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Lilach Bullock - Social Media Influencer

Interview with Lilach Bullock

Lilach Bullock is listed in Forbes as one of the top 20 women social media power influencers and likewise as one of the top social media power influencers. On the ZEEF platform she created her own company page and I have decided to interview asking about her user experience and opinion about ZEEF.

What was your initial reaction to ZEEF?

I like ZEEF as a content curation tool because it is very easy to use. I like the way I can add the links to my own page. When creating my company profile, I liked a possibility to search for the websites directly by simply typing the keywords into the search box provided in the platform. It is a very cool little feature. I think ZEEF is more than a content curation tool. I like that it offered so many other things to do as well. For example, you can add widgets to your site. Personally I am a huge fan of lists. When I write blogposts about lists and provide recommendations which tools to use, these writings are the most successful ones. So I can see why ZEEF is doing the lists. There are lots of different content curation tools out there but ZEEF is very intuitive and different because of the way it is presented and how easy it was to set up my own page.

Why do you think ZEEF is gaining popularity?

There are few reasons. First of all, content curation is becoming more and more popular. There’s so much information available online and it is time consuming to find it. Not everyone has the time to research and build fresh content lists. There is so much noise online and content curation does simplify the process, filters the data. It does offer a lot of value to the people. By the way, affiliate programme is one of additional values of ZEEF as well. That is something that obviously other content curation tools do not have.

How often do you use ZEEF and why?

In various occasions. At the moment I have only one page but whenever I get notifications, I come over and look for the updates. So I could say that I am using ZEEF platform on a weekly basis.

What improvements would you like to see on ZEEF?

More education for the people who are not familiar with the content curation. Just to open it up. Content curation is getting very popular and the users are the ones that see the value in it. Although it is new and not everyone understands it. I think education is very important so the new users could also find and use the platform.

Do you understand what ZEEF is aiming to achieve?

I like it. It is different. I find it very easy to use. I love lists. I dont think people realize the power of lists. They’re very useful. People compare and want to know what is the best information to use so this is why I think ZEEF has a lot of potential. People like choices and guidance, for instance, which content curation or which twitter tools to use. ZEEF provides answers in one place. Other people have already done the hard work of selecting the data and listed it for you so you can just bookmark the page, click on all the links and choose which Twitter tools to use. I love it. Also the people behind the brand.

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Interview with the Candid Writer

Candid Writer candidwriter.zeef.com is an author and blogger, providing blogging tips to help bloggers through writing. He spent the last 10 years analysing the development aspects of diverse online platforms. ZEEF was honoured to be reviewed by the Candid Writer and decided to interview him asking objective opinion about our website.

How did you get to know about ZEEF?

I learned about ZEEF after I came across news that the Yahoo Directory was shutting down at the end of the year. After reading about ZEEF, I felt compelled to write about it. ZEEF sounded new and interesting. ZEEF sounded promising and genuine about providing people quality content using real people to determine what is quality and what is not. A task that I would have to agree is not so easily handled by any algorithm that we’ve seen to date in any search engine in existence at the time of this response. There’s no doubt that filtering the web’s content is no small undertaking, but I admire the ambition, purpose and focus to achieve something that truly is a lofty task for any team.

D. Senu-OkeAdditionally, there’s no shortage of opinions as to whether directories are worthwhile destinations online anymore. However, ZEEF, in my opinion is a directory that is unique in nature from the layout, to allowing it’s users to curate content that is similar to the content on their own websites as part of their ZEEF page, to the ability to incorporate media and it’s forward views on letting users benefit from the ZEEF affiliate program and allowing users to use their own affiliate links as well.

ZEEF is progressive all the way around and that makes this directory one of a kind to me.

What made you to write such an extensive article about the ZEEF?

After reading an article about ZEEF and taking a look at the ZEEF website, my initial thought was that I wanted other people to discover ZEEF and learn how to use it as well. Writing an informative review would also help me to understand the platform better as I was helping others to understand the inner workings of ZEEF at the same time too.

I have taken a look at a fair share of directories in all the years that I have been online and ZEEF is unique in the way that it is set up giving you the ability to arrange your content in blocks. I think this method of categorization makes navigating each page more user friendly and visual. Traditional directories in their set up are simply text links and that does not foster meaningful user engagement. I think that the flow of ZEEF pages when they are completed and approved for publication provide a better experience for people that are browsing ZEEF pages looking for content of interest to them.

