Amy Schmittauer is the Founder & Face of Savvy Sexy Social. She is a "social media frenzy" working in social relations consulting, blogging, and, of course, vlogging. She shares a glimpse into her life on her YouTube channel. Connect with Amy on Twitter at @schmittastic.

 

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Pheed The World: An Interview with Pheed CEO OD Kobo

Last week, I had the opportunity to chat with OD (pronounced “Oh-dee”) Kobo, founder and CEO of the latest social network to grab the world’s attention — Pheed. Pheed is a free social media platform, based out of Los Angeles, that launched on October 12th. The…

Routzy: The All-In-One CRM iPad App for Sales Professionals

Whether you’re selling a product or working in the service industry, you probably know the many number of steps in the sales process. Now try searching the App Store to fill one of those needs. You’ll find innumerable options to choose from to accommodate…

Instagrille: Sync Instagram Activity to Your PC

Checking Instagram can be is a huge time suck for most of us. But a desktop app is making it even easier for you to stay tuned to your fellow mobile photographers’ activity – with a few new features. Instagrille is a desktop application that syncs activity…

Purge: Sell Your Stuff In A Snap With An App [INTERVIEW]

I don’t know about you, but I look around every day and think to myself, “How did I get surrounded by all this stuff?” I mean, I’m practically drowning in clutter. Books, electronics, dog toys, shoes, “memorabilia,” appliances, office supplies, stuff, stuff, and more…

Fundable: Crowdfunding Just For Startups

Tuesday was the official launch of Fundable, a crowdfunding platform specifically for startup companies. Founded by serial entrepreneur Wil Schroter, the platform follows the passage of the JOBS Act (or “Crowdfunding Act”), which allows companies to publicly raise money from anyone willing to back them: “With…

Automate Your Online Chores with If This Then That

Since I’m new around these parts, I thought this would be a better way than any other to give you some insight about who I am as an entrepreneur (or “entreprenewbie” as I like to call it) and new media specialist. I’m really forgetful….