More NewsBloglines Founder Launches B2B Resource for Smallest Start-ups

Bloglines Founder Launches B2B Resource for Smallest Start-ups

Mark Fletcher, who founded Bloglines, the preferred feed reader of four out of five ClickZ reporters, has launched an online resource for start-ups and the entrepreneurs behind them

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Mark Fletcher, who founded Bloglines, the preferred feed reader of four out of five ClickZ reporters, has launched an online resource for start-ups and the entrepreneurs behind them. No ads yet, but Startupping.com would appear to hit a sweet spot for B2B marketers, judging from a recent Jupiter Research finding that owners of the tiniest businesses are extremely heavy Web users.

The site has forums, blogs, a wiki-driven start-up guide and special features, such as a “best decision/worst mistake” feature on the homepage right now with commentary from notorious Web entrepreneurs.

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