Grovo is a website dedicated entirely to learning. Users can discover online courses and other educational tools. The courses cover many internet and tech-related subjects, such as Google apps, Craig’s List, Quora, Open Table, Facebook, Skype, WordPress and Zillow. Users can access quizzes, a glossary, widgets and request training. A business training area is also provided so companies can find a better way to education employees. Grovo’s business related tutorials cover many important subjects, such as productivity tools like BaseCamp, Google Calendars, Google Docs and Gmail, online marketing with GoDaddy, Facebook ads, ReTargeter, Google Places and Google Analytics, and social media tools like Twitter, Yelp, Yammer and LinkedIn. Grovo allows users to access these tools, track progress through activity feeds and utilize new weekly lessons.Show more screenshots »
Grovo was founded in July of 2010 by Jeff Fernandez, Nick Narodny and Surag Mungekar. The application was intended to provide users with an online training and education resource that covered a lot of ground. The current Grovo team is based in New York City and includes CEO Fernandez, Chief Content Officer Narodny, CTO Mungekar, Investor and Advisor Ajay Rajani and Ajay Vashee.
Grovo gives users a huge selection of training and educational resources that cover some of the most popular applications used today. Companies can provide effective training for their employees while individuals can improve their skills. Grovo covers Facebook, Google, Yelp and many other widely popular tools.
The Grovo website welcomes users with a white background and blue color scheme. Hints of green are found throughout while stylized cartoon images of professionals help highlight the purpose of the site. Six blue links at the top of the page allow the user to navigate while a search tool bar enable users to search for specific items. Courses are listed into categories so the user can explore possible options. The Grovo website also breaks down available courses by subject to include social media, productivity, online marketing, web essentials, shopping and entertainment.
Grovo users are given the option of a free and one of three paid Grovo membership. The free account includes unlimited access to the site’s non-premium video lessons, quizzes, lesson notes and more. The first paid membership is the Premium membership which costs around $5 per month and includes unlimited access, new weekly lessons, one user and a seven day free trial. The Maximum membership costs around $50 per year and includes the same features. An Enterprise option is also available for teams, but require the user to contact Grovo to obtain a quote.
Grovo is a tool for anyone who wants to learn an application. The website could be interesting for businesses that need a better way to train their employees on the applications they use. Grovo covers many things from social media to productivity tools.