Eric Clark, a client success associate at New Berlin-based SWICKtech, recently launched his own GPS hunting app, called Where to Hunt, and a podcast by the same name. Clark relies on a variety of tech tools to improve his workflow.
“I use Adobe Spark for creating branding, clean, and professional content on the go. It is a mobile and web app accessible from either my smartphone or my desktop computer. I use it to create social media ad graphics consistent with various branding, logo designs, iconographic displays (for Instagram stories) and use it heavily as a templated design for the Where to Hunt podcast.“
“I use this for podcast creation, collaboration, and editing on the go and/or from the desktop. This app has changed how I run the Where to Hunt podcast. It hosts my podcast for free, provides revenue with no minimum listenership and provides super-detailed analytics about our listener base. It also has created tools built in to leverage various sound effects, music and the ability to invite guests right from their app. This has made producing our podcast far more efficient, mobile, and provides more visibility into what our audience likes.”
“This particular app is web-based and helps to ensure that when I send emails, or write content, that my spelling and grammar is checked before submission. This comes in handy when writing weekly or monthly updates to investors.”
“Being on the go, working a day job, raising a family, and getting a startup off the ground, it helps to turn windshield time into productive time. I do this by reading at least one book every two weeks via Audible, which is Amazon’s app for audiobooks.”