Email is a miserable way to live. Each email message is like an invading rat or ant that you just can’t seem to kill.
Sure we NEED email as it’s how we communicate – notices about our airline tickets, late payments, a new client and so on. However, email is a pain.
There’s a new tool on the market from Glip that encourages its customers to LIVE in Glip and communicate in real time – sharing files, managing tasks and keeping everyone on the same page – with NO EMAIL.
But I wonder is there any huge difference in receiving emails in your in box and watching a stream of conversations flow on a computer screen? One is in real time (Glip) and one is static and a line by line of messages – that’s email.
Check out a video about Glip here. Let me know which way of communication is best for you – Glip or Email.
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