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Everyone,

My friends and I started a new search engine called www.iRazoo.com which we launched last Saturday (we had a full page spread on the front page of the Houston Chronicle - click this link to see the article:
http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/tech/news/4856200.html .

We developed a patent-pending, social search and points driven search engine with many patent-pending features and we just signed a deal with Yahoo and ValidClick! Please check it out and send me your feedback.

Also, we are going to start looking for VC funds soon. Does anyone have any Venture capital contacts? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks my fellow Maserati guys,
Neal Verma
iRazoo Inc.
[email protected]
 

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Everyone,

My friends and I started a new search engine called www.iRazoo.com which we launched last Saturday (we had a full page spread on the front page of the Houston Chronicle - click this link to see the article:
http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/tech/news/4856200.html .

We developed a patent-pending, social search and points driven search engine with many patent-pending features and we just signed a deal with Yahoo and ValidClick! Please check it out and send me your feedback.

Also, we are going to start looking for VC funds soon. Does anyone have any Venture capital contacts? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks my fellow Maserati guys,
Neal Verma
iRazoo Inc.
[email protected]


I wish you the best of luck in the adventure. I wish I could think of something that sharp. I just write loans and sell sell. ABC always be closing.

need any hard core sales reps lemme know!

good luck
 

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Pretty slick site. I hope you do well. Search is extremely competitive and even though Microsoft controls the majority of the browser market they still can't gain traction on their search.

I specialize in search engine marketing and have a few websites that are mostly eBay related. Here is a few.

This one helps find items on eBay where the seller misspelled the item. Misspelled items offer better deals since other people can't find them causing less bids. Try entering quattroporte and see how many sellers cannot spell it!
http://www.typobid.com

This one was mentioned in the Wall Street Journal in article about google mashups. The site shows local eBay items plotted on a Google Map. So you can also search for quattroporte using your zipcode to see ones that are selling closest to you.
http://www.mapbid.com

Vik
 
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