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  • Our start-up journey to $100k a month The paths, channels, hacks and experiments this small Australian tech business is exploring. borisgefter 0 Comments 29/12/2018
  • Alternative To Doodle Scheduling Doodle – despite it’s hilariously silly name has been around since 2005. Originally known for free group bookings, Doodle is venturing into the generic scheduling space. Everyone knows that the Doodle interface is much like it’s namesake (like a child’s sketch). It has tried to evolve,  but has not done this well. Despite this, Doodle […] borisgefter 0 Comments 18/12/2018
  • Alternative To Schedule Once Schedule Once is one of the original booking platforms built. Launched in 2008, it was a leader back in it’s hay day. It seems as though the site, interface and experience still belongs a decade in the past however. It is extremely difficult to use, despite a series of welcome modals and videos that try […] borisgefter 0 Comments 18/12/2018
  • Alternative to Book Like a Boss Book Like A Boss is a relatively new entrant into the scheduling space coming onto the scene in 2016. Their design, despite seeming modern is actually extremely cluttered, overwhelming and busy. BLAB as it is know more proverbially is more of a ‘mini website’ and pushes more into the WIX and WEEBLY space rather than […] boris 0 Comments 18/12/2018
  • Alternative to Shore Scheduling Shore is a relatively new entrant into the scheduling space. With a good, modern design and clean UI, Shore is focused on health, wellness, fitness and small business scheduling. Again, taking the tomato route, heading for a broader marketing play – shore offers marketing channel integration, listings and newsletters. The app is however slow. Above […] borisgefter 0 Comments 08/12/2018
  • Alternative to Setmore Setmore has been in the market since 2012 – (apparently the golden age of scheduling app beginnings),  targeting the health, beauty and wellness scheduling sector. Setmore is famous for their free tier, which is extremely limited in practice. Having said that, their paid tier is comparitively inexpensive (of course not as good as Cogsworth). One […] borisgefter 0 Comments 08/12/2018
  • Alternative to Rezdy Rezdy has been in the market since 2012, targeting tour operators and tourist activity providers. They have a really tight set of integrations with tourism sites with review functionality e.g. Trip Advisor integration. They in earnest do a good job of group bookings. However they are supremely expensive, ranging up to $250 per month and […] borisgefter 0 Comments 08/12/2018
  • Alternative to Coubic Coubic has been in the market since 2014, and appears to be a scheduling app for the Japanese market, originally started for the yoga and small class bookings. There are extreme limitations of this application if you are not Japanese. In fact, it is not usable as at the time of this article for non […] borisgefter 0 Comments 08/12/2018
  • Alternative to MindBody MindBody has been in the market since 2005, and specializes in health, gym and beauty bookings. Mindbody is more of a complete web and marketing system than a truly easy to use and fully dedicated scheduling system. They are in truth fairly clunky but necessary for some players who want a system that does many […] borisgefter 0 Comments 04/12/2018
  • Alternative to Vcita Vcita has been in the market since 2011, and was a later entrant into the market. Vcita is a fairly basic system with a rather lackluster design. Above we detail a comparison table of Vcita with Cogsworth features based on a November 2018 review kindly facilitated by our users. This is why sites like Capterra, […] borisgefter 0 Comments 04/12/2018