tell 'em (short for "tell 'em i sent you") is a recommendation platform connecting service providers with new clients through word-of-mouth marketing.


•    There are more than 53 million freelancers, not including healers in the United States (Freelancers Union).
•    Ninety-two percent of consumers worldwide trust recommendations from friends or family over any other form of marketing (Klout).
•    In the U.S., 25 million hobbyists work full-time and work part-time freelancing (U.S Dept of Labor).
•    More than 12 million "side-giggers," work part-time as independent workers who also work in healthcare (


  •  Many services providers/freelancers are getting lost on Yelp or Google because they’re not built to facilitate the time-tested best marketing any small service provider has: friend-to-friend, word-of-mouth marketing.  
  • While sites such as Thumbtack, Upwork, Elance, and Fivver offer outlets for creating new business, majority of the new clients don’t become repeat customers. 
  • With websites Yelp, Manta, or Angie’s List there is an endless noise of online reviews, from sources no one knows. 
  • Many service providers, healers, and freelancers struggle financially to make ends meet outside of the 9-5 work model.


Tell 'em Solution

  • Tell ‘em makes word-of-mouth easier than ever. 
  • Tell ‘em knows the most satisfied and repeat customers come from people you already know.
  • Tell ‘em simplifies by offering a direct and simple way for users to find what they need from a source they can trust.
  • Tell 'em provides financial education and increases cash flow for solopreneurs.


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