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  1. Why Snappa owner Chris Gimmer paid $40K for

    May 1, 2017 by Hero


    Snappa co-founder and CEO Christopher Gimmer wrote an in depth article on why he decided to spend $40,000 for the domain name , and why it was well worth it. The site was previously running on In the article he says: When you own the .com, you’re signalling to the market that you’re legit. And when people are …
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  2. Online Security Startups

    April 5, 2017 by Hero

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    Smyte, the online security startup and Y Combinator graduate, has raised $4 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Avalon Ventures, with participation from new and existing investors, including Baseline Ventures, Founder Collective, Harrison Metal, Upside Partnership and Y Combinator. Smyte has now raised $6.25 million overall. Smyte is a small team of experts in the areas …
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  3. Data Analysis Platform

    November 10, 2016 by Hero

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    Periscope Data , a San Francisco, CA-based data analysis platform designed specifically for data scientists, secured $25m in Series B funding. The round, which followed a $9.5m Series A funding in 2015 led by DFJ, was led by Bessemer Venture Partners with participation from existing investors Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Susa Ventures, Innovation Endeavors, and AngelPad. In conjunction with the funding, …
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  4. Marketing & Analytics Companies

    October 19, 2016 by Hero

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    Leanplum Analytics secured $29M in Series C financing yesterday. The round was led by Canaan Partners, with participation from existing investors Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) and Shasta Ventures. Since its 2012 launch, the Leanplum has raised a total of $46.3 million.   Leanplum has become the fastest growing mobile marketing platform in its class. The company has tripled …
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  5. Brands ending in ster like Placester & Noxster

    October 18, 2016 by Hero

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    Many internet companies like to make their brands end in ster. It’s naming format that became famous in the 90’s with Sean Parker’s Napster and also Friendster. The ster suffix naming trend is still going strong with business startups like Playster, Zagster, Comster, influenster , Cutester, RSVPster, admitster, nomster, pactster, wishster, placester, appster, selfster, spottster, checkster, grimmster, myhelpster, …. And …
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