LaunchRock, the company that helps other startups acquire customers, is announcing a new, more customizable version of its service today.
The initial version of LaunchRock was focused on helping startups create a launch page where they could recruit beta testers. That’s still a core part of LaunchRock’s features, but the company has broadened into a service helps startups build their… → Read More
The financial terms aren’t being disclosed, but LaunchRock co-founder and CEO Jameson Detweiler tells me that the Giftiki service will be shut down. Judging from the tongue-in-cheek press release, this sounds like a classic acqui-hire, with… → Read More
Viral startup launching platform LaunchRock is announcing a get of $800K in seed funding today, from investors 500 Startups, Venture51, Quotidian Ventures, Social Leverage, Lady Gaga’s manager Troy Carter, David Tisch, Diego Berdakin, Paul Bricault, Dharmesh Shah, Ryan Holmes, Paige Craig, Scott Becker, Eric Cantor, Mike Edwards, David Famolari, Stephen Gill, James Levine, Daniel Wolfson… → Read More
LaunchRock, the startup that wants to help companies launch by setting them up with viral launch pages, is also launching a “Battle of the Startups” contest during SXSW. Companies that use LaunchRock pages to get beta signups will now have the chance to win $30K ($25K as a standard angel investment from collective VC firm Vencorps).
The contest is sponsored by LaunchRock, CloudSponge… → Read More
In case you needed another “you know there’s a bubble when …” tech post, LaunchRock, a startup that builds viral launch pages for other startups, is launching today via its own product. Inspired by the viral launch pages of Fork.ly and Hipster, the guys behind LaunchRock thought that they could streamline the process of getting users to sign up for startup betas, and built an entire launch page… → Read More