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Using Keyy as your platform

February 25, 2021 at 1:41pm

Using Keyy as your platform

February 25, 2021 at 1:41pm

Hello,

I've been quite impressed with Keyy as a platform. I've been using Moblize as a platform for our product Amassadors but I'm wondering about switching to Keyy. Any thoughts?

It's always a bit concerning when you can't find anything about pricing on their website 😬

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February 25, 2021 at 1:50pm

For full disclosure, I am an investor/co-founder in Keyy.

We moved from Facebook to Keyy at the end of last year because of the limitations of Facebook (mainly how many of our users see our posts and organisation of content / private areas).

On the pricing note, Keyy is free 😁

Happy to chat here about if Keyy is right for you or feel free to DM me. What type of community do you run? How many members do you have? What challenges do you have with Moblize?

Glad to hear you've been enjoying your experience with Keyy, @dan-kemp 🙌 :dancing_octopus:

" It's always a bit concerning when you can't find anything about pricing on their website 😬 "

We do not list pricing on our platform page because the platform is invite-only at this point in time.

  • We have waitlist for people who are interested.
  • Any early-adopters who get invited in will be able to use the platform for free for life. :woohoo:
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February 26, 2021 at 10:09am

OK, thanks. Luke and Rikki. We use Mobilize for our Book Creator Ambassador group (a community of teachers/consultants who have become experts at using our app). There's around 1000 members at the moment. It's relatively inexpensive (about $500 a year) - I think their platform is fairly new itself.


We moved from Basecamp to Mobilize a couple of years ago so I'm hesitant to move everyone again, but I am impressed with the layout of Keyy so far, compared to Mobilize which I find slightly clunky. That said, they are obviously growing and improving the product.