Message from discussion Kabaji, cobot, chargify, recurly
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Subject: Re: Kabaji, cobot, chargify, recurly
From: Nexudus <nexudus...@gmail.com>
To: Coworking <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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No problem! We also work closely with http://www.socialgo.com in UK.
They offer great community tools and can integrate with Spaces if you
are still interested on the space management tools.
On May 7, 3:13=A0pm, Adrienne N <arnorm...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks, =A0also, has anyone used Ning.com?
> On May 7, 9:02=A0am, Nexudus <nexudus...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Adrienne, I'm not sure what features you are after. You could try
> > Nexudus Spaces (http://nexudus.com). It helps you run coworking and
> > shared office spaces. It comes with some features that may just do
> > what you want: Member's portal, Memberships, Blog, Space Wall and
> > Newsletters.
> > If you need more, there is an app store to extend your account. Apps
> > are developed for free as long as they are made available to all the
> > user community.
> > Adrian
> > On May 6, 10:10=A0pm, Adrienne N <arnorm...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Sorry, I think I misspelled it:http://www.kajabiapp.com/
> > > It does many things, but I'm especially interested in the community
> > > app.
> > > Adrienne
> > > On May 6, 2:59=A0pm, Toni Hogan <t...@theofficeconnexion.com> wrote:
> > > > I can't find what you're referring to. Maybe I'm not looking hard
> > > > enough. I am waiting for a response from eworky. In the meantime, I=
> > > > set up my community management system using groupspaces.com. It's
> > > > probably going to be temporary because it looks like it will be rea=
> > > > expensive in the long-run.
> > > > Toni
> > > > On May 6, 1:55=A0pm, Adrienne N <arnorm...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > > Has anyone ever used Kabaji? =A0I'm looking at the community plug=
> > > > > am wondering what everyone has used for this purpose and if anyon=
> > > > > experience with Kabaji specifically. =A0It's the only one I've se=
> > > > > Im comparing using either chargify or recurly along with Kabaji a=
> > > > > liquidspace or just using cobot. =A0What is everyone's experience=
> > > > > these platforms? =A0What is everyone's preference?
> > > > > Thanks,