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Announcing our Free Trial of SimplePost!

After a lot of work, testing, and re-testing, we are finally ready to launch our Free Trial of SimplePost tonight! I’m really excited about the things we are building ...
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EasyPeople does a write-up on SmashFly….

When you’re a startup company, it’s always exciting when you see the first signs of people taking notice of what you’re doing and writing about it. Jenn Lynch ...
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Our first Introductory Webinar, a success!

I mentioned in my last post, in March, that i was officially going to start blogging again….and then i didn’t. But this time, it’s for real. Some quick ...
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Launching The SmashFly Technology Group

I’ve been away from posting for awhile again…I was deep into technical details with VS.NET 2005, VSTO 2005 and Biztalk 2006. But I’d like to take the opportunity, ...
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Posting distribution company vs Posting web-service company

As we get closer to “launching” version 1.0 of SimplePost….I thought I’d take a moment to briefly describe the differences in both products & approaches of SmashFly versus ...
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Blogging and building brand awareness.

Came across this simple posting…which I think makes a lot of sense: I think having a “real” blog IS important…and attempting to build your corporate marketing “message” into ...
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Integrated Job Posting Service…

Every once in a while, I’ve decided I’ll drop a new posting on my Blog reminding developers that they no longer need to develop integrations with the major ...
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RE: Mary Jo warns Microsoft not to drink Web 2.0 koolaid

Scoble talks about this posting from Mary Jo, and I have to agree…the future is the combintation of software and services. I don’t see Microsoft jumping 100% into ...
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Launching my recruitment marketing blog…and SmashFly Technologies!

Well, I’ve finally decided to launch my own blog…It’s not that I haven’t had anything to say…but it’s always a time-thing with me. It was also a workflow/technology thing. ...
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