WebPlatform.org — Your Web, documented Gravity Personalizes Websites Based on Your Interests The Spark of Genius Series highlights a unique feature of startups and is made possible by Microsoft BizSpark. If you would like to have your startup considered for inclusion, please see the details here. Name: Gravity Quick Pitch: Personalize website homepages for each viewer through interest graphing technology Genius Idea: Websites using Gravity can generated a personalized web page for each visitor based on the reader’s engagement with their website. We Make Brands Social Oracle Social Relationship Management delivers the first, unified solution for social monitoring, marketing, applications, engagement and analysis, and it fully integrates products from Vitrue including Publisher, Tabs, Shops, Games, Open Graph Object and Analytics.
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Digital Marketing Suite The Adobe USA site has been optimized for users within the United States. If you live outside the U.S., we recommend that you visit your local site for the most relevant information, including pricing, promotions, and local events. United States Canada - English Meet the Next 63 Y Combinator Start-ups - Liz Gannes The start-up incubator Y Combinator today is pushing out 63 new companies, its largest and most daunting class ever. Of them, 31 are presenting themselves on the record for investors and press at the newly embiggened Y Combinator headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. “We didn’t become less selective,” Y Combinator founder Paul Graham said of the latest class, his program’s thirteenth. “We funded three percent of the applicants just like we always do. It’s just a larger percentage of the total pool of start-ups is coming through Y Combinator.” The other distinction is that Y Combinator didn’t let investors snag any participants early, as it previously has.
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