Mabbly keeps an eye on 15 startup companies that are starting to make it big in the tech industry:
Fullscreen is a media company powering the creation and sharing of video with the connected generation. It's network, technology, and services unite premiere online talent and the world's leading brands with more than 365 million massively engaged subscribers.
LeadFerret.com is the world's first site with 100% free B2B data. Every record in LeadFerret is complete with company, name, title, address, phone number and most importantly email address.
The best thing about LeadFerret--it's absolutely free! No wonder why LeadFerret is becoming the go-to site for free business to business data!
OpenX is one of the world's leading providers of digital and mobile advertising technology. OpenX allows publishers to manage and sell across all of their online ad revenue channels and they allow advertisers to reach large, targeted audiences, at scale.
MarketShare empowers businesses to credibly measure and dramatically improve the return on their marketing investments. Called out as a leader in the industry by Forrester Research and a "Cool Vendor" by Gartner, MarketShare has enabled more than half of the Fortune 50 companies to dramatically improve their marketing effectiveness.
As the leading complaint resolution platform, Scambook's primary purpose is to give consumers like you a voice. Whether you're a victim of fraud or bad business practices, Scambook aims to help share your story and even find a resolution.
ReelSEO is the one-stop, go-to destination for the growing interactive video community. It is a leading resource for news, analysis, tips and trends for the online video and internet marketing industries.
7.) The Fare Trade
The Fare Trade works with an ever-changing roster of the nation’s top up-and-coming chef talent to curate a monthly box of culinary treasures, the platform dually represents a national launching pad for small-batch artisans and a commune to share recipes and experiences while accessing stylized editorial content, exclusive chef/artisan opportunities, and more.
Spokeo is a leading people search platform, They focus on helping people reunite. Spokeo makes it easier than ever to help reunite friends and family, browse celebrities, and discover information about your online footprint by organizing White Pages listings, Public Records and Social Network Information.
InMotion Hosting is one of the fastest and most reliable networks in the world. The company's mantra is to exceed your expectations - whether that be with reliable network, award-winning support staff, or industry leading money back guarantee.
With a central location for finding, screening, and tracking applicants, ZipRecruiter empowers employers and recruiters to make the best hiring decisions without bulky or expensive software. They can also distribute their resume to thousands of hiring managers through the resume database.
HeatSync brings together all website analytics in one place. Whether you’re just tracking your own website or your competitors’, HeatSync allows you to draw on many online sources to historically track, review, and compare any website analytical information.
QuadraNet was originally formed in 2001 as a telecommunications provider in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas. Now they are a full service data center provider, offering colocation, dedicated servers, cluster management, and complex hosting solutions.
GumGum is a new kind of advertising platform, dedicated to brand engagement and guaranteed viewability. GumGum is the leading in-image and in-screen advertising platform, driving brand engagement for advertisers and increased revenue for publishers across every screen.
ProProfs is the leading provider of software as a service (SAAS) tools for building and testing knowledge. ProProfs empowers users with a valuable feedback engine to apply knowledge, helping them increase productivity, efficiency and profitability.
WonderHowTo provides more than 170,000 how-to videos & articles from more than 17,000 specialized creators, spanning 35 vertical categories and 424 sub-categories. WonderHowTo's strategy for growth is to empower our intellectually-curious community.
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