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PlusClout.com – Measure Google Plus Influence

To many, measuring the influence people really have on social services has always been a number one priority. And that’s anything but surprising. Take a site like Twitter, for example. Most people see it as nothing but a self-promotion tool, a service that lets someone cultivate a personal brand. Everything else about the service comes second. To them, Twitter is something that is used in order to pitch what one (and his...

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HostMeasureUp.com – Web Hosts Compared

If you are thinking about launching your very own site, the hosting service you will choose should never be an afterthought. This might sound entirely obvious, but the truth remains that some people focus solely on the actual design of the site (IE, which logos to use, which banners to have displayed…) and pay little attention to something as pivotal as where the site will actually be hosted. Well, this new resource should be...

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CampaignCog.com – Effective Email Marketing Campaigns

What would you do if you had to conduct an email marketing campaign, and measure how efficient that has been? The truth is there are many applications and services for getting such a task done. This startup is one of these. On CampaignCog, you are provided with a rich and developed set of analytics that will let you measure everything from how many people did receive the mails that you have sent out to the way that they actually...

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CrowdSavvy.com – Poll The Users Of Your App

Crowd Savvy is a new polling platform that is geared towards developers of native iPhone and Android apps. By installing six lines of code into their apps, they will be able to gather information from their users through an intuitive web interface. The results of these surveys will become measurable in real time, using the provided dashboard. Thanks to Crowd Savvy, developers are enabled to quantify feedback, analyze customer...

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PulseFlow.com – How Your App Is Used

Coming up with an application that has a feature too many is as counterproductive as devising one that practically lacks all options. If you give people too many things to do they might end up doing nothing at all, and heading off somewhere else – somewhere they find an application that does the job simply-enough to begin with, and that has a basic range of additional features to benefit from when they feel like going one step...

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