Start with Why

The most powerful marketing is personal recommendation.

We started Fomo because some marketers break this rule: unsustainable advertising, aggressive popups, and not enough personal connection.

Fomo helps honest entrepreneurs show off customer interactions (purchases, opt-ins, even pageviews) with one line of code.

Social proof notifications increase conversions and make your website the thriving bit of online real estate it is.

Jason Cheladyn Fomo

Jason Cheladyn

we met Jason in a coworking space, 2013. he moved to Japan (big anime guy) and the last time we saw each other was at a Kobe restaurant in Kobe.

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Tiffany Eskilson Fomo

Tiffany Eskilson

Tiff. can we call her that? defecting from the Twitter and E-Sports gods, Tiffany is here to repent and serve.

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Clay Griffith Fomo

Clay Griffith

Clay is our first Texan but not our first taco. think of him as Mr. anti-hype. be jealous of his tax free income.

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Andrew Codivari Fomo

Andrew Cordivari

Dreamer. Friend. Bicep. his Ruby may be on Rails, but we are not so sure. customers like him, must be a good guy.

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Klemen Nagode Fomo

Klemen Nagode

the keeper of the ruby who keeps Fomo's heart beating. only while deep in his git-flow is continuous integration made possible.

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Vladimir & vladimir Fomo

Vladimir & vladimir

not a designer. he’s just a semi-ripe Slovenian fruit hanging in our Slack channels adding reactions to conversations he vaguely understands.

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Arnold Sanders Fomo

Arnold Sanders

after studying biology he noticed hard sciences are a lie and social science is TRUTH. now he leads east coast support.

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Chris Bacon Fomo

Chris Bacon

this crispy foreigner is best served cold. Chris lives in Canada and that's all we know. sometimes he hikes outside but usually not.

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Jan Perše Fomo

Jan Perše

Jan is our sexy-ass front-end bicycle. unlike for most people “It’s only downhill from here” is actually a good thing.

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Matevž Golavšek Fomo

Matevž Golavšek

we knew Matevž was "the one" when his bedroom wall matched our logo's hex code. now he ushers in pixel perfect interfaces and dad jokes (without the children).

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Ryan Kulp Fomo

Ryan Kulp

this resident insomniac answers the Fomo hotline after midnight and spends points on the company credit card.

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