Your email inbox can fill up faster than a blink of an eye. You subscribe to one email service, and the next thing you know you’re looking at a full inbox and getting fuller by the day. Deleting those emails will stop them from coming. You need to unsubscribe from those services, but doing that one email at a time could take longer than you think. There is a new service that will take that headache away from you, and that service is called Unroll Me.
Now you can unsubscribe from email services with just one click of your mouse. This service is easy to implement. All that needs to be done is for you to go to Unroll Me and sign into it with your own account. Your account can be either from Google, AOL, Outlook, or Yahoo account. But, if you don’t have any of those services, you are able to sign in with your personal email.
Once you are signed in, Unroll Me does what no other service has ever been able to do, it gives brings up all of your subscriptions in one place. Next to each subscription you have you are given three options to choose from in order to manage that email subscription. You can keep the email in your inbox, you can unsubscribe from that email, or you can add that to Rollup.
If you decide to permanently remove an email by unsubscribing, it takes one click of a mouse. If you decide to keep it in your inbox, then it will stay there. If you decide to put that email in your Rollup, then it will come to you each day as newsletter. And, you can manage those emails in your Rollup at any time. Managing your email subscriptions and keeping only the ones you want has never been easier.
The problem with subscriptions emails is that they can gang up on you. Subscription emails are an active part of the modern business world. Like paper flyers of old, email subscriptions are ways companies stay in touch. Most of them are used for advertising purposes but many also serve other functions. Companies use them to keep track of employee progress, games use them to provide notifications, and other businesses use them to provide alerts for special occasions. Subscription emails also serve another purpose, however, overloading your inbox.
A problem many people run into is that they subscribe to too many websites and receive a massive influx of email messages. This bogs down their inbox and makes it hard to find actual messages. In these circumstances, important emails are lost or deleted. Companies are very ticky in the way they offer subscriptions too, so many times customers do not even realize they have signed up for subscriptions. Subscriptions that are not easy to unroll from, which is why Unroll Me does it for you.
Unroll Me is an email service that grants customers the ability to easily unsubscribe from websites. This cuts down the influx of messages that receive daily. Unroll Me also organizes client inboxes so that only important messages are shown. This means that customers have a new folder beside spam that holds non-important emails. As only their important messages remain viewing email becomes very easy.
The way Unroll Me works is by using a program that flags all emails considered subscription. Those emails are gathered into a folder called a Rollup. Once they are in the Rollup users can choose what to do with them. The inbox is then left with only the important emails. Unroll Me works with Gmail, Google Docs, and Yahoo Mail. It is downloaded onto your device but runs online. The service is completely free but not without kinks.
PSI-Pay is a company that is taking on a new approach when it comes to payment facilities. The company is aiming to change the way payments are made and plans to release a set of tools to enable people to be able to make easier, faster and more secure payments. To be able to see their goals to fruition, PSI-Pay decided to team up with Kerv, a contactless payment mode that allows people to make payments to people all over the world. These two companies are already known for being some of the most innovative when it comes to financial and payment systems, and the new route that both the companies are looking to take is only going to improve the way in which people use these services.
The services that the companies are providing revolve around a kind of virtual card that is offered to customers who want to make use of this form of payments. This virtual card is linked to a virtual account, which can thereon be connected to any other type of accounts or cards. Once a person has made an account and is in possession of their card, they can easily fill up their account using one of the many mediums provided to them. These include one’s bank balance, their PayPal and just about any other popular mode of transactions. After the funds have been sent to the new account, user’s are free to use the card provided to them to be able to make any form of transactions across the internet.
The services that PSI-Pay are looking to provide are going to revolutionize the way people make payments. For one, this model serves as a more secure mode of making payments online rather than from the direct sources where most of the customer’s money is stored. It makes the process easier and a lot more secure. While making payments, people no longer have to worry about the site that they are using it on, the fees that they have to pay while doing the transaction or any of the other parameters that one worries about when making any online payments.
Eric Pulier is a public author, entrepreneur, public speaker, columnist, philanthropist, technologist, and founder of over fifteen organizations. He has raised hundreds of millions of dollars for enterprises that he has either founded or co-founded. Mr. Pulier is a family man with four children. He resides in Los Angeles, CA. Examples of businesses that Pulier has funded, founded and co-founded include Media Platform, ServiceMesh, Digital Evolution, Desktone, US Interactive, and Akana. Pulier has also funded the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council, which amalgamated into TM Forum.
