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Change The Way You Ship: Shyp | IntelliTrack Software


As much as selling goods on eBay or sending a friend a package can be enjoyable, physically going to the post office, UPS or FedEx to mail a package can be a (change the way you ship with @shyp did you really like going to the post office anyway?

Krysta Gahagen's insight:

"As much as selling goods on eBay or sending a friend a package can be enjoyable, physically going to the post office, UPS or FedEx to mail a package can be a pain. There’s almost always a line, tons of packing options and countless questions about which tier of service you want. Pick the wrong one, and you could be paying double what you expected!"


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Returns Made Easy With Shyp


E-commerce has revolutionized the way we live our lives. Anything you imagine can be purchased in a few taps on our mobile devices.

Krysta Gahagen's insight:

Online shopping is easy (my budget can prove that), but returns have been a frustration - even if a company provides the return shipping label, you still have to properly package the items and get them  in the mail to send back within the amount of time the company allows for returns. Now, it’s as simple as forwarding your packing slip to Shyp and handing over your items to be returned to a Hero, and all of this takes less time than it would to find packing tape and stand in line at the post office. Shyp even counts your return as a second item, in order for your $5 pickup fee to be waived.


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5 Essential Attributes for a Community Manager


Although lots of businesses and organizations set up accounts on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+, what some of them don’t realise is that it takes a lot more than this to make social media work to their advantage.

Krysta Gahagen's insight:

Here are five traits that are pretty important for community managers. If you’re considering getting into community management, you’ll want to read over the list. There’s even a fun infographic from Social Fresh’s 2012 findings on community manager trends and stats!


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Hot Sauce to Welcome Kits: Startups Send with Shyp


Our goal at Shyp is to make shipping a delightful experience - for individuals and for businesses. As Business Insider recently reported, several small businesses in San Francisco have joined Shyp’s beta in order to spend less time dealing with the hassles of shipping and more time on their product. Here are a few startups that…

Krysta Gahagen's insight:

Smart startups don’t waste their time doing work they don’t need to do - a number of San Francisco based startups have begun using Shyp to send their stuff, whether it’s welcome kits to new users or nuggets of delight (hot sauce, chocolates, tees) to their communities. Instead of dealing with packaging or standing in line at the post office, they are able to spend time and energy building their companies. For startups, Shyp is the sensible solution when it comes to shipping.


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These Guys Want To Make Shipping As Easy As Snapping A Photo On Your Phone


Never go to the post office again.

Krysta Gahagen's insight:

Shyp makes small business order fulfillment the easiest it has ever been: simply take a picture with your phone, enter your pickup address and destination address, and get on with your business. When small businesses (for instance, Etsy merchants) no longer have to waste time shipping their goods, they’re able to focus on what they want to do. Shyp Heroes are summoned via the on-demand app and trained technicians ensure proper packaging. The best parts: the service is extremely affordable and simple to use!


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Life at the Speed of Now: Freaky Fast Customer Service - Sparkcentral


While many savvy businesses have answered the modern day movement of “life at the speed of now,” there are a few stand-out companies that offer “freaky fast” customer service that seemingly defies the space-time continuum.

Krysta Gahagen's insight:

Hot off the presses, but sure to take the mobile scene by storm, Shyp is a still-in-beta platform that allows you never to wait in line at FedEx, UPS, or the damn post office ever again. And that’s no small victory.” But wait, there’s more: Shyp is also nailing “freaky fast” customer service!


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