RateElert nominated as a ‘KillerStartup’

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Just a quick post gang! As you can imagine things have been a little hectic here in RateElert land. For 7 months in, what a ride it has been! We’ve got a healthy and vibrant community that has emerged in very short order. We’ve received a tremendous amount of feedback from all of you. We’ve put a forum up to increase transparency and give you insight into what other users are asking about and getting answers for. And you’re even answering each other’s questions, which is great. We’ve fixed bugs and tightened up our product with a new release. And we’ve got another one that should be on its way in short order! (more details to follow soon).

First of all, THANK YOU. Without all of you being so enthusiastic and engaged in helping us build RateElert, we wouldn’t have had nearly as strong a start!

Second of all, we know that how far we have come is meaningless unless we pay much more attention to where we are going. We are thinking and working around the clock (literally) about how to get RateElert where we all want it to go as quickly as possible. Rather than hurry features out the door, we really want to think carefully through each addition and do it right.

But we want to think it through and do it right as fast as possible.

We will keep the lines of communication open. Please keep all of your great feedback and suggestions coming. And keep the technical issues coming too, if we don’t know about them, we are less likely to find and fix them, so make sure we know if something doesn’t work how it should!

Finally, we were nominated today as a ‘KillerStartup’ at KillerStartups.com. If you get chance, you should vote for us at the link below!


Together, we can build RateElert into everything we know it can be! Thanks for a fun ride so far.


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