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Rapleaf wants to help ‘Web 2.0’ you. February 5, 2008

Posted by Brad J. Ward in Blogging, Facebook, Higher Education, Marketing, Recruitment, Research, Technology.
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1. Andy Shaindlin - February 5, 2008

I’m right here!

I got a pitch from Rapleaf today as well, and will get around to looking at it soon (I hope), since it raises a very interesting combo (mashup?) of opportunity and risk.

2. Brad J. Ward - February 5, 2008

I started using it while I was selling Facebook Applications and code on the side to build some credibility in the marketplace since there was no rating system like eBay has.

Very interesting to see how they get all of your web presences. Punch your email in and they’ll have it all about 1 hr later.

Definitely could be a gold mine if approached cautiously, don’t you think Andy?

3. Andy Shaindlin - February 6, 2008

I see its overall usefulness, and think that for personal use it looks like a great aggregator. For organizational use, I’d like to hear how others think it could be applied (especially strategically).


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