A startup company or startup is a company with a limited operating history. These companies, generally newly created, are in a phase of development and research for markets (via Wikipedia).
Below I mentioned some sites where you can feature your startups and develop your businesses. Of course, you should have a unique and good startup! 🙂
#1 – Mashable : Have you got a project cooking that you think is a certifiable winner? Then Mashable is the best site for featuring your startup. Basically, apps, websites, tools, software and programs that fit within one of their channels: social media, tech, entertainment, web video, mobile, etc.
#2 – Techcrunch : Though TechCrunch officially has no submission form, they indeed help you to feature your startups. Keep an eye on TechCrunch50 conference.
#3 – CrunchBase : CrunchBase — The Free Tech Company Database is powered by Techcrunch (#2). Here almost 14K companies listed in this database.
#4 – KillerStartups : KillerStartups.com is a user driven internet startups community. Entrepreneurs, investors, and bloggers are staying informed on up-and-coming internet startups using our blog platform, where internet entrepreneurs submit their startup to see what others think about it.
#5 – YouNoodle : YouNoodle develops innovative ways to bring together the information, people and technology that help startups succeed. They provide a platform for so far 50 of the world’s top university entrepreneurship clubs and competitions, serving tens of thousands of members and thousands of startups. Our tools help to effectively manage business competitions, events, mailing lists and community development.
#6 – Vator.tv : Vator.tv has more than 35,000 members and high-tech companies, using the service to effectively communicate with their partners, investors, media and customers. VatorNews is Vator’s video business network on entrepreneurship and innovation with 250-plus contributors.
#7 – Pluggd.in : pluGGd.in (Pi) is the place to see what’s going on deep inside the rice fields & animal sheds these days. They showcase the upcoming technology & business startups from Asia (India, China, Bangladesh, Singapore and more) who have the potential to become Google(s) & Twitter(s) of tomorrow.
#8 – SutraJobs : It is essentially a job site catering to the digital startup niche, so can be a good place to get the team that I said before in order. On SutraJobs.com, they feature opportunities from startups and emerging companies in the field of technology, internet, gaming, mobile and other new age media. Their objective is to bring together people and companies who have a common affinity for entrepreneurship.
#9 – Business Hackers : The review must be written in good English, must be unique (we reject any kind of copies) and can’t be shorter than 300 words. They do not accept reviews that have been published on other sites. If you send them a copy of a text such as the “About” section of your website, the review will be rejected automatically.
#10 – TechBlissOnline : Details of any technology product or web startup can be submitted here. It would be great if you could offer a freeware version of your product.It would be even greater if you could offer a few free licences to our readers. The products could be any desktop or web based application like photo editors, video editors, products for Windows, Mac or linux. They could even be wordpress plugins or themes or windows desktop themes or screensavers or utilities and more.
#11 – Startups : Getting featured on Startups.in has been made easier. From now on, anyone interested in getting their article(s) posted on Startups.in, do not have to go through the ordeal of sending them an email requesting to be featured on this website and then wait for an unreasonably long time until it actually gets published.
#12 – HotFrog : Their sites provide a comprehensive online source of information about companies and their products and services, which generate leads for their businesses. HotFrog is indexed by Google and other search engines, meaning that customers can find your HotFrog listing when they use Google, Yahoo! or other search engines. (Shared By Narendran via Comment)
#13 – MakeUseOf : MakeUseOf is a booming daily blog that features cool websites, computer tips, and downloads that make you more productive. The aim of MakeUseOf is to guide you through the web and tell you about hot websites that you have never heard of, best software programs, and all kinds of “how to” tips for Windows, Mac and Linux computer users.
#14 – the StartUp Blog : This is a awesome blog about startups and entrepreneurs. This is a place for entrepreneurs and wannabe entrepreneurs. If you got an interesting startup and successful story then you could be a lucky one to get featured on this blog.
YES, HellBound Bloggers (HBB) is also ready to feature your startups here if it is an unique and good one which helps fellow people.
Do you any other sites where we can feature startups? Are you willing feature one? Please share it in the comments.