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Thanks Read/WriteWeb Sponsors

I hope you’ll indulge me in thanking Read/WriteWeb’s excellent sponsors, for
supporting quality content on Web Technology. Thanks also to R/WW’s super-smart
authors and our community of readers, which continues to grow at a great

If you would like to explore sponsorship opportunities with Read/WriteWeb,
one of the top 50 blogs in the world and the premier resource for Web
Technology trends
, contact the editor Richard MacManus at [email protected].

Our current sponsors are:

Atlassian is a leading wiki provider for enterprises and it
has a new product called Confluence Hosted, which I encourage you to check out.
Right now you can try
Confluence Hosted free for 30-days

Wild Apricot
is a long-term supporter of Read/WriteWeb. Wild Apricot offers web 2.0 products
for non-profits – one of their largest user segments is professional
associations. Probably the most popular area of
functionality in Wild Apricot is the online member database, which features
goodies such as online application forms, automated renewal reminders and much

is also a long-term R/WW sponsor. It’s a Web Office suite and they recently
added a Web Conferencing application called Zoho
to their excellent range of office products. 

has been a sponsor since December. Part of AOL, Userplane is the premier
provider of communication software for online communities.

has been supporting Read/WriteWeb since the start of 2007. Not just a statistics
service to rival Alexa, Compete also provides search, analytics, shopping deals,
and a personalized homepage.

came on board as a sponsor this month. It is an online storage and backup
product, with a new WebDAV client coming in April. This will allow users to map
a network drive directly to their ElephantDrive account.

has also supported R/WW since December. It is an e-learning suite of tools,
designed by educators for educators. Digication is all about bringing teachers
and students together in a seamless learning environment.

Eurekster is an innovative kiwi
startup that provides the community powered search box on Read/WriteWeb. It is a
search engine that learns from the community’s search behavior, so it gets
better the more you use it.

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