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Quotiply.com – Find The Best Suppliers

Quotiply is a productivity tool that makes it easy for businesses to connect both with their suppliers and with their customers. This new application can collect, rate and assess offers from your company’s usual providers, and then take care of singling out the best contender out of all of them. It’s done by creating “demands” that let Quotiply understand all you want to know about the services you’re...

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GoTypecast.com – Answer Questions Online

Twitter and related platforms have modified the way in which audiences interact with speakers and lecturers. More and more each day, events that enable people to opine on what is being discussed are becoming the norm. And platforms like Typecast keep on expanding the ways in which people can actually make their voices be heard. Or set down in writing, to be more accurate. You see, Typecast lets people create online events (typecasts)...

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Questhall.com – Answers For Your Questions

Questhall is a new Q & A site, and it is a bit difficult to see it positively when one thinks of all the press that Quora has been getting recently. I mean, that site has been touted as a Facebook killer, no less. There is not a lot of room for services such as Questhall any longer – IE, services that offer no improvement over the countless Q & A sites that have come and gone before. On QuestHall, you are allowed to...

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Replyz.com – Broadening The Appeal Of Q & A Websites

Replyz is a new service that takes something which is so popular nowadays as the asking and answering of questions, and gives it an enormous social push. In general, anything that you ask using Replyz is being spread through all the major (and minor) social networks that are available today. That is, if you post a question on Replyz the same will be echoed and amplified through sites such as Twitter, Facebok and Orkut. And the best...

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Ianswr.com – Asking & Answering Questions Using Twitter

Questions and answers sites keep on surging and surging. Ianswr is the latest one to surface, and it thankfully comes with some twists of its own: the whole process is powered by Twitter. That is, if you want to find the answer to anything all you have to do is sent out a tweet tagged with #ianswr. These tweets will there and then be posted on the Ianswr site for everybody to take notice and supply his own answers, and do so...

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