What good are a million ‘Likes’ if they don’t translate to sales? New Israeli startup’s ‘engagement triggers’ individualize offers to each fan or follower.
MyWebees takes your existing website and transforms it into a Facebook business page to generate better traffic.
Israel’s Outbrain lets the major news websites suggest clickable related content for each individual reader to discover.
Haifa startup Twtrland offers a free, simple analysis of other tweeters so users can quickly decide which ones they’d like to follow.
The Internet company recommends DesignPax display and banner ad design firm to hundreds of thousands of customers — and the creative work is all done in Israel.
The multinational IT firm has opened a Center of Excellence in Herzliya and an R&D facility in Beersheva to capitalize on Israeli cloud computing ideas.
You don’t have to be a high-tech whiz to add subtitles and links to any online video, thanks to Israel’s Subber website.
Israel’s Qwilt offers a cost-effective, easy-to-implement solution to help ISPs thin out the traffic and deliver a better experience to customers.
Israel’s Drippler aggregates all relevant news and info relating to subscribers’ high-tech toys, making it simpler to use devices to their full potential.
Leaving your last will and testament on the premier social network, to be released by three trusted friends, is now possible with a time-capsule application by Israel’s Willook.