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12 Best Tools For Managing Leads And Contacts
Mar13

12 Best Tools For Managing Leads And Contacts

I love Act!; it stands the test of time. It is a very easy interface; the search functions are great, and the ability to convert the customer data to Excel to do direct mail or constant contact campaigns is very attractive. Most of our customer data is from organizations looking to book our CEO clients…

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Startup Mentor Chris Drane Hopes To Make Golf Fun Again With Golf Mentor

Dr. Chris Drane was a pioneer in cellular location back in 1983. Today, Dr. Drane is more interested in putting the fun back into golf through his startup Golf Mentor.   Drane notes that golf is a difficult game that is even more difficult to learn and improve on if one begins later in life. The Golf Mentor site allows users to set goals, post scores, and list practice sessions. From there, Golf Mentor analyzes a user’s game...

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Tipila – Encyclopedia For Programmers To Share Code Snippets And Tips
Jul03

Tipila – Encyclopedia For Programmers To Share Code Snippets And Tips

As a natural experimenter, developer Amila Gamlath wanted to create a site that would function as a tool for managing and sharing programming knowledge. These “tips” he thought, were the perfect way for developers to compile and share ideas that would help them in turn build better tools and products.   His website, Tipila.com is a resource for programmers. It’s easier and much more logical to use than simply reading forums...

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Michael Wood-Lewis Talks About Front Porch Forum And Growing Organically

I’m from Burlington, Vermont, a small town way up by the Canada border. Burlington is known (to people who actually know that it exits) as a hyper-local, slightly hippy, super liberal kinda place. In short: not the kind of place you’d expect to find an awesome startup, considering it’s physically and conceptually miles from Silicon Valley.     Michael Wood-Lewis didn’t see it that way when he started...

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Mixy.tv Wants To Be Your Video Genius

Sometimes you want a startup to succeed because their product is simply too cool, and you can’t wait for it to make life easier. Sometimes you root for a company because the people behind the venture seem like genuine, hard working, kind souls that if given the right turn would affirm all the assumptions about a benign universe you’ve been carrying around in your head. And sometimes, as with Mixy.tv, the startup meets all the above...

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