Some websites we thought everyone could benefit from.
Last week in our meeting around the “sort of rectangle table” we were asked by Calvin to find a website we thought everyone at Webhouse could benefit from and then present them the following Wednesday.
These are our
Zelda the Sales Queen introduced us to http://blog.hubspot.com/sales – With our powerful, easy to use, integrated set of applications, businesses can attract, engage, and delight customers by delivering inbound experiences that are relevant, helpful, and personalized. HubSpot is, after all, on a mission to make the world more inbound, one business transformation after another.
Seshni the Website Warrior explained to us how to shorten – https://bitly.com – Since 2008, we have been committed to unleashing the power of the link. Based in New York City, we shorten nearly half a billion links per month as an integral part of social, SMS, email efforts (and more) from brands, marketers, publishers, government organizations, non-profits and individual users.
Thirusha the Support Samurai was so busy slashing those sales that she forgot to find a website but she promised that the next time we meet, she will have two websites to present.
Preetha the Princess of Production introduced us to Larry Kim – Larry Kim founded WordStream in 2007. He bootstrapped the company by providing internet consulting services while funding/managing a team of engineers and marketers to develop and sell software for search engine marketing automation. Larry on Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn.
https://www.periscope.tv/about – Just over a year ago, we became fascinated by the idea of discovering the world through someone else’s eyes. What if you could see through the eyes of a protester in Ukraine? Or watch the sunrise from a hot air balloon in Cappadocia? It may sound crazy, but we wanted to build the closest thing to teleportation. While there are many ways to discover events and places, we realized there is no better way to experience a place right now than through live video. A picture may be worth a thousand words, but live video can take you someplace and show you around.
Bronson the Knight of ISP shared some interesting info with us – http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/03/30/introducing-project-spartan-the-new-browser-built-for-windows-10/ – “Project Spartan,” the new browser we are introducing in Windows 10. Project Spartan will be available across the Windows 10 device family. It is fast, compatible, and built for the modern Web. Project Spartan is designed to work the way you do, with features enabling you to do cool things like write or type on a webpage. It’s a browser that is made for easy sharing, reading, discovery and getting things done online.
http://techcrunch.com/2015/04/21/champageviews-for-my-real-friends/?ncid=rss&utm_medium=twitter#.gnpfce:qm1w – for some good tips and updates.
Calvin the Wizard of Aus – showed us http://twit.tv – The TWiT.tv Netcast Network with Leo Laporte features the #1 ranked technology podcast This Week in Tech, along with over 20 other top-ranked online shows.
Samwise the Scribe – presented us with http://www.technobuffalo.com/ – TechnoBuffalo has one focus: To help you get the most out of your tech lifestyle.
http://www.polishmywriting.com/ – they use artificial intelligence and natural language processing technology to find your writing errors and offer smart suggestions.
Let us know if you have any helpful websites we could all be using to make our lives easier, or if any of these interested you!