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They saw something. Being first to market doesn’t make you the best tool, and unless they offer other marketing solutions like ConvertKit and MailChimp and those other providers, I think they’re going to Services Price have problems when someone like, fingers crossed, ConvertKit because we love ConvertKit, offers a solution like this, where you can do so much more. For example, create a beautiful landing page, then connect it to a paid newsletter. But also, set up some really powerful automations on the back-end to sell events and products and other really important stuff. Darrell Vesterfelt: So that’s my prediction. My prediction is that these guys have already sniffed out a bit of Substack, and there will be