Tools You'll Use: Lisa Kasanicky, Content Curator at ClearVoice & iAcquire

Apr 10, 2015


Article ImageThe right tools are an integral part of getting any job done. In the world of digital content tools are plentiful, so finding the right one for you can be tricky. That's why we ask the experts what tools they use to get their jobs done.


What are your three favorite work-related apps?

MyNoise.net

"I can't listen to pop music when I work because I want to sing along and that would be torture for anyone within listening range. MyNoise.net offers rhythmic, tonal sounds that help drown out office noise without being distracting. I especially like Indian Drones."

Focus Booster

"When I need to crank, I set the timer on this app and go. It's a simple principle of work hard for 25 minutes, rest for 5 minutes and then crank back on it."

Google Docs

"I live and breathe by Google Docs. I don't think I've opened a Microsoft Word doc (willingly) in years. I like that you can open up a doc practically anywhere and anytime."

What is your favorite non-work-related app?

Google Calendar   

"This may not be very exciting but I couldn't live without my Google Calendar app on my phone. Time flies so fast lately and I would never be anywhere on time without it."


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As content curator for the digital agency iAcquire, Lisa Kasanicky's primary charge is to manage blogs for the iAcquire and ClearVoice websites. She jokes that the job comes with "a long checklist of responsibilities and a tweed newsboy cap," as she works on everything from big-picture tasks (such as creating editorial calendars and nailing down topics with contributors) to details (such as crafting SEO titles and descriptions). She also writes guest blog posts, ebooks, case studies, client content, and email blasts.