|Rain and Fog and Citgo Sign -- Ah, Boston, You're My Home|
I didn't get to talk to all of the companies because I was busy having an epic adventure trying to buy camera batteries. Maybe I'll make that a separate blog post :-) Anyway, I did get to talk to some cool people about some cool products.
Aimed at college students, of which there are an awful lot in Boston, Jebbit shows you websites and products you like, and pays you to explore them. "Discover, Answer and Get Paid" is their motto. It's a new take on online advertising, much more engaged, that benefits consumers as well as the advertisers. Yup, you can really earn money by answering questions. Open to all college students, all you have to do is go to jebbit.com, login with Facebook, and answer a few questions.
|Jebbit Team -- Best Costume of #MIN38|
Want to sign up for a Hip-Hop class, organize a laser tag session, or find something new to do with your friends? Savique helps you discover fun things to do in Boston and environs, and seamlessly make plans to go with the people you care about. Raoul gave an enthusiastic pitch and he's definitely onto something with Savique. It needs to become a mobile app too, though.
|Raoul Pitching Savique to Suzanne and Susan, both from Lowell|
|VC Daily News Team|
|David from AlliedMindstorm|
GaggleAMP, old friends dating back to at least #MIN26, were there too showing off their latest enhancements and posing with MIN's fastest and most prolific tweeter, Eric Andersen.
|Eric with the GaggleAMP Guys|
Alas, I didn't get much chance to talk to Photo Oral about their BlueLight mouth sanitizing innovation, to High Impact Designer about their Email Design Builder, or to Dailyfeats about their goal setting iPhone app. I did get a nice action shot of DailyFeats.
Things were buzzing in the Experts Corner as always. Conversations seemed to be going on nonstop. Great to see folks taking advantage of all that expertise.
|Experts Looking Expert|