tooling and no-code share is accessibility. Softr, for example, grew its base of signed-up users from 35,000 to 150,000 in 2022. That’s really quite a lot for a service that was, until recently, Airtable-specific. On the AI side, I don’t need to reiterate just how much market demand there is for modern LLM tooling.
Let’s dig into Softr’s progress since we last covered the company and chat about what we can learn about no-code progress as a method of building more accessible software.
Softr, no-code and empowering the regulars
Ask anyone who works at a company that builds software and isn’t part of the engineering or product orgs how long it will take them to get something built for their own needs. Without even making Jira ticket jokes, we all know what the answer will be. And to a degree, the standard situation makes sense: What nondeveloper employees need is often pretty basic software, and expensive engineers need to focus on the company’s core offering not internal tooling.
Twitter’s legacy blue checkmark era is officially over
Twitter appears to have officially killed off its legacy blue checkmarks, one of the last remaining vestiges of the pre-Elon Musk owner era.
The legacy blue checks, which Twitter doled out to journalists, celebrities and other public officials for free to help curb impersonations and spam, were supposed to end April 1.
Musk took to Twitter on April 11 — days after the legacy checkmarks should have disappeared — to shift the end date to April 20 or 4/20. Yes, that’s the day when folks honor weed because Twitter is now owned by a middle schooler.
With the legacy checkmarks gone, Twitter will have verification marks only for paid users and businesses as well as government entities and officials. Now, if a user sees a blue checkmark and clicks on it, the label reads: “This account is verified because they are subscribed to Twitter Blue and verified their phone number.”
Autotech Ventures’ new $230M mobility fund adds fintech, circular economy to its investment strategy
Autotech Ventures will use its newly closed $230 million fund to expand beyond its foundation of early-stage ground transportation startups and invest in what the firm believes are the next big opportunities in automotive and mobility.
Fintech, logistics, supply chain and the circular economy are at the top of the list.
The $230 million fund, its third since launching in 2017, will be used to invest in seed through Series C mobility-related startups, according to the company. A mixture of financial and corporate LPs, including Allison Transmission, American Axle, Iochpe-Maxion and Shell participated in the fund.
“We’re still a ground transportation-focused firm and we have a very similar strategy [with this fund],” Alexei Andreev, Autotech Ventures managing director told TechCrunch. “On a high-level, it’s same as Fund 1 and Fund 2. However, one of the fastest areas of growth is SaaS-enabled fintech. Auto commerce is inefficient and there are large pockets of profit to capture.”
The firm is particularly interested in transportation-related fintech ventures that are poised to grow during a recession.
“We made a prediction that sooner or later there will be a recession and we identified areas that benefit when the economy softens, Andreev said, noting that this latest fund invested in Yendo, a Dallas-based startup (formerly known as Otto) that lets customers borrow against their vehicles at the same interest rate as standard credit cards.
Autotech Ventures’ previous fintech investments include U.K.-based buy now, pay later startup Bumper and Carpay, a buy here, pay here loan servicing SaaS platform for car dealers.
Andreev said the firm is also investigating investment opportunities in the circular economy, a nascent industry focused on finding ways to reuse materials and products. Circular economy startups have garnered an increasing amount of attention and investment as automakers transition away from gas-powered vehicles and towards EVs.
Autotech Ventures is also cautiously wading into generative AI, although Andreev was quick to note that the company has not made any investments in that area.
Autotech has more than $500 million under management and has invested in more than 40 companies.
Some of the firm’s investments include computer vision startup DeepScale (which was acquired by Tesla), Lyft, used vehicle marketplace operator Frontier Car Group, Drover, Outdoorsy, Swvl, parking app SpotHero and Xnor.ai, which Apple acquired in January 2020. Five of those startups have gone public, including indie Semiconductor and Volta Charging.
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