Like Google Plus.. ZEEF allows you to create personal pages and company pages, but goes one step further in allowing you to also create subject pages. Of course being able to create a page that solely focused on my brand was important to me when I started with ZEEF.

In my review of Zeef, I explain the necessary steps that an individual needs to take in order to complete their page(s) to get started with the platform and also mention the timeframe that it took for my own approval. Investing time to write such a review speaks to how I genuinely feel about the ZEEF platform, the contrasts that I make between ZEEF and other directories that have been in existence prior to ZEEF and it’s promising future as well.

Why do you think ZEEF is gaining popularity?

I think I would attribute the popularity of ZEEF to the reality that people are looking for places where they can go online for content that resonates with them. People are looking for content that answers questions for them as well.  ZEEF provides such an outlet to people that visit pages that are associated with the ZEEF website.

ZEEF provides it’s users with the ability to develop any number of content blocks for nearly any topic that you want to discuss or explore. You’re not simply limited to directing your link blocks to other text based web pages. These blocks can also be pointed at RSS feeds, videos and other media. ZEEF, as a directory, allows users flexibility to do more than you can do in traditional directories found online.

I also believe that with the news of the Yahoo directory closing soon, more and more people have taken a closer look at Zeef which has contributed to it’s growth in popularity.

What features do you like about ZEEF in comparison to other curation platforms?

With respect to features on ZEEF that I particularly enjoy, I’ve listed them below:

  • On ZEEF, I have the ability to have control over the content blocks that I create.
  • On ZEEF, I have the ability to rearrange the content blocks so that I can determine what users who visit my page see as they browse my page. I also feel that I’m able to control the flow of the page and the information that I have added to the page too.
  • On ZEEF, I have the ability to add my blogs and feeds to my page and determine how often that information is refreshed on my page so that whomever visits is getting the most current topics that have been published on my website.
  • On ZEEF, I have the ability to add other links that are similar to my content that is also added to my page. This helps to give other users additional visibility through my page and likewise if I am listed in their similar link content blocks too, I receive the same benefit.
  • On ZEEF, I have the ability to view my page analytics and link statistics.
  • On ZEEF, I have the ability to earn money through the ZEEF Shareasale affiliate program and I’m also able to earn through my own affiliate links that I use on my ZEEF page too.

ZEEF has a featureset that I haven’t found elsewhere in a directory, which makes ZEEF a very important place for me to curate content and to host information attributed to my own brand and website.

How often do you use ZEEF and why?

I have used ZEEF as a way of brainstorming new topics that I can use in my blogging and I’m always curious to see if people are looking at the information that is on my page too, so I return to view stats as well. With the quality of information that can be found on ZEEF, it’s an ideal place to return to when I’m attempting to search for information that I could potentially write about in future blog posts or share on my Twitter page or on my Ello page as well.

Do you understand what ZEEF is aiming to achieve?

After reading about Klaas Joosten, ZEEF founder, I agree that there has to be a way to find quality information online and doing it through search engine algorithms has had some success, but certainly has a lot of work left to do to truly be successful through such means. There’s a lot to be said about putting information in front of people and giving them the opportunity to determine what is quality and what is not and ZEEF is taking on that challenge meaningfully. Their work will lead to a better online experience and a more trusted arena for the information that people consume everyday.

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Interview with Ellison Leão

Ellison Leão is a computer scientist from Brazil who has a great passion for Game Development. Ellison recently branched out the curated content of his Game Development listings from his GitHub page to ZEEF.

His ZEEF Game Development page has become an overnight success and has received great attention from the online Game Development community recently. Robert Thorpe contacted Ellison to ask him a few questions about his recent experience with ZEEF.

What was your initial reaction to ZEEF?

Cool, now i have a really nice place to put my favorite lists!

Your page had a great response! (12.7k views) Why is it so popular?

I think some of the page views came out of the people of ZEEF helping spread the content of their network via related online communities, since the list content is interesting to so many people. Another thing is that the page gets so easily indexed by search engines.

What features do you like about ZEEF in comparison to other curation platforms like GitHub?

User Interface mostly. The suggestion system is very cool.

Do you understand what ZEEF is aiming to achieve?

Trying to filter the world’s information with quality listings.

What improvements would you like to see on ZEEF?

I’d like to see some public API and integration with other services like GitHub (it’s difficult for me to keep the GitHub list updated). An API could resolve that problem.

