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Chargify certainly falls in the same category--I just named a few and not all! Do you have experience using Chargify?
Kylee McIntyre - 1m ago
Indonesia’s Worst Online Scams (and How to Report Them)
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Wilson Todd - 5m ago
Is joining an accelerator worth it? Singapore startups give the inside view
The decision to apply for an accelerator should be nearly as well thought out as the application itself. There are so many copy cat accelerators popp...
Maria Ruth Arga - 5m ago
The moment when he accidentally reinvented the personal cloud
I hadn't seen Popoplug before, but that does look very similar. I'm not sure if Popoplug is still running - their social media hasn't been updated in ...
Erik Crouch - 7m ago
Fintech startup gets $1.5m funding to help millennials reach payday
Would you use this app? Do you think that this is a good business model? Sound off in the comments.
Kylee McIntyre - 9m ago