Mitch

Monetize leads you don't want.

#3 Product of the DayJuly 10, 2017

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Cameron Sadler
Cameron SadlerMaker@codedbycam · Founder, NewCraft
Hi, everyone! http://MeetMitch.io is an assistant who monetizes extra leads in your inbox.   For example, a freelance iOS developer who is flooded with work opportunities can forward incoming leads to Mitch and we'll handle the rest. On the backend, Mitch has access to a network of skilled engineers and designers. We're really excited about how Mitch manages quality control. You can approve your team before work starts and you can also approve the final project before it is sent to the client. This creates a stronger relationship between all parties. Mitch is ultimately an extension of you and a team leader you can trust with work you don't have time for. Unable to pursue a client? Just forward it to Mitch. Mitch will follow up with the lead as your team leader and manage the project from there. Here's a quick overview of the process: 1. Set the percentage you want to earn on each project. This allows Mitch to set the economics for all of your leads and establish payout estimates for his team. 2. Forward any leads you don't have time for to Mitch. 3. Mitch will follow up with your lead and get the job done. Now you can monetize time you don't have.         We have more to come on Mitch and the private talent network he represents.
Justin Winter
Justin Winter@jcwinter · Co-founder & CEO, Boostopia
'monetize extra leads in your inbox's What kind of leads can you monetize? SaaS sales leads? E-commerce consumer product leads? Needs more clarifying language above the fold in your opener on who this is for. 'unable to pursue freelance design or development jobs because you schedule is full right now?' Would have immediately given better context
Cameron Sadler
Cameron SadlerMaker@codedbycam · Founder, NewCraft
@jcwinter Thanks for the feedback Justin! Mitch is best suited to monetize engineering/design leads right now. For example, a freelance iOS developer who is flooded with work opportunities can forward incoming leads to Mitch and we'll handle the rest. On the backend, Mitch has access to a network of skilled engineers and designers. We're really excited about how Mitch manages quality control. You can approve your team before work starts and you can also approve the final project before it is sent to the client. This creates a stronger relationship between all parties. Mitch is ultimately an extension of you and a team leader you can trust with work you don't have time for.
Aleksandr Volodarsky
Aleksandr Volodarsky@volodarik · CEO @ CodingNinjas
What kind of projects does Mitch do? Even small fixes or you have a minimum limit?
Cameron Sadler
Cameron SadlerMaker@codedbycam · Founder, NewCraft
@volodarik Hi Aleksandr - Mitch can handle small fixes as well, no minimum.
Manish B
Manish B@iamnotmanish · Strategy and Growth Partner for Startups
This sounds like a good model. Do you have any case studies to share on the kind of work done by Mitch. Also what kind of other work other than website and apps can you complete? Also how do you choose the engineering talent and how can I be a participant on that side of the marketplace.
Cameron Sadler
Cameron SadlerMaker@codedbycam · Founder, NewCraft
@iamnotmanish Thank you, Manish. Yes, we have our first case study coming out in the next few weeks. So far, Mitch has helped clients build out some API endpoints, debug some JS, automate deployment and more. We will include a complete list in our first case study. We started building an invite-only private network of engineers and designers about a year ago - we plan to make this community public soon.
Cameron Sadler
Cameron SadlerMaker@codedbycam · Founder, NewCraft
@iamnotmanish Shoot me an email at Cam@TrapFi.com and I will get you access to our engineering community.
Marcus Davenport
Marcus Davenport@marcus_davenport · Founder & CEO at Fitly
Sounds great! Can't wait to test it out!
Cameron Sadler
Cameron SadlerMaker@codedbycam · Founder, NewCraft
@marcus_davenport Thanks Marcus!