Moreover, Eric Pulier has also provided capital for various venture capital groups and is frequently embarking on partnerships with a multitude of non-profit organizations and venture capital funds. A sampling of venture funds that Pulier has invested in include: eCompanies, Trident Capital, and Monitor Ventures. The majority of the countless seed level startup firms in technology and media that Pulier has invested in have gone on to prosperous financings. Eric is also a board member of The Painted Turtle, and and the Innovation Board of the XPRIZE Foundation. The Painted Turtle is a nonprofit organization which was founded by Lou Adle and Paul Newman for helping children suffering from chronic illness. Pulier is also recognized founding benefactor of the “Campaign for Free College Tuition”, and the ACE Foundation.
He completed his high school in 1984 from Teaneck High School. In 1988, Eric Pulier graduated with highest honors in Bachelor of Arts from Harvard University. While in college, Mr. Pulier studied Computer Science, English and American Literature, and Environmental and Visual studies. Additionally, Eric Pulier was also the author and editor of a weekly column for the Harvard Crimson Weekly called PulierLeg in the following: http://danielbudzinski.com/podcast/eric-pulier/ click here.
Eric Pulier is an active philanthropist in the community he serves. His charitable actions are notable in ventures that employ technology to solve difficult problems in economically underprivileged communities or children who are physically impaired in the United States, and throughout the world. During Mr. Pulier’s early years, he created the earliest multimedia educational program that educates people who have Multiple Sclerosis about their illness for the Multiple Sclerosis Community. He also created a peripheral beam device using a home computer to assist its users to answer quizzes and interact with the computer without using the keyboard.
Everywhere I go, people are complaining about Uber being so expensive. Yet despite all the nagging, they can’t stop taking their taxis. The reason is simple, Uber delivers. It is convenient, time saving and more important it is worth it. These are the qualities that consumers look for in the service industry and are the very same evaluated by Handy in cleaning.
Made possible by Umang DuaandOisin Hanrahan Handybook allows you to order a plumber, cleaner or handyman to your home and with the current levels of technology, you do so from anywhere by use of an app or by visiting their website. All you need to do is fill in the details of the service you require including your location, the nature and kind of work you need done and the time of performing the task. You get to know beforehand the amount of money you shall pay for the service and this works both ways in that the cleaner is not preoccupied with thoughts of being paid less and the customer does not have to worry of having to pay more than was agreed.
The service brand is growing and doing so at an astonishing rate. Under Highland Capital Partners and General Catalyst Partners, $12 million was raised in only 2 rounds and a growth rate of 60% in sales for three consecutive months was registered. Based in the City of New York, the company attained a workforce of over 50 people and freelancers numbering thousands who carry out in excess of 10,000 different services every month. The Service Company has spread to25 cities in the United States, 2 in Canada with their first services in Europe being set up in London, UK. In January 2014, Handybook purchased cleaning business Exec from the West Coast for an undisclosed figure though reports indicate the fee was below $10 million.
With thousands of applications having been made to join the Handybook freelancers, Handybook is very careful about who they let represent their brand. A strict screening process exists with only 3% of total applications approved. A success rate that is even lower than Harvard University’s. In the rare event that a customer is dissatisfied with the services, he is refunded and a cost of replacement is given for all damaged property.
Handybook on the other hand gives them a relatively sizable pay of averagely $18 an hour, flexible working hours and enabling her to earn reportable income and as such find it easier to apply for credit cards, car loans and rent. Things they would have had trouble with in the past.
2 years following its birth, it recorded over $1 million worth of bookings daily with 85% of the services rendered being cleaning while plumbing and handiwork made 15%.
When people get on social media multiple times per day they may grow bored of all of the things that they can do on it, even though social media has much to offer. They might wish for something different and something new, and they might be hopeful that something like that will come out for them to use. And, if that is true, then their wishes have just been granted with the new social media app that has come out recently. Flipora is a social media app that will be sure to keep its users entertained for hours on end without them growing bored in the least. This app is very ambitious in the things that it does, as it allows its users to be able to connect with all of the web pages that they have gone to before and ones that they have never been to, but will be sure to love, and the app has been gaining quite a few users because of the way that it works. People enjoy being able to do something different on social media, since too much of the same can leave them feeling bored, and Flipora offers them something that is perfectly different.
Flipora is so unique from all of its competitors that it will be sure to outdo them in many ways. It allows people to do something like they are not able to do on their other social media apps, and people appreciate that. There is something so fun to them about using an app that offers them a service that is unique, and they are excited to get on Flipora and to see all that it can do for them.
Social media can get to be a bit boring when used all of the time, but that is about to change when one discovers this new app. There is nothing like a fresh, new app to change someone’s perspective on social media.