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Jenn Steele

Jenn Steele

I've been writing stories and essays since an elementary school spelling word exercise turned into a 10-page story about a curious frog. I minored in expository writing at MIT, and eventually started blogging about leadership, grammar, and gender at Leading Geeks. While holding previous positions, I've been an active blogger for HubSpot, Amazon Simple Email Service, and RecruitLoop. I've also written articles for Entrepreneur.com. Aside from blogging for Indix, I handle our product marketing and messaging and seem to be known internally for my unique turns of phrase.

Jenn's Recent Posts

Shoes & Gender: Video

This is the third post in our series on Shoes and Gender. We hope you’re enjoying our Shoes and Gender Continue reading …

This is the second post in our series on Shoes and Gender. What is the connection between shoes and gender? Continue reading …

Shoes. Along with shirts, they’re required attire for service in many places. (Although, oddly, pants or trousers aren’t mentioned. Maybe Continue reading …

On Monday, the news broke that Coach bought Kate Spade for $2.4 billion. According to the New York Times, they Continue reading …

Last week, we announced the immediate availability of Indix Standardized Attributes and Indix Product Descriptions (in partnership with Narrative Science). Continue reading …

Last week, we announced the immediate availability of Indix Standardized Attributes. We’re thrilled to be able to solve this difficult Continue reading …

We’re excited to announce immediate availability of standardized product attributes and natural language generated (NLG) product descriptions – in partnership Continue reading …

Conversion rate optimization (CRO) can be a bit tricky. When I was at HubSpot, I would tell our B2B customers Continue reading …

The Women of Indix

At Indix, we’re building the world’s largest collection of structured product information in the cloud. We deliver this through our Continue reading …

In our previous webinars, we’ve discussed how the “Internet Is a Dirty Place” and how tough it can be to “Ingest Continue reading …