Monday, February 25, 2013

WP Engine: Viral WordPress Protection

If you are running Word Press and feel that your site will crash if it goes viral, then look into WP Engine to provide your hosting.

Very Cool Colorpicker

One of the best color pickers I've seen.

Quipio: Yet Another Textagram

I recently bumped into and here comes a very similar service that lets you further customize your text and shoot it out to all your social networks.

Friday, February 22, 2013

Vine: Share Short Videos

With the Vine mobile app you can share 6-second videos with your friends.

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Albumatic: Collaborative Albums Creation

You and your friends can create albums of photos at any casual event. Share them with others, even with non-friends or those who didn't get the chance of being at the event. Other services have come and gone, but it seems Albumatic may have an edge on usability. 

So now parents can share photos of their kids' sporting events. Wedding guests and the wedding couple can cherish the photos of everyone at their event.

I imagine Albumatic's business plan may include selling photo prints.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

SaberBlast: Automating Marketing Alliances

It might be difficult for a small start-up to make an alliance with a big company that may have an interest in placing some ads on the start-ups website. SaberBlast intends to make this easier for all parties involved. 

Boldomatic: Like a Textagram

Cool new feature. Put in any text, and you get a nice big letter billboard with a nice background color to boldly display in your social network feeds. It's like making your comments stand out in your feeds in a billboard style sort of way.

Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Embed Instagram Anywhere allows you to include a free widget on your website that displays Instagram pics based on usernames or hashtags. Very cool.

Friday, February 01, 2013

Swish Helps Launch New Products

Swish seeks to help launch new products by providing an ecommerce marketplace to showcase and to sell your new product. Once you receive a quota of orders, you fulfill the orders by sending the entire product inventory to Swish who then fulfills each order for you. Thus, the little guy doesn't need to worry about how to fulfill his orders should his product go viral suddenly. Bad thing is that Swish takes a 35% cut.