Author: Ashwin

TrafficTruffle: Identify Leads As They Visit Your Site

For a lot of us marketers & businesses, the lack of absolutely any information on your visitors is a major stumbling block. I mean, if you had a physical store, you’d at least be able to see who comes in and what they do. To some extent, you can achieve something similar with Google Analytics and Mouseflow. Yet, it’s not exactly the same as seeing someone walking in. For B2B businesses, it’s also important to know which “companies” browse your website (and not just individuals). Traffic Truffle helps you to identify and record business visitors specifically so that you...

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Appresser: Build a Mobile App from Any WordPress Website

Pop Quiz: How easy or hard is it to build an app? You tell me. Ross Brown of Entrepreneur listed out several reasons why your small business should have an app – and includes research which reveals that the overall mobile app market will grow to a whopping $63 billion by 2020. If and when you know that you need another channel to scale, that your customers are tech savvy, check their phone multiple times per day and also happen to know that they’d prefer dedicated some space on their phone for your app, you just know that an...

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Carrd: Build Sleek & Sophisticated One-Page Websites

Today, it’s really easy to set up a website and if you still worry endless about putting up a website, then you are really sweating the small stuff if you ask me. This is the era of artificial intelligence, big data, and machine learning. There are plenty of DIY website builders out there than can get the job done (and it’s probably faster and more efficient if you go this route). Talking about DIY builders, there are so many of them today that you now have a new problem altogether: which one would you choose? [this makes for another...

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Setapp: A Subscription Service for Mac Apps

Do you like deals? Would you like to save money? Of course, you do. Who doesn’t like that, right? Mac users already end up spending a lot – for the laptops themselves, for the accessories and then moving on to apps. Depending on your use case, you could have free apps or paid apps or both on your mac. But if you were like everyone else, you’d have to dig through the app store, read reviews, figure out the best apps for your needs, pay in cash, and download the apps. All that is good, but only until something...

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Raindrop: The BookMark Manager That Changes How You BookMark

Quick check: Do you use bookmarks? Do you often visit interesting pages, stumble upon blog posts so good that you’d want to go back to them again? How about web-based tools that you want to keep tabs of? Maybe there are certain pages on the Internet that’d always need for ready reference? If you are a blogger or an author, you’d need a ready reference for all the sites you want to link to or do your research. Students? You’d obviously need a ready roster of websites that can help you continue with studies, or research, or both. Business...

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