Adam Frankl helps startup founders create developer categories. He was the first Marketing VP at 3 developer-facing unicorns: JFrog, Neo4j, & Sourcegraph. These days, he's a full'time CEO coach, advising founders of early-stage developer-facing startups. This means Adam is on Zoom calls all day long. He turned to Storytell to get much more value from the time he's already spending on Zoom without doing any additional work.
"Storytell + Vin: 1) anonymizes and 2) extracts the pivotal coaching moment from every interaction." - Adam Frankl
If you're an executive, you're probably also on Zoom, Webex or similar calls all day long. Here's how we can help you make your meetings profitable by turning internal Zoom meetings into both internal and external go-to-market fuel for yourself and your company -- just like we're doing for Adam:
Let's make your endless Zoom meetings profitable:
What if you had a frictionless process to turn those calls you're already on anyway into:
Internal FAQ / knowledgebase content for your team, department or company
Internal company training content
Internal marketing content to rally your company
External LinkedIn thought leadership posts
External Company or personal blog posts
Even: writing chapters in a book that showcases your expertise
Storytell makes this not only possible, but it can be completely frictionless. Here's how:
In this use case example, we're going to walk through how we do this for Adam, who is often on Zoom calls with startup founders, helping them figure out their marketing strategy.
Adam wanted to take all the Zoom calls he's on and turn them into LinkedIn posts as well as a book. Here's how he did it:
If you'd rather not set this step up, you can have Vin from AmplifyThought handle it for you as a part of his service.
Option 2: Manual uploads: If you don't want all your Zoom calls automatically loaded into Storytell, you can also manually upload selected Zoom recordings into Storytell -- either the MP4, or even faster, the .vtt Zoom transcript. Here's how to do that.
You can set Zapier or Pipedream up to have each Zoom recording show up for you in email or via Slack, and then pick the ones you want to upload into Storytell -- here are two example outputs from the Zapier or Pipedream automation:
Have Zoom calls show up in your email:
Have Zoom calls show up in Slack:
Step 2: Creat a SmartChat™ tag for all your uploaded zoom content.