A big Thanksgiving thank you to our sponsors for supporting Read/WriteWeb. We have an amazing line-up of sponsors, all supporting RWW's mission to provide quality analysis about Web Technology.
Quintura uses advanced visualization techniques to enhance the search engine user experience. Check out the Quintura Cloud on our network blog AltSearchEngines as an example (where Quintura is a lead sponsor).
Hakia is a leading semantic search engine and also a lead sponsor of our AltSearchEngines site. Hakia recently released Meet Others, a social networking feature where you can meet people searching for the same topics as you.
Lijit offers excellent search tools and widgets for your blog. Using Lijit, you serve as a filter for search results for your readers. You also get detailed stats to help you understand your reader community.
Etelos CRM for Google Apps is an impressive Customer Relationship Management (CRM) application that leverages the Google Apps platform. There are four editions: Personal, Professional, Enterprise, and Developer.
Zoho is a leading Web Office suite, with IMO the most comprehensive product range of all the online office suites. This week Zoho launched a major upgrade to Zoho Writer, featuring Pagination Support, Headers/Footers Support, and Spell Check in 43 languages.
Compete is an online competitive intelligence service that combines site metrics and search analytics in one site. Compete's recently released Search Analytics is a great way to build search marketing campaigns.
Userplane is a provider of communication software for online communities. As well as instant messaging, Webmessenger 2 has a Presence system that allows sites to display and leverage online user ÄúpresenceÄù anywhere. Check out the new Flash-based Userlist, which lets users easily manage buddies, find online users, and launch IMÄôs.
AdaptiveBlue is developing personalization technologies that leverage semantics and attention. Check out their SmartLinks, which we use here at RWW to display our network blogs (see sidebar).
Eurekster is a search engine that learns from the community's search behavior, so it gets better the more you use it. I use it myself nearly every day, to research RWW articles!