Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Abe's Market

Abe’s Market is the online marketplace for great natural products. We connect buyers seeking amazing natural products with the people who make them. There’s no need to prowl the Internet for a broader natural product selection than can be found at your local natural market. At Abe’s Market, you can get all your natural product buying done in one place.

Too often today, we buy products without knowing the origin of the products. At Abe’s Market you can discover fantastic natural products while having the unique opportunity to learn the story behind them – straight from the products’ creators. This valuable background goes beyond what can be found on a label. Who makes the product? What’s in it? Where is it made? How? You can even chat directly with sellers to ask specific questions so you know that you can trust and be comfortable with the products you bring into your home.

Monday, 31 August 2009

Free Agent Central

Free Agent is a best of breed on-line accounting application for Freelances, Small business and accounting firms.
Designed from the ground up as a SaaS application, the interface is intuitive and friendly.
The application is strong on time-management, invoicing, expenses reimbursement, UK tax and VAT.

Targeted at the 2m very small operations in the UK with 1-3 people who are time and resource constrained and built specifically for them.

Friday, 1 May 2009


UserVoice helps companies listen to customers - turning

feedback into innovation that improves their bottom line.

With shortening software release cycles and more intense

competition, companies need to be able to react quicker.

Customers can be a great source of instant feedback but

user forums & contact emails do not scale well, becoming

disorganised & time consuming.

UserVoice offers:

A simple way to get actionable feedback fast

Widgets that make it easy to solicit feedback

Hosted forums where customers vote for the best ideas

Prioritised, actionable ideas that companies can use to improve

their products

(example forum:

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Thursday, 30 April 2009


Twitterfeed saves over 400,000 publishers many hours by auto feeding their posts (over 750K daily) directly to Twitter and Facebook.
Twitterfeed also provides real time stats to publishers to help them track activity on their posts.

Twitterfeed is jointly funded by TAG and Betaworks and operates out of London and New York.

Sunday, 26 April 2009 is a sophisticated URL shortener. It uses a cookie to remember the last 15 links you've shortened and displays that history on the home page when you visit. It allows you to set up a custom URL ending for your link. It automatically creates 3 thumbnails for every page you save a link to. also tracks clickthrough numbers and referrers so you can see what kind of traffic your shortcut got and from where. There's a simple API for adding functionality to any other web app and all the data, including traffic data and thumbnails, is easily accessible by XML feeds.

The sidebar makes it simple to post links of the webpage being viewed to Twitter, Facebook

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Tuesday, 24 February 2009


TweetDeck is a desktop application that aims to evolve the existing functionality of Twitter by taking loads of information i.e twitter feeds, and breaking it down into more manageable bite sized pieces.

TweetDeck enables users to split their main feed (All Tweets) into topic or group specific columns allowing a broader overview of tweets. To do this All Tweets are saved to a local database. One column will always contain All Tweets. The GROUP, SEARCH and REPLIES buttons then allow the user to make up additional columns populated from the database. Once created these additional columns will automatically update allowing the user to easily keep track of a twitter threads.

Being database driven TweetDeck allows the user to continue twittering even when offline. Tweets and direct messages are queued and then sent automatically when back online.
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Friday, 20 February 2009

Skimlinks is a really neat solution for bloggers and web publishers to earn cash through affiliate marketing without all the hassle of signing up Affiliate networks or retailers.

Really simple to implement and install, Skimlinks turns normal retailer links found in their editorial content into ‘affiliate links’ automatically. Each time a user clicks-through and makes a purchase, the website earns a commission from the retailer.

Skimlink’s new technology means users no longer have to sign up for multiple affiliate programs across many networks, or create and maintain affiliate links as merchants change from one network to another. Skimlinks provides instant access to affiliate programs of over 9,000 international merchants (even the 30-40% of merchants that do not support deeplinking) across 16 affiliate networks, and all publisher’s links are optimised for the best commissions at any point in time.
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