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Interview with top curator Olivier Ozinga

Olivier Ozinga is a 18 year old entrepreneur whose company (ORO Projects) aims to help develop websites from any market. Olivier is also one of our top curators who has curated content for over 20 ZEEF pages including Google, Olympic Games and Volvo Ocean Race. Maud Sztern recently contacted Olivier to ask him few questions about his experience with ZEEF.

How did you find out about ZEEF.com?

I am friends with one of the founders who told me about ZEEF. I was curious to see what it was all about and now I use it very often to share my personal passions and knowledge.

What was your initial reaction to ZEEF?

I was a bit skeptical at first. Then I learned how the platform worked and I really liked it. However I still believe there are not enough pages on ZEEF, that is why I have asked all my friends to create their own ZEEF pages. The more pages there are, the more people will use ZEEF as a beneficial link directory. More exposure to the site may make them willing to create pages about their passion too. It’s a virtuous circle.

What are the benefits of using ZEEF.com for you?

Using ZEEF has a lot of benefits. The coolest part for me is that you can share your knowledge. Everybody loves talking about something they are really knowledgeable on and a platform like ZEEF is the ideal way to express this online. The second thing is that you have access to the knowledge of other people.This allows me to discover valuable information about topics I’m not an expert in. It is a sharing community, a win-win situation where everybody has something to give and to receive.

How was the process of creating a ZEEF page?

Creating a ZEEF page is easy and fun and the steps to follow are clear. Also with the suggested links option and the curate tool you might even learn something new about a subject you are passionate about.

What improvements would you like to see?

It would be interesting to have the possibility to set ZEEF as default search engine in your browser. It will give you the possibility to use ZEEF for some of your researches instead of Google.

Was it clear what all the products of ZEEF were?

I have to admit that I only focus on one of your products. I haven’t explored all you have to offer yet.

Is it clear that you are rewarded for your curation efforts?

It is crystal clear that people get rewarded by affiliate links. But beside that, the enthusiastic response of the ZEEF team is one of the biggest rewards a curator can get (For example, all the pages you create are shared on their social media and they even invite people to their office for a chat and a coffee which is great). I’m glad to see that the company keeps on growing

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Interview with the curator Isabelle Dremeau

Isabelle Dremeau is an independent consultant-tutor in e-learning, monitoring and digital culture domains. Her current mission concerns the editorial animation of the Portal SKODEN of the Regional Council of Brittany. It is a website about the using of digital technology in training and this is why she created a subject page about French Web Tools. Maud Sztern contacted Isabelle and asked her to share her experience about ZEEF.

How did you find out about ZEEF.com?

Simply by surfing the web looking for a bookmarking tool which was not like the others!!!

What was your initial reaction to ZEEF?

I was positively surprised ! I immediately felt connected with the ZEEF tool. I put it aside to test it and I came back to it very quickly : it was the perfect tool for what I wanted to offer for the SKODEN website.

What are the benefits of using ZEEF.com for you?

They are a lot more benefits than I expected ! I can easily order and find relevant information thanks to the block ordering. Also, I can use each block as a widget and place it on different websites. Everyday I receive suggested links about e-learning tools. This is the proof that people are really interested in recommending links etc. (which is ZEEF’s main service!).

ZEEF manages to create a dynamic of sharing too. The diffusion to social medias also helps a lot for creating a links visibility. And, last but not least, I can work on my page and keep it updated really easily and quickly, thanks to the fluidity of the interface.

How was the process of creating a ZEEF page?

It fits with what we expect from the new web tools : it’s easy to sign-in, the using is intuitive and results are immediately visible. What I especially like on ZEEF is all the small but necessary practical details : automatic propositions of titles, research of associate links, direct curation. And I also like the uncluttered style of the website!

What improvements would you like to see?

Maybe offer templates of page layouts and the possibility to put a link on a picture.

Was it clear what all the products of ZEEF were?

I have to admit that I only focus on one of your products. I haven’t explored all you have to offer yet.

Is it clear that you are rewarded for your curation efforts?

Yes, but for us it is not the priority.

Do you have any questions?

Only one : when will you release a French version …?

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Interview With ¨Men´s clothing¨ Curator : Phillip Sonneveldt

Philip Sonneveldt is a SEA/SEM Consultant at Traffic Builders B.V. – one of the Dutch leading online marketing agencies. He created on ZEEF a page about ‘Men’s Clothing‘. Maud Sztern contacted Philip and asked him to share his experience about ZEEF.

