Glyder

Glyder
The fastest, easiest online marketing app you've ever seen.
Startup/business
San Francisco, California, United States United States
http://www.glyder.co
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Company description

Small businesses need a better way to create & share effective content for email and social platforms. That's why we built Glyder.

Over 6,000 businesses are using Glyder to communicate with 3,300,000 customers and contacts.

Businesses love our app because it enables them to create, preview and send messages to customers on 10 different platforms with no design, marketing or coding expertise required.

It's an exclusively mobile experience that removes all the content creation, design, and technology challenges that prevent small businesses from communicating with their customers online.

Glyder is already integrated with leading social networks, email and CRM platforms, including: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, the iOS Address Book for email and SMS, Apple Passbook, MailChimp, Constant Contact, Salesforce, Highrise CRM, and several more in the works (Google+, Tumblr blog, etc.).

More Info here:
https://angel.co/glyder
http://press.glyder.co/company

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Awards and Mentions
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    Top 10 Vator Splash
    Thanks to Vator for the award.
  • Business model

     

    The app is free to download, with in app purchases and subscriptions for premium content coming by end of Q1.

    Glyder’s business model is positioned to disrupt small business marketing software with micro transaction pricing similar to mobile games. This model is enabled by a cost to acquire a paying user that is an order of magnitude less than industry average for SMB software.

    Competitive advantage

    First mobile app for Small Business Marketing. Glyder is the Constant Contact of Mobile.

    Investors
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    dharmesh shah - Unconfirmed
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    rahim fazal - Unconfirmed
    Dave McClure
    Dave McClure likes to hang out with entrepreneurs, and occasionally help or invest in their startups if they let him. Dave has been geeking out in Silicon Valley for over twenty years, and has worked with companies such as PayPal, Mint, Founders F...