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Friday Favourites – Pocket, InboxQ, UpperCup

imageOn a Friday I try to post my favourites from the week – links to cool content and tools that I’ve found or had recommended to me.

Cool stuff I’ve found this week, ending February 15th, 2013:-

  • Pocket – Formerly known as Read It Later, Pocket allows you to quickly capture bookmarks from web-sites and read them at a later time. The app is cross-platform, working on Chrome, Internet Explorer, PC, Mac, iPad and Android. My new favourite tool of choice for capturing interesting content.
  • InboxQ – A free tool to scour Twitter and find people asking questions about things you know. It’s a great way to find conversations with potential clients for yourself and for your own clients.
  • UpperCup – Are you so addicted to your iPhone that you need to text while drinking a cup of Coffee? UpperCup holds your iPhone so you have both hands free! A bit of fun from Amsterdam based Natwerk.

Do you have any cool content or tools to share with me? Why not e-mail me, Tweet me, or share with me on Google+ and I if I feature them in my blog you can be sure to give you credit!

Have a great weekend! Smile


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I help IT companies grow their businesses in a scalable and sustainable way. My clients are business owners of small to medium sized IT firms. at Tubblog
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  1. Thanks for the tips! Really wanted InboxQ to work. Would be great for Sales if you could monitor questions related to certain keywords. It just seems to me that the keywords hits you get are too few.

    On second thought, though, I’m not sure it’s the right approach, so now I’ve thought of something else: Follow questions from people you follow. It’s pretty simple. Make use of this URL:

    Blog post coming up about it soon. (typing it up just now)


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