How did you find out about ZEEF.com?

One of my best friends is a close friend to Frido van Driem and told me about ZEEF. I was interested to get to know the platform and thought it would be nice to create my own page.

What was your initial reaction to ZEEF?

I immediately thought about Startpagina.nl. Which was very popular in the Netherlands in the early days of the internet. I quickly learned that ZEEF is very different.

What are the benefits of using ZEEF.com for you?

Well it’s a combination between my own bookmark-page and the fun to share it with others. A lot of friends always said that I should start my own blog about wearable men’s fashion and I thought ZEEF was the perfect platform to start with. Oh, and soon I’m launching a new ZEEF page about Search Engine Advertising.

How was the process of creating a ZEEF page?

I thought It was very easy to start. I immediately thought about the blocks I wanted to create. Next minute I was starting to fill the blocks with content I liked. Although, sometimes I struggle in which block certain content suits more. I mean, a sneaker webshop also fits the blocks webshops and sneakers.

What improvements would you like to see?

Sometimes you feel the platform is fairly new. For example: I get the same e-mail every week that tells me that some links are broken. I always check, but they just work correctly. Although I don’t mind, maybe some people will. And last week I was checking my overall statistics and the website was loading for quite some while and eventually crashed. I tried it several times, but I didn’t got it working. Once again: I don’t mind but those are little improvements that could satisfy users even more. Overall I think the UI is quite okay.

Was it clear what all the products of ZEEF were?

Yes, very!

Is it clear that you are rewarded for your curation efforts?

Yes, but I find that a bit contradictory. I mean ZEEF is, well… a little bit (or the alternative) against overpowered ads/serp’s that you see on Google/Bing now-a-days (guilty, I’m sorry). And with this basic affiliate/commission structure, curators will place links where they are getting paid for maybe higher in blocks then they would without. This is in fact also the basic with SEO now-a-days: the more you pay an agency, the faster (or more likely) you will rank. Once again: I don’t mind, but maybe links with the highest commissions are getting placed higher in blocks then people would without this payment-system. And I thought ZEEF was about relevance without interfering with commercial purposes!

Do you have any questions?

Not for now, keep up the good work guys (and girls)!

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Interview Boost Software

Interview With ¨Boost Software¨ Company Page Curator : Jenna Parsons

Jenna Parsons is the Social Media Coordinator for Boost Software. This company creates user-friendly software. On ZEEF, Jenna Parsons created a company page for Boost Software. Maud Sztern contacted Jenna and asked her to share her experience about ZEEF.

How did you find out about ZEEF.com?

We actually noticed you at Affiliate Summit in the blue & white suits. That was quite memorable.

What was your initial reaction?

My initial reaction was “What great style!”. Oh, you probably meant your website. My initial reaction of ZEEF.com, was how easy it was to maneuver. I remember my first time logging in, which was super easy to do using my LinkedIn Profile. Everything after that was a breeze as well.

What are the benefits of using ZEEF.com for you?

As a Social Media Coordinator, the best benefit for me was to have all of the links to our Social Media Pages, on one Page. As well as links to each and every one of our products.

How was the process of creating a ZEEF page?

It was such an easy process. I loved how I could add how many Link Blocks I needed. Now I see there are Feed and Image Blocks as well, that’s fantastic.

What improvements would you like to see?

There are so many benefits to this page, but like any page, I did run into a few small issues. For example, I could not get the Boost Software LinkedIn Page to link with the ZEEF.com Page. I tried everything, and everything failed. Other than that, I have always had a great experience with ZEEF.com, and everything it can do.

Was it clear what all the products of ZEEF were?

I definitely found that the products descriptions were crystal clear. I was able to utilize ZEEF.com even better than I expected.

Is it clear that you are rewarded for your curation efforts?

I did read that it is possible to be rewarded on ZEEF. I personally have not used that feature, but it sure is a great option for affiliates.

Do you have any questions?

Any tips you like to give out, on how to build the best page ever? Are there any secrets to getting the most out of ZEEF.com?

 

 
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Interview with¨Information Management¨ Curator : Henry van der Zwan

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Henry van der Zwan is advisor DIV / Document- and Recordmanagement at the Dutch Government. On ZEEF Henry created a page about ‘information management‘. Frido van Driem contacted Henry and asked him to share his experience about ZEEF.

