SinglePlatform Raises $3.3M To Help Local Businesses Create Online Storefronts SinglePlatform, a startup that helps local businesses create websites in minutes, has raised $3.25 million funding led by DFJ Gotham Ventures with participation from New World Ventures, First Round Capital and RRE Ventures. This investment brings the company’s total funding to $4.45 million. SinglePlatform operates as a ‘one-stop’ platform for local businesses to manage their web presence, allowing them to integrate their websites, Twitter, Facebook and more easily. Local businesses are also able to publish their specials, events, menus, photos and more. Plus, SinglePlatform’s website creation tool automatically creates a mobile-optimized site. Another bonus to using SinglePlatform is that businesses can publish their listings across a publisher network that includes 11,000 mobile applications, 34,000 hotels, 620 universities, data providers, and travel and food specific destination sites.
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Monetate Raises $15 Million For Realtime Testing And Targeting Platform Monetate, the platform that provides marketers with testing and targeting services for their websites, announced today that it has closed a $15 million series B funding round. The round was led by OpenView Venture Partners and adds to the $5.1 million series A round the company raised back in December from First Round Capital and FLOODGATE. The latest infusion of capital brings total investment to just over $20 million. Monetate Co-founders David Brussin and David Bookspan, like many entrepreneurs, have dabbled in several industries. Augmented Reality – creative ads with this new technology! Recently I came across this on the web. This technology has been here for quite a while, but only a few would have seen this. I am amazed at how people could think like this! Just brilliant. Creative advertising has gone wild.
Blissmobox Wants To Help Consumers Discover Organic And Eco-Friendly Products We’ve seen a number of startups emerge that are using a sampling box as a way to help consumers discover products, including Babbaco, Foodzie, BirchBox and BeachMint. Blissmo is the latest company to join the mix with the launch of the Blissmobox, which allows consumers to discover organic and eco-friendly products that safer and better for them, their families and their planet. The Blissmobox is a subscription service that delivers these eco-friendly products to your door once a month.
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