The Yottled Journal – April

The Yottled Journal – April It’s been a while since we’ve posted an update. Here’s Aprils! Back in a few weeks with May’s update. Hugs. Trevor and Will. Tl;dr – We’re finding a repeatable GTM with two primary personas.  We’re releasing a key feature that allows people to sell digital content.  Finally, we’re knee deep […]

Strong Mind Strong Body Fitness

Tatum uses Yottled to host coaching and classes, and distribute real estate educational content. She just released a live class, and loves that the platform sends email blasts and 24-hour reminders to her clients.

Amanda K. Fitness

Warner says she needed a website, Zoom or another streaming video conferencing service, a way to process credit card payments, and some way of keeping records of payments. She found Yottled through word of mouth, and it saved her a lot of anxiety.

Carol Taylor Life Coaching

Taylor loves how Yottled maintains her contacts and sends them announcements when she adds a new class. “There’s a 24-hour notification and a one-hour notification class reminder,” she adds. It includes a link to the meeting, so she doesn’t have to email all her clients links to each class they sign up for.

Real Estate Driven

Tatum uses Yottled to host coaching and classes, and distribute real estate educational content. She just released a live class, and loves that the platform sends email blasts and 24-hour reminders to her clients.

AaDya Security

Smith reports that Yottled allowed AaDya to add extra features to their seminars and webinars that would be more than Zoom offers but not as cumbersome as Eventbrite. Yottled also integrates with Hubspot, so it has potential for startups that want to do more than host live events.

Training Day Personal Fitness

Malave uses the Yottled platform to build a business with features from classes to scheduling and payment processing

Talygo Flow

Unlike many coaches who seek a big platform for exposure, D’alesandro was looking for personalized attention and a community feel, which is important to her brand and her values as a person. “I found Yottled through the girl creating my website,” D’alesandro says. “I told her I needed a place to host my classes. But I didn’t want to be on a big platform where I would get lost.”

Dre and Jac

“I tried to do Zoom classes on my own and felt a little chaotic.” Roman says it was super easy switching to Yottled to host remote events and process payments.

The Yottled Journal – February

The Yottled Journal – February If you’ve landed on this page and you’re a host, we can’t thank you enough for helping us achieve this.  It’s because of you that we will be successful.  If we can help you in anyway, if this is confusing, you have questions, or want us to learn something from […]