Thanks for your encouraging comments

by Hamlet Batista | September 22, 2007 | 1 Comments

techcrunch401.jpgFor the last few weeks my posting rate has slowed as we prepared to launch our new product at TechCrunch40, and it was taking more than my normal 10- to 12-hour workday. Looking at the ratings on our TechCrunch page, we’re happy to report extremely positive feedback. We brought home several solid leads from potential strategic partners (Intuit and AOL Business, among others) and several VCs. Last Wednesday we were contacted by an investment bank, so it seems they too liked our product and would like to see more customers using it.

After all is said and done, however, we don’t feel that RankSense is ready to leave private beta just yet. So far it has been tested thoroughly only by our technical writer, who has been using the product since it was in alpha. He’s done a fantastic job and seen great results. Pretty soon we hope to have many more success stories to share!

I want to personally thank you all for your kind words and comments. When delivered, I am sure RankSense will provide the most value of any SEO suite out there. We truly have a bright future ahead of us, so keep checking back here and I’ll keep you updated. Thanks again!

Hamlet Batista

Chief Executive Officer

“We kept putting more energy into getting SEO audits done to understand why we started to lose positions to smaller, newer companies, but we kept losing ground. We kept trying to SEO audit recommendations, but our programmers couldn’t go fast enough.

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