Month: December 2014

Wishpond Review

As you make your way around the Wishpond product tour, you’ll quickly discover that it really is the Swiss Army knife of the online marketing world. There are several web-based tools that are easily accessible from the main dashboard, once you log into your account. […]

Websitepulse Review

WebSitePulse is a leading provider of advanced, independent and remote monitoring services that enable clients to increase the efficiency of their mission-critical e-business operations, and to reduce their risk of failed Internet transactions and loss of revenue. Cost-effective, easy-to-use Monitoring Services are available to meet […]

Depositphotos Review

There are 10 millions of royalty free stock images and photos at Depositphotos.

Images can be purchased either on an individual or on a subscription basis.

Single image purchases are done using credits (see”What are the credits and what are they for?”). The price of 1 credit is always $1 not depending of the credit package you bought. So you can easily consider “credit” as “dollar”. Minimal credit package is valued at $10.

Price of images varies from 0.5 credits for the smallest size to 9 credits for the largest size. Every vector image costs 9 credits. So just for $10 you can get 20 images of minimal size, which is suitable for Internet usage. (more…)

Rackspace Review

Rackspace has a wide customer base serving many thousands of small business as well as large corporations. The company is based in San Antonio, Texas (some 200 miles west of Houston). It also has overseas offices in London and Hong Kong. Since 1998 Rackspace has […]

Prosper.com Review

Prosper is a peer to peer lending company that offers personal loans at low rates. These loans are unsecured, which means you do not have to put up any collateral (like a house or car) that could get taken away if you can’t make payments. […]

Designmodo.com Review

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DesignModo’s intention to please designers, developers and companies struck me as interesting. After all, those are three diverse groups, each with different needs and wants.

Nonetheless, my first impressions were good. Their website was sleek and modern, and was giving me plenty of information about how Startup Framework functions.

As previously mentioned, Startup Framework provides uses with over 100 content blocks that can be customized to no end by anybody handy with HTML and CSS. You can mix and match the blocks as you see fit, building a website along the way.

Now, this isn’t a particularly new way of building websites. One-page sites have been around for a while, and the block-model isn’t something unique to the Startup framework.

However, Startup Framework also pushes the beauty of its product right from the start, and rightly so. In fact, just a brief look at the DesignModo website will tell you that they’re big on presentation, and that’s always a good sign.  (more…)

Wrike Review

Wrike was clearly built around the idea that everything revolves around individual tasks. Tasks almost have to be looked at as mini projects because that is where everything happens. You can perform a variety of actions on folders as well, but collaborating and sharing will […]

Zazzle Review

  Zazzle is one of the largest online stores offering a wide selection of custom products. Its vision is to redefine commerce, powered by the world’s imagination. The company was established in 2005. Today Zazzle takes one of the leading places among stores of this […]

Profit.ly Review

The man behind Profit.ly is Timothy Sykes, a brash trader who specializes in shorting overhyped penny stocks. He has built a newsletter and trading education business on his strategies and founded Investimonials, a website that rates investment products. He is also a top-performing model manager on Covestor. “Profit.ly is focused on showing all trades, something that has never been done before,” Sykes says. “This serves two purposes: creating public track records for gurus, newsletter writers and students and allowing everyone to learn from both the wins and losses of other traders to benefit the entire industry.” Profit.ly, which started last year, has tracked more than 100,000 trades of more than 7,000 users who generated $26.5 million in profit. “This is a good start, but my goal is have one million traders sharing their results openly so we have a long way to go and the profits will surely follow,” Sykes says. (more…)

Hostforweb Review

HostForWeb, out of Equinix, Chicago, offers web hosting for all sizes of businesses. They will host, design and register your domain name, and provide reseller services, as well. HostForWeb does appeal to a lot of people because they are pretty cheap. When I evaluate a […]