How did you find out about ZEEF.com?

I first came across ZEEF in a retweet on Twitter. After that I was interested in ZEEF and started searching for the website.

What was your initial reaction?

When I visited the website I thought: “Oh, wow! Fantastic I can make my own link directories or start page.”

What are the benefits of using ZEEF for you?

I mainly just wanted to create an easy overview for people in my profession so that they could find all companies on one page. Next, I like to share things I am knowledgeable about which I think could be helpful to others and present that in a clear and easy way.

How was the process of creating a ZEEF page?

Creating a page on ZEEF was very easy and intuitive. I first started creating an overview of all the different link blocks. After that I started adding links to the different link blocks. I found it very easy to add links and adjust titles and descriptions.

What improvements would you like to see?

At the moment I do not have any improvements. I am still discovering and finding new things on ZEEF.

Was it clear what all the products of ZEEF were?

No, it took a while to find out what ZEEF is and what the benefits are. In my case I just wanted to present good quality information and links in a structured and clear presentation. I am still discovering what all the products of ZEEF are.

Is it clear that you are rewarded for your curation efforts?

In the beginning this was not clear but now I am aware of this.

 

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Patrick Loonstra

Interview Patrick Loonstra

Patrick Loonstra is designer at patrickloonstra.nl and has several pages on ZEEF such as adobe.ZEEF.com, sketch.ZEEF.com and groningen.ZEEF.com. Frido van Driem contacted him and asked him to share his experience about the platform.

How did you find out about ZEEF.com?

Via Fast Moving Targets where your colleague Rick Boerebach was talking about ZEEF.

What was your initial reaction?

It looked a lot like Delicious. I use Delicious from the start, but it is mainly for my own link collection. So after I heard about ZEEF I was very interested in trying the product. Now if I find an interested link, that fits in one of the pages I made, I will place it there.

What are the benefits of using ZEEF for you?

When I put a link on ZEEF it feels more important than providing the link to Delicious. I hope that the system eventually will show the best content. Other people can help me curate my content. Delicious is just a long list of links. Authority is not yet an issue. I am very curious when more people are writing about one of the subject I publish on Groningen.ZEEF.com, Sketch.ZEEF.com, Adobe.ZEEF.com and a few more to come. Then the real power of collaborated curating for subject will be shown.

I really enjoy using ZEEF as a bookmarking tool for myself and others. It is one of the parts of helping other people.

How was the process of creating a ZEEF page?

This was sometimes quite difficult. I mean where do you start? For example what is your first link block going to be about? When I was creating the page about Sketch I had resources, learning, plugins and official links. But between blocks there is a lot over overlap in subjects. It was difficult to decide what kind of link blocks I have to use. I am wondering how my interaction of ZEEF will develop after using it more often.

What improvements would you like to see?

There are still a lot of glitches in the system. Of course, as a designer, I see them directly. And I know that the whole platform is quite new, it involves a lot of different disciplines to build something like ZEEF.

Stuff like microcopy. Messages as “Cannot add link.” is not sufficient in a case I saw, because it does not say what the issue exactly is, and how I can fix it.

Further, the layout, the typography and the colours need to be designed from a more global perspective. The whole platform should feel and react the same and, ideally, how a user expects it to work. This is a whole lot of work. The cohesion between logo, blocks, interface. Colour and typography should be adjusted. The font is not optimal for reading.

Furthermore in terms of design, there is no difference between frontend and backend. As a user you don’t know when you are working on the back end or when you are working on the front end. I really hope it will become easier to add an image but I know you are working on this. This should be done easier. I still need to do some html to show a picture (note: this feature has been introduced in version 2014.6).

There could be some improvements about the widget customization. I would love to have the same colors in the widget that I use on my website (note: this feature has been introduced in version 2014.4). Can I have a link block that contains the best links about one subject? I want to have more room for visuals on my page. A big header image representing one page can make it more clear what the subject is. Nowadays everybody does this because the internet is getting more visual. People don’t want to read anymore.

I found the link description and block description but I did not use this yet. Maybe you should make it more clear that these two functionalities exists.

Enough work to do, and I would love to help with that.

“Thanks for your great suggestions and comments. We are working hard to solve them all and provide you the best UI Experience” – Frido van Driem

Was it clear what all the products of ZEEF were?

