Katherine Stone

Katherine Stone

  • Contributing Writer
Katherine Stone is a New York City-based writer and digital marketing expert whose focus is to strike the right balance between creativity and actionable information when writing.
Her creative work has appeared in The Los Angeles Review of Books, Fiction Magazine, Booth Magazine, and other top digital and print journals. She was a David Herzog Scholar at Karl Franzens University in Graz, Austria and was awarded the Nancy Lynn Schwartz prize for Undergraduate Fiction at Sarah Lawrence College.
In her nearly five years as a content marketing professional, she has worked with prominent startups, numerous newspapers, and private clients across a wide variety of industries.
In addition to her writing, Katherine also runs her own vintage clothing shop, Quinby Vintage. In her free time, she enjoys running, reading, and spending time with her family in North Carolina.

Read some of Katherine's latest articles below:

April 02, 2020

Crucial Tips to Keep Trolls From Zoombombing Your Meetings

Thanks to the spread of Coronavirus, working from home has become the new normal -- and so has using communication tools like video conferencing software Zoom. To put Zoom’s newfound popularity into perspective, downloads of the software are up by 90% as compared to 2019. In March, Zoom downloads reached an astounding 62 million in a single week. Social distancing and stay-at-home orders...
March 20, 2020

Top 7 Slack Alternatives to Improve Team Collaboration in 2020

Roughly 80% of today’s companies use some kind of social collaboration tool to streamline communication both inside and outside of the office. Team leaders implement team chat tools to combine the need for a task manager tool the ease of using a social media app. Unfortunately, not all team collaboration software is created equal. While Slack is the best-known and most popular...
March 11, 2020

Zoom vs. Webex: Ultimate Showdown + Which is The Top Performer

About 80% of companies currently use social communication tools to ensure that both remote and in-house team members stay connected. You’ve likely heard of more popular communication tools like Slack. However, many teams feel they’ve either outgrown Slack or that it didn’t have the features to meet their needs in the first place. Company leaders didn’t just need to talk to their...
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