Stacy by Sumry

Hand crafted answers to job hunting questions

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Chris MessinaHunterPro@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
After running Sumry for 2.5 years and learning a ton in the job hunting space, Stacy is Sumry's first publication of what they've learned and what recruiters have shared with them. It's a collection of answers to common job hunting questions. I want to know how/when/if this will be turned into a bot! 🤖
Nate HansonMaker@natemhanson · Building Buffer, Co-Founder of Sumry
@chrismessina We'd love to create a bot, Chris! :) Starting small and gaining interest first and then anything is possible.
Nate HansonMaker@natemhanson · Building Buffer, Co-Founder of Sumry
Stacy by Sumry is a collection of all the top answers to the most common job hunting questions. We get into interviewing, resumes, accepting an offer, and more. This all comes from 2.5 years of experience building Sumry (http://sumry.me) — the original professional storytelling tool.
Brendon Norton@brendonlnorton
Stacy by Sumry has made job hunting so much easier. In the past, I would have to hunt down all this information from hundreds of different locations. So nice to have it all in one place and be able to trust the information based on Sumry's experience in the field
Nate HansonMaker@natemhanson · Building Buffer, Co-Founder of Sumry
@brendonlnorton Glad to hear that, Brendon. We have a lot of plans for the future to source questions from users and maybe build out a bot.
Jason Pittam@mikaelpittam · CMO, Maptags
A great starting point for those fresh out of college, those re-entering the workforce or someone who wants a new direction.
Jason Pittam@mikaelpittam · CMO, Maptags
Stacy by Sumry - a new job hunting resource.
Nate HansonMaker@natemhanson · Building Buffer, Co-Founder of Sumry
@mikaelpittam Hey Jason — that was the goal, to make a place where people who were scouring the internet trying to locate the best answers could come and find it all in one place. Lots of work to do, but we think this is the right direction.
Jeffrey Wyman@jeffrey_wyman · At the intersection of Tech and Business
Nice feel to the site, the stacy avatar is perfect for a bot :)
Nate HansonMaker@natemhanson · Building Buffer, Co-Founder of Sumry
@jeffrey_wyman Thanks, Jeffrey. :) We want it to be super helpful and informational. A bot may make sense in a bit. :) Anyone want to help us make one? Hit me up: nate@sumry.me