Once I started to get visibility to how long it took for my application to move from 1 stage to another, I started to call various managers/directors at Exec Rank to get answers why it took so long.I also had a problem with lack to transparency (except for canned generic emails) in Exec Rank with those of us who are footing the bill for Exec Rank to stay in business. I got a flurry of broadcast emails about the various advisor days.
I recently got a pitch from Exec Rank which helps companies find board members and advisors, and then has members pay about 0/month to search for open board seats and network with other members.
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Founder Dating asked me to identify ten that I would vouch for. [Edit: after clicking their photos I clicked a button to submit my selections.] Bad idea. I figured behind the scenes maybe they would send notes to these people, telling them their contact Brian Morearty had used Founder Dating, and suggesting that they try it too. Founder Dating used the Linked In API to send the following note to these ten contacts.
I didn’t have to do it but I thought oh well, I guess I’ll do it and see what happens. I understand social networking and I understand that when you give an app permission to access a social networking account, your contacts will see that you used it. I don’t remember being asked to approve the wording–because if I had been asked, I most certainly would not have approved the wording.
That ended our call, but I got a really friendly email afterwards about how much he had enjoyed our conversation, and encouraging me to follow through.