This is Insanely Useful Websites: new and undiscovered sites you didn't know existed.
It's been another chaotic week for Twitter; they released the code that recommends tweets, banned TweetHunter (a very useful and popular tool for Twitter power users that we featured in IUW #7) and leaked their list of 35 VIP users who get their tweets promoted higher than everyone else. Twitter Is Going Great is back at the number 1 spot for morning news over here...
Let's look at some more insanely useful websites...
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Compliantly hire anyone, anywhere, in 5 minutes. Deel is your one-stop shop for hiring, paying, and managing your remote team. They stay on top of local labor laws across the world to ensure compliance and mitigate risk so that you don't have to.
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Pricing page examples and inspiration. Landing pages are hard; pricing pages are even harder. If you didn't joint major in psychology, design and business, Draftss lets you stand on the shoulders of giants with their curated showcase of pricing pages filtered by price range and number of plans.
Unbelievably accurate voice cloning. When we say it's accurate, don't take our word for it - a Vice journalist used it to bypass his bank's voiceprint security 🤯. They have a couple of examples on their YouTube channel, but making your own is probably more fun. It's free for hobbyists.
Extract data from any website in 2 minutes. Similar to recording a macro in Office, Browse learns how to extract the data you want by recording you navigating a site. It then lets you capture it regularly and monitor for any changes.
📖 What we're reading
The latest developments in AI. The Rundown is a quick daily read that aims to bring you the latest AI news before everyone else and, spoiler: they're really good at it.
🤔 Not sure if it works
Validate the ranking performance of a tweet against the Twitter algorithm. We really wanted to include this site as Twitter is changing so quickly and the concept is good, but based on the screenshot above we're not sure about the accuracy. Reply to this email or let us know on Twitter if it works for you.
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