Hook is being used by knowledge workers all over the world: researchers, writers, academics, etc. We’d like to gather and share your stories.
We invite you to write an article or participate in an interview about how you use Hook to do your best work. You could reference your own papers, books, and other publications — even send us screenshots. To prime your thoughts about this, we have documented some of the benefits of Hook.
We’ll share some of the submissions on the Hook Productivity blog- Showcases category, in social media and/or in the Hook Productivity Forum – Showcases category. We might even choose some submissions for a YouTube video.
This is your chance to let the world know about your research, and what you do behind the scenes, with Hook, to do great work.
How this can help
We know from cognitive psychology that experts reflect deeply on their processes. Reflecting on how you use Hook with your other favorite tools can help you do even greater work. Moreover, it can help other people learn from your experience.
This is also an opportunity for you to showcase your particular research and publications.
We create software to help great minds do even greater work. We, too, are research-driven knowledge workers. Hook is based on Cognitive Productivity. So, we love learning about how our customers use Hook. This enables us to make Hook even better.
The form of your submission
You may contact us about this through any of our communication channels..
You may send us text and images. You can even send us links to blog post you’ve written and/or videos that you have created, which illustrate how Hook supports your knowledge work.
Don’t have the time?
If you feel you don’t have the time, you can also tell your colleagues, research associates and assistants about this opportunity.
What else you can do
You can also post directly to the Showcases category of the Hook Productivity Forum.