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Top 6 Apps for Social Networking

7AppsForSocialNetworking

You know about Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest, but there are dozens of other social media platforms out there; isn’t it time you branched out? Depending on what you use social media for, there might be an even better site for your needs. Maybe you’re a small business owner with a niche appeal, and there… Read more »


How Keeping Focused Has Helped BizHive

BizHive

One’s ability to focus is often tied to his or her capacity for greatness. Or something like that. I don’t know – that’s a thing, right? I have a difficult time focusing on anything other than eating food, which is probably indicative of my future success (read: failure). But being focused and having a focal… Read more »


Zumbl Makes Online Chatting Safer

Zumbi

Heard about anonymous chat sites to talk with strangers? Sounds creepy? Zumbl was launched a few months ago to let users engage in meaningful conversations with strangers while maintaining anonymity. Just in time for Americans to alleviate some of the prying eyes of the NSA electronic snoops. Zumbl recently introduced a feature to talk about… Read more »


Up Your Virtual Presence With Crackpot.Cube

CrackpotCube

Would you believe me if I told you that your virtual presence is synonymous with your actual, physical presence? Think about that for a minute, and consider that a large portion of who you are and what you stand for is presented to the world via social media. However, all of our current platforms operate… Read more »




Push Back Against Bad Brands, Products and Customer Service with Blacklist

Blacklist

Remember those summer camp or backyard tent ghost stories of your childhood? Of course you do! Those ghouls and goblins scared us under the covers of our sleeping bags. But these horror tales pale in comparison to the horror stories of adulthood: bad products, diasappointing brands, and lousy customer service. A helpless and infuriating feeling comes with customer… Read more »




Splash: Broadcast Event Photos from Attendees in Real-Time

Splash

Ben Hindman, former director of events for Thrillist, found that his day-to-day, repetitive event management work – like invitations, guest list management, and post-event recaps – was difficult enough without having to create a dedicated, online presence for his events. To adapt a solution to his need, Hindman and Brett Boskoff cofounded Splash, a New York… Read more »





Meet and Treat New Connections with myTreat

MyTreat

In recent years, online meeting sites and applications have focused on bringing the online connection offline for in-person meetings. The only problem is, these online sites are primarily focused on dating. Eric Lai and Ben Tao saw this as an opportunity to build a solution for users who want to make real-world connections online, but… Read more »