Archive for January, 2012

Chartbeat Is Expanding Fast, Wants To Expand More

There is nothing else quite like Chartbeat. The Betaworks outgrowth is a unique real-time analytics engine that gathers all sorts of data about websites. At almost four years old, Chartbeat is itching to grow bigger, which explains their latest ‘inside round’ of $1 million dollars. This could eventually lead to a heftier funding round from [...]

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The Uniqueness of Ignighter

The title for this post might be a little too grand though. But there’s a good reason why Ignighter are noteworthy. Word has spread that the four year old group dating site is on its way to closing a large Series B, but what really makes Ignighter distinct is its runaway success. Because of all [...]

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Contently Snags Large Series A

Hardly a week into the new year and startups left and right are snagging lotsa funds. Anyway, Contently already had the benefit of coverage here at NY Tech Blog before. Back then the freelance writing reosurce hadn’t emerged from its cocoon yet. Several months late ad after some traction, they’ve finally grown to a point [...]

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Onepager Is Becoming Pretty Ubiquitous

Not very ubiquitous, but widespread in the sense that they’ve been ultra productive these past several months. This isn’t the first time Onepager had a spotlight shone on it either. In what amounts to a gem of an exclusive, NY Tech Blog caught Onepager during its inception–this was August, 2011. (How time flies!) Back then [...]

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Reports Surface Of Wantworthy Funding Round

Since fashion and retail still has room enough for more than a few great ideas, it comes as no surprise that Wantworthy are getting somewhere. Though it hasn’t been confirmed yet, the wishlist-driven startup is believed to have nearly capped a million dollar funding round. According to one site, an undisclosed pool of investors have [...]

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