What’s six years old, used by 1.5+ million business professionals daily, and disrupting a 175-year old dinosaur in the business information space? If you answered Owler, you’d be correct. At Owler, we take a fundamentally different and unique approach to compiling business information — by sourcing our data from a community of 1.5 +million (and […]
By Jason McDowell. This article originally appeared on Recruiter.com. Social networking platforms are valuable tools for marketers and advertisers. Not only do they allow for the targeting of ads along a number of valuable demographic lines, but these sites also offer insight in target customers’ networks of relationships. Your organization may use a similar networking tool […]
The Owler Community, now over 1.5 million strong, has a lot to say about the modern workplace and the world at large. Last month, we asked our Owler Community to weigh in on how diverse they think their leadership teams are, and what they had to say is surprising. We’ve packaged it all up as […]
You’re walking down the street near your office when you notice a lone musician. While she’s certainly playing some beautiful music, it still doesn’t compare to the sounds of the last time you saw your favorite band play. Because though each individual can make music alone, it just can’t compare to the synergistic effect of […]
In our typical spirit of constant and relentless improvement, we’re excited to announce our latest product update: the ability for your team to easily sign up for the Daily Snapshot. Our new, team-tailored look makes it simple to sign up for Owler, get your team on board, and see exactly how many people at your […]
In June, Owler launched a study on CEO likeability, which was covered in more than 210 publications, including Forbes, CNBC, and Business Insider, and read by more than half a million business professionals. Team diversity is an important topic widely discussed in the media, and many people have asked us to shed light on this […]
Gold medals, big trophies, and blue ribbons. No matter what (or whether there is a) reward, there’s no better feeling than taking first place. Every week, Owler’s Weekly Showdown gives you the opportunity to come out on top with a side-by-side view of your company scores vs. those of your top competitors. Each week highlights […]
You’ve probably heard that Uber’s been going through a rough patch. And that’s putting it gently. 2017 started out on a low note for the car-hailing behemoth, with ex-employee Susan Fowler’s February blog post detailing instances of sexual harassment, mistreatment, and misconduct at Uber HQ. Later that month, CEO Travis Kalanick was caught on camera […]
Owler shows off your company’s best qualities. Whether you want to showcase your funding, news mentions, or growth, we’re here to make you look your best. We’ll give you the full nine yards on why and how Owler can help with your recruitment efforts. Recruiting great talent takes a lot of energy, a ton of […]
Last Wednesday, Apple stock jumped. Typically, this event would be noteworthy in and of itself. But this time, it triggered a historic bonus: the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) hit a record high of 22,000 points. Now, even if you’re entirely unfamiliar with the intricacies of the stock market, it’s clear that this is a […]
Our number one priority at Owler is to continually enhance our product, and bring you new and improved business insights to help you do your job better. Now, we’re introducing another way to better understand your company sentiment scores by breaking them down by voter category. In addition to an overall score, you’ll be able […]
Remember that game of telephone you’d play as a kid? The one where a chain of people would individually whisper a word or phrase to one another, with the last person revealing the (usually incredibly inaccurate) message? In the workplace, as in the game of telephone, word-of-mouth can go wildly wrong. Yet in business, the […]
As marketers, we aim to reach the right audience with the right message at the right time. So what do we do? Publish a few blog posts each month, update social media, issue press releases, run paid campaigns, set up prospects on a nurture track, and send out marketing emails. And after all that, we still […]
Marketing content often suffers from the “iceberg effect,” where only a small fraction of what you produce is visible to your intended audience. So how do you ensure your content reaches the largest target audience possible. That’s where Owler comes in. More than 1 million business professionals use Owler every month. Our community counts on […]
Discover your Competitive Graph at http://www.owler.com Owler is a Competitive Intelligence tool that uses the Competitive Graph to help business professionals quickly monitor and gain insights on their competitors with a series of customized and automated reports. Owler was started by serial entrepreneur and crowdsourcing pioneer Jim Fowler. Jim previously founded Jigsaw, which was sold to Sales...
http://www.owler.com Owler has soft-launched! Access personalized business news, private & public company profiles, and community polls, for FREE. Check out http://www.owler.com now. With Owler, You Get: • A full database of private and public companies • Curated, company-specific news • Dynamic company profiles • Revenue and employee estimates • Competitor Sets • Funding, acquisitions, and lea...
Why is company culture important? How do you create it? What if you have multiple offices? It's hard to measure culture, so it can be hard to figure out how to build a great one. To get some answers, we sitting down with Owler's CEO, Jim Fowler, to learn from past company culture mistakes and successes
In our first installment of WiseCast, we sit down with Owler CEO Jim Fowler (founder and CEO of Jigsaw, which sold to Salesforce in 2010 for $175M) to discuss the roots of Owler, and its pivot from InfoArmy in late 2013. We're always hearing about startup successes, but it's also important to learn from startup mistakes! Have something you'd like to ask Jim? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.