We love to read about people’s experience with Plaxo… good or bad. Here are a couple of recent mentions of Plaxo in the blogosphere:
- What’s Your Brand?
Brief mention of Plaxo as a way to keep in touch with the people you meet throughout your career.
- Not Everyone Happy with Plaxo
Reference to the recent Plaxo discussion on TechDirt.
- Is Plaxo on OSX any good? Or, indeed, any use?
Skeptisicm on the benefits of Plaxo on the Mac. Includes responses from others who offer their own opinions on why they like Plaxo on the Mac.
- Today is a 48 hour day
Always good to look up friends on “the plaxo”.
One member’s observations on update requests and how it led to reconnecting with Brucie.
- Enhanced Controls for Member-to-Member Notifications
Check out some new Plaxo features.
- Now for something technical…
Ever wanted to know how we get those little icons into Outlook?
- Getting your site or service “Plaxo-Enabled”
The benefits of being “Plaxo-Enabled”.
- Social Networking Gets Annoying – OpenBC and Plaxo
Another person who doesn’t like to getting Update Request emails.
- WTF is Plaxo.com?
I’m sure others have asked a similar question.
- We didn’t do it
An over-zealous user?
- Plaxo – nifty if sometimes annoying
A new user writes about his experience with Plaxo.
- You know when you’ve been Plaxoed
A member offers advice to others about learning from his mistakes.
- Plaxo for Mac OSX
One user writes how Plaxo for the Mac was a wish come true for making it easier to back up the Mac address book.
- I need an address book
Plaxo is “brilliant”, but this user also shares a vision of an ideal address book/contact manager.
- Working with Windows
Plaxo gets a mention in Macworld showing how we helped the author solve a significant problem of syncing his information between Windows and the Mac.
We’d like to encourage people to share their thoughts, comments, and experience with Plaxo by blogging about it. We’re listening and will use the feedback to improve the Plaxo service. We’ll also try to highlight those posts here on our blog from time to time.