Case Study: Drew Houston and His Cognitive Product – Dropbox

Dropbox is the brainchild of Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi and was launched in 2007 as a Y-Combinator funded venture. Dropbox provides you with an opportunity to store all of your important data on the internet. Dropbox is basically a [...]

Case Study: – An Online Art Community by Angelo Sotira

Are you an artist? Finding it difficult to exhibit your creative work to the world? If so then why not you chose to show the world the level of your artistic skills and creativity. is an online community, [...]

Case Study: Allows to Discover People Globally

What is There are several social networking websites that are only connecting friends and families together but there are a few that are giving a chance to discover and connect with new people. was founded in 2004 and [...]

Case Study: Stephen Kaufer’s

What is TripAdvisor? According to TripAdvisor’s comScore Media Metrix January 2013, it is the world’s largest travel website. TripAdvisor is a virtual platform that allows its users to find out information about global destinations, flights, hotels, restaurants and vacation rentals. [...]

Case Study: Badoo – It is a Complete Dating Social Network!

Badoo is a free dating website that allows its subscribed members to connect with each other and chat and share videos and photographs. was launched in 2006 by a Russian entrepreneur Andrey Andreev. Today, has more than 170 [...]

Case Study: oDesk – Revolutionized the Way People Work

Outsourcing and virtual assistance are the two commonly used terminologies, these days. Organizations all around the world are hiring remote workers to get their work done at cheaper rates with the help of online marketplaces. One of the pioneers, who [...]

Case Study: Co-founder Daniel Ha Talks About ‘Disqus’

Y-combinator has provided launching pad for many of the online entities like Reddit, Scribd, Posterous, Disqus and etc. Disqus is pronounced as ‘Discuss’.  It is founded by Danial Ha and Jason Ya in 2007.  So what is Disqus and what [...]

Video: First Follower: Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy

Leadership is portrayed in various ways and if you want a simple way to see how leadership works, the video revealed the simplicity of starting a movement, which is in other words, leadership. The video is all about leadership in [...]

Case Study: Dennis Crowley – Co-Founder and CEO of Foursquare

What is Foursquare? Foursquare was co-founded by Dennis Crowley and Naveen Selvadurai and launched in Austin, Texas in 2009. “Foursquare is a web and mobile application that allows its registered users to mingle up with each other by sharing their [...]

Case Study: Kevin Hartz’s

Story Behind Have you ever organized a concert, knife party, and funfair? If yes then you must be aware of all kinds of challenges that are associated with it like planning, marketing and selling tickets for a particular event. [...]

Case Study: Drupal and Dries Buytaert – A Perfect Combo

Drupal is an open source content management software. Since it's an open source product, you can use it for free. The word ‘Drupal’ is basically originated from the Dutch word ‘Druppel’ which means drop. Drupal was originally written as a [...]

Case Study: Scott Cook’s Intuit – A Highly Innovative Software Company

There were times when accountants had to keep record, of all cash flows, within a monstrous registers. It was not only difficult and strenuous but also used to consume millions of tons of paper all around the world every year. [...]

Case Study: Ryan Holmes Hoots About

Why HootSuite was founded? Businesses and organizations always try to interact with their clients, customers and well wishers and this is the reason why they are using multiple social networks to get connected. It has always been a great hassle [...]

Case Study: Is it Craigslist or Grabs-list?

What is Craigslist? Craigslist is the internet’s largest classified ad website that has multiple sections devoted to housing, jobs, personal advertisements, items for sale (vice versa), gigs, discussion forums, community and resumes. It has been categorized on the basis of [...]

Case Study: Co-founder Trip Adler Talks About Scribd

Scribd is a website that allows global audiences to share documents over the internet in different formats. It is basically a social reading platform and provides publishing services as well. Scribd claims that it is the world’s largest virtual library [...]

Case Study: Co-founder Niklas Zennstrom Talks About Skype

Skype is an online medium of communication that has completely revolutionized the way people mingle-up with each other. Technically speaking, Skype is a proprietary VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service; introduced, back in 2003. Skype is based on the peer [...]

Case Study: Co-Founder and CEO Rand Fishkin Speaks About SEOmoz Inc.

Thinking of any strategy to become more visible over the internet? If it is the case and the only problem is the lack of technical knowledge then SEOmoz is the solution for you. SEOmoz Inc. provides SEO software and access [...]

Case Study: Founder Jack Ma Pours Light over

Alibaba is an e-commerce platform that has brought all the global buyers and sellers on the same podium. It is the group of internet companies that have gained phenomenal success in the past decade. Alibaba has reaped glorious success in the [...]

Case Study: Founder Otis Chandler Talks About Goodreads

Do you know about any virtual place, where you can store all of your favorite books? Where you can read them and even share them with your friends?  Yes, you are right; we are talking about ‘Goodreads’. It's a kind [...]

Case Study: Founder Paul English Speaks About is a ‘travel search engine’ that lets users to make a real-quick comparative analysis of hundreds of travel websites. It was incorporated in 2004 in Delaware by Paul M. English and Steve Hafner. It helps people find out hotel, [...]

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