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image thumb21 Where To Find An Odd Job? Try Zaloot–Startup SundaySearches like Where to find the right job? Jobs for Engineers, Jobs for bloggers, etc. Those are searches for usually the most qualified and highly competed as there are a hundred [if not thousand] others ready to offer themselves for it. The problem gets bigger when someone wants to find an odd job to make that ever needed hourly wage in the spare time. I mean think of all the foreign students who have their summers and they need to find ways to meet their expenses of the few odd hours they are allowed to work each week. Jobs exist, but n way to find it. No more, as Zaloot comes as your odd job engine.

This means, you as a job seeker gets to find a Job to make quick money for all the spare time you have. The same goes for the employees, they can post a job, select a bidder and avail a good deal.

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image thumb9 Add More Personality To Your Website With SunumaxWebsites have a lot of information that many users make use of. Our blog for example is one of the countless that exist, sharing information on latest startups and technology to tips on iPhone, Android, etc. But all this is only to be read, think of the site speaking to you, reading out instructions and information, in short grabbing user attention. I wont mind having a spokesperson on a website telling me about the special features a site has or what is the best news on a particular blog. I would be triggered to click on it for sure and who else wont be? Think of going to a super store and not finding anyone to help you out? Or a bank where there is no one to provide a lost customer guidance? I bet this will lead to losing a potential customer.

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image thumb1 Create Facebook Pages At Ease With Hy.ly–Startup SundayIf you don’t have a Facebook presence, you don’t have much say the wise experts. Err, sorry that was my own but I am sure it’s quite a solid need for any firm out there. And when we talk about organizations, groups or institutions, a Facebook Page is more important to get the word out and share whatever is it that you do. Be it your blog on latest fashion, trends or a service, a Facebook page speaks a thousands words. Am I mixing sayings for my own purpose?

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image thumb45 myBantu: Leave Recommendations To Your Personal AssistantPersonal assistants are not affordable for every one out there. I mean I can’t afford that, to manage my chores, help me find out the right things or news from the bulk available so I don’t waste time filtering the same. This is exactly what many of those social recommendation startups have kept in mind. Perhaps the single most useful thing that social networks and the Web 2.0 has given us. We thought it was time to bring forth a similar startup on this week’s Startup Sunday, bet our readers would love to have one of their own. The startup comes from India.

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image thumb33 Startup Sunday: Gangaroo–Because Friends Dont Let Friends Buy JunkHave you found a great product lately that you’re just dying to tell your friends about?  Or, do you need help picking out a new product?  Gangaroo is a fun site where you share and discover your favorite products with your trusted friends; whether it’s your favorite iPhone apps, sporting goods or cooking tools. We all have friends that are experts in something.  Think of your buddy that’s a camera expert.  Gangaroo lets you leverage your friends’ experiences when you need the information and you want advice from a trusted expert.  As a bonus, if your friend happens to have some cool products lying around, you may be able to borrow or buy something for a good price. Read More »

image thumb21 Startup Sunday: GenJuice Is The Future Of Social Bookmarking aka Lively!There is one thing why I dislike resorting to the use of aggregators and social bookmarking tools, they are usually unpleasant when it comes to user experience and make life miserable when it comes to searching for whatever you have bookmarked. And in all honesty it was one of the main reasons why I kept aside GenJuice from reviewing. But a day back I did visit the site, primarily because I needed to compile a post for our Startup Sunday and it was way beyond my expectations. To an extent that it has changed my opinion on social bookmarking services.

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