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Private Clubs Have Their Own Private Social Network with Clubster


There already exists a slew of private social networks, but William King believes that private clubs require a different kind of social network. “Private member clubs and organizations have been demanding a way to utilize social media tools to best engage their members, while still maintaining the industry’s commitment to privacy,” says King, COO and partner… Read more »

Sell Your Items for Free on Pinterest in 2 Clicks


Pinterest has millions of users, and some of them are looking to make a profit. Sellers routinely use it to showcase their own items: they set up an Etsy shop, for example, then “pin” their products. But a new service called Pin2Sell makes selling on Pinterest even quicker. Pin2Sell users just upload a photo of… Read more »

CTA Delays? Complain about Your Commute on TransitChatter


“Driving in traffic is a different kind of hell every day,” said Harvard psychologist Daniel Gilbert. The same could be said for taking the metro. Somehow after weeks and weeks of delays, construction, and bumper-to-bumper, we still hope for a smooth commute. That’s why commuting is its own class of agony. To ease the pain… Read more »

There’s an App For That: New Apps and Features from Eventbrite, YesWare, Uppidy, and More

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The ubiquitous online event planning tool Eventbrite has launched an At The Door Credit Card Reader for iPad, which basically turns an iPad into a mobile box office.  It lets event organizers sell tickets and merchandise and track attendees; the goal is to better compete with Ticketmaster by providing a better, cheaper, and more flexible… Read more »