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F-Commerce Startup Soldsie Raises $1 Million For Its Facebook Comments-Based Shopping Platform

techcrunch.com
E-commerce startup Soldsie, which just announced in January that it had raised $425,000 from 72 investors through FundersClub, has now officially closed its full seed round of $1 million in outside funding. In addition to FundersClub, the company raised from 500 Startups and e.ventures. Investors in the round also included former...
F-Commerce Startup Soldsie Raises $1 Million For Its Facebook Comments-Based Shopping Platform

Enterprise social software vendor Moxie goes freemium

www.pcworld.com
Moxie Software will now provide its full enterprise social networking (ESN) software for free because the company is convinced that standalone, general-purpose ESN capabilities are a commodity.The company will charge customers when and if they link its Collaboration Spaces product with other, third-party business applications and systems."This supports our...
Enterprise social software vendor Moxie goes freemium
Jive, Yammer competitor shows its 'Moxie' by making paid service free

Moxie Software rides social wave to big growth

venturebeat.com
Moxie Software, purveyor of social networking solutions for the enterprise, says that 2011 was a strong year for the company — so strong, in fact, that it added 75 new customers and boosted recurring revenues by 40 percent. Now, there are plenty of vendors who try to bring cloud-hosted...
Moxie Software rides social wave to big growth

Moxie Challenges Jive, Promises Profits This Year (JIVE)

www.businessinsider.com
Jive Software made a splash last year with its IPO, becoming the first of the new Silicon Valley enterprise darlings to go public. But one of Jive's main competitors, Moxie Software, has a little news of its own: it will be profitable by the end of 2012, according to...
Moxie Challenges Jive, Promises Profits This Year (JIVE)
Moxie’s Spaces brings customers closer to your business’ social network

The problem with companies becoming "social"

tech.fortune.cnn.com
Using Twitter to respond to customer feedback is a good idea -- as long as that's not the only way a company is doing so. By Tom Kelly, contributor FORTUNE -- Saying that social is being used to make some companies less social sounds shocking. But in reality, rather than...
The problem with companies becoming "social"
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