Yes, no doubt for me what it is, and what the value eventually will be. For me, but also for the rest of the users, the world, the universe.

Is it clear that you can earn money with ZEEF?

It is, but I question of that must be a big drive for people to participate in the platform.

Do you have any questions?

For now, no. I will keep playing with the platform and looking for improvements. I will keep you posted on my journey with ZEEF.com.

 

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Interview Barend Jungerius

“Instead of working on a long To Do list..

I am busy with building pages on @ZEEFcom…

LOVE IT!”

Barend Jungerius is owner of ZiteCraft.com, a service that enables local business to create a website based on social media content. These “zites” are optimised for Google and look great on any device. Barend has several pages on ZEEF such as zitecraft.zeef.com. Frido van Driem contacted him and asked him to share his experience about ZEEF.

How did you find out about ZEEF.com?

Via a startup competition I read about on The Next Web.

What was your initial reaction?

It looked very interesting but also quite abstract. It wasn’t really clear in the beginning what I could do on ZEEF. I started reading the information on zeef.org and this helped me with understanding the concept. On the homepage you provide a slider but this is too much information. After creating a page on ZEEF I understood the value of it and what I could do with it.

What are the benefits of using ZEEF for you?

I believe in the concept of ZEEF and support what you are doing. I am familiar with Startpagina but nowadays the website does not provide any relevant content for me. With all this information online I cannot see the forest through the trees so in that sense ZEEF is an excellent platform. Usually you have collected some information about a subject, ZEEF offers the possibility to put this all in one place.

How was the process of creating a ZEEF page?

The process went very easy, I had my ZEEF page up and running quite quickly. I only think that the requirement of creating six link blocks and 30 links before publishing is quite high. On the other hand I understand that it is necessary to raise the bar to keep the quality of the pages high. The requirement for adding six link blocks forces you right from the start to create good sub categories.

I believe ZEEF is also a new online social profile next to LinkedIn and About.me. I see it as an extension of my online profile and I can show people my expertise and skills. As a user I find it very convenient that all my information is stored in one place. Next to that I also receive link suggestions from other users. The drag and drop functionality is very useful. ZEEF offers me an extra platform to broadcast my products without being obtrusive.

What improvements would you like to see?

Two words: mobile & social. On the iPad ZEEF works perfect except for the dragging and dropping link blocks. I also would like to see the website working smoothly on mobile. I think the blocks can be ideally displayed on mobile. In terms of social I am missing the functionality of liking a ZEEF page just like Facebook. Next, I want to see what other people are liking and pages they are following.

In terms of other improvements, I think that adding a link and changing the title takes a lot of time. Providing title suggestions would speed up this process. But I have heard you have already implemented this feature [See Mirrored blocks and title suggestions]. Also the embedding of link blocks from other ZEEF pages on my pages is a great improvement. But the most important improvement would be to make ZEEF responsive. It should be functional on your mobile.

Was it clear what all the products of ZEEF were?

It was not clear that you had different types of ZEEF pages like personal, company and subject. When clicking on create a page I don’t see any difference. I would suggest to create different templates for these three types of pages.  Also I discovered ZEEF.org later on after viewing ZEEF.com. Looking back I think it is better to first read ZEEF.org and then start using ZEEF.com. This would prevent a lot of misconceptions. A short video about the concept of ZEEF pages would also help.

Is it clear that you can earn money with ZEEF?

No, I realised this later on. I cannot see anything in my dashboard about earnings and how this process works. I don’t have a feeling that this is working because I haven’t provided any banking credentials.  But I do want to emphasise that creating a page on ZEEF is mostly fun and not about making money or so. If you are passionate about a certain subject you should start a page on ZEEF!

Do you have any questions?

Yes it is about login. I had signed up with Twitter but now with every new session I have to authorise ZEEF on Twitter as admin. This is quite irritating. I also could not find out how I could connect a social login with an email login.

Next, concerning the statistics, I would like to see the statistics of a single page instead of all statistics of my pages combined. Also I would like to know what kind of keywords people use to find my page on ZEEF. Finally I would like to see an explanation about the meaning of the statistics. For example what is the difference between a view and a visit?

Importing your favourite bookmarks from your web browser to ZEEF would be a great feature [This is now possible through import multiple link].  Also when you add a link about a company, send them an email that their website has been added to ZEEF.com.

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