Les Echos: Entrepreneurs Covers Presse Citron’s Startup of the Year

  • June 28, 2012
  • / Gabriela

“WriteThat.Name allows for the automatic maintenance of an email address book. Thus, if someone in your network changes companies or phone numbers, the information will be updated in your address book.” Les Echos has covered the Press Citron Startup of the Year 2012. We were named the first Startup of the Month back in October…
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Kwaga’s WriteThatname awarded at the European Linguistic Technology Summit

  • June 28, 2012
  • / Gabriela

Paris, June 28, 2012 – Kwaga won the LT-Innovate Award (Linguistic Technologies Award) for its online service WriteThat.name that keeps the address book automatically up-to-date. The LT-Innovate Summit took place on the 19th of June in Brussels, Belgium. There were more than 30 LT-companies presenting their activities and technologies at the LT-Summit in front of…
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David Crow’s Indispensable Tools

  • June 25, 2012
  • / Gabriela

“I always found looking at the tools that others used a little voyeuristic, but often insightful.” David Crow has put together an amazing list of his “indispensable tools and applications”. We too use some of these great tools, but were excited to discover some other new names mentioned. WriteThat.name made the list, as well, but…
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Deliverability’s 50 Email Startups you should know about

  • June 25, 2012
  • / Gabriela

“While working on ZeroMail I come across most new startups in the email space. I’ve been keeping a list and figured, why keep it for myself, I might just as well share it.” Bart Jellema, the founder of Startup Australia which organises StartupCamps to inspire and support more people to start their own tech venture,…
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How to export, import, merge duplicates and restore Google Contacts

  • June 21, 2012
  • / Gabriela

Did you know just HOW MUCH you can tweak your address book right inside Google Contacts in Gmail? It’s all hidden in this little “more” button     Merge Duplicate Contacts     Export Google contacts to Thunderbird, Outlook, Apple Mail… (or export only the contacts WriteThatname has carefully updated)     AND every now…
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Kwaga announces the appointment of Ms. Adi Bein as Marketing Director

  • June 18, 2012
  • / Gabriela

The international experience of Ms. Bein will boost WriteThat.name’s development on both B2B and B2C markets Paris, June 18th 2012 – Kwaga, the creator of WriteThat.name the online service that automatically updates email address books, announced today its appointment of Ms Adi Bein as Marketing Director. Leveraging her experience, Ms Bein will develop new offerings…
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Users ask for it, and we provide! New email preferences

  • June 14, 2012
  • / Gabriela

  We’ve just added email preferences to your WriteThatname settings page, giving you the choice between daily, weekly or monthly notifications of your contact updates.  Feel free to adjust that now within your settings (general tab).   CLICK HERE to sign in and MODIFY   We’d love to hear what you think and please do keep sending in your feedback as it helps us…
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Must-see: Our sleak new @writethatname video!

  • June 12, 2012
  • / Gabriela

  We are very, very pleased with the results of our collaboration with the very talented team at Epipheo.  Check out the amazing one-minute video they’ve produced!!!      

Automate Your Life with WeekendHacker

  • June 8, 2012
  • / Gabriela

Whitson Gordon has done it again with this week’s edition of WeekendHacker, giving us some of the best suggestions for how to further automate our lives. Splitting his tips up into four different categories, Gordon gives us ideas on how to automate our computers, phone, home, and chores. WriteThat.name was mentioned in how to automate…
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Mashable gives us the Freemium breakdown

  • June 5, 2012
  • / Gabriela

Our Freemium version has really been talked about quite a bit here recently. This awesome article in Mashable – analysing where the Freemium Model is failing, and where it isn’t – used us as one of the main examples of where it does work. We know that Freemium versions aren’t always the best option, but…
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