Seedrr: An inside look
Not sure what Seedrr is? Let us explain.
At one point or another, we’ve all experienced the difficulties of starting up a business. We find ourselves dedicating hours, weeks, and sometimes even months on an idea we feel so passionate about. We open the doors, but realize we’re not receiving the exposure our idea should be. This is why, we’ve created “Seedrr,” a place to discover, discuss, and connect with exciting startups on the web. We bring together both entrepreneurs and users interested in new ventures. We are the website of choice for discovering innovating ideas, networking with other start-up businesses, and finding out information you need. We also provide you access to special promotional deals and offers geared to help businesses get started.
Discover the latest start-ups on the internet by browsing our “Featured Start-ups page.” We allow our users to filter start-ups by type, an by the most desired.
Owner or employee of a start-up? Submit your start-up completely free by going to http://www.seedrr.com/submit_startup.php
By doing so, you’ll
- Gain more exposure,
- Receive feedback and advice,
- Attract more users to your website,
- and Attract more followers to your social media pages.
Are you a service provider? Submit your deal completely free by going to,
Connect on our custom discussion boards. Interact with the Seedrr community through a wide range of forum topics.
We allow you too,
- Ask Questions,
- Receive Answers,
- Interact with fellow designers,
- Interact with fellow coders,
- Discuss web hosting and hear reviews,
- Promote your start-up!
- Promote your service!
- and more!
Featured Start-up: SynkMonkey
As mentioned, our blog will be a place where you can read about the most desired start-ups, and unbeatable deals worth a second look. With no further ado, I would like to announce SynkMonkey as our very first featured start-up. As a new owner of an iPhone myself, I found this app not only to be visually appealing, but very functional and easy to use. During this past week, I was able to sit down and find out some more information about SynkMonkey from the owner himself, Hunter Murchison.
What allows SynkMonkey to standout?
“When we designed SynkMonkey we had two main focuses; we wanted it to feel like a text message and we wanted to focus on features that are actually useful to people and not just “cool”. It was a very practical approach, but one that we feel will deliver the most value to our users. We think the unique combination of calendar syncing, mapping, and group messaging really make a very powerful app that is different than anything out there.”
What’s the main problem you’re solving?
“We hate the inefficiency around the act of making plans with and organizing people these days. People are so connected through so many devices and communication tools that we have all become flaky and needy when making plans. People send constant emails, texts, and phone calls back and forth and then you still have to rely on them to be organized enough to put something in their calendar, be on time, and not get lost. We wanted to make everyone’s life easier by creating this tool that allows you to be decisive, make a plan, and then automatically have everyone organized so you don’t have to worry about it.”
Biggest obstacle you’ve faced and have had to overcome as a start-up?
“Like many other mobile apps, our biggest obstacle has just been dealing with the discoverability problems in the app store. With so many apps, unless you are an instant viral hit or have a massive marketing budget, it is hard to break through all of the clutter. We are working through that through grass roots marketing and by leveraging our loyal user base.”
Plans for the future, something we can expect to see soon?
“We have lots of plans for the future. We definitely took the MVP approach to development, so we are constantly trying to get customer feedback and modify the app to make it more useful. Eventually we will start incorporating our features that will allow our users to start saving money based on what they are planning to do.”
Any advice to fellow entrepreneurs?
“There is so much good stuff you can read out there on the web on various blogs that I think no entrepreneur should have to make a haphazard business decision. Trust your gut to a certain extent but verify what you are doing with people who have done it before you. As they say, there is no need to reinvent the wheel.”
SynkMonkey Website: http://www.synkmonkey.me
SynkMonkey Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/synkmonkey
SynkMonkey Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/SynkMonkey/203274906398492