10,000 views of our pitch on YouTube that is. Well, 10,052 to be exact….and counting. That’s pretty cool. Ten thousand + people have viewed our pitch and now know what WrapMail is all about and hopefully “get it.” Some people don’t of course, but that’s OK, some people didn’t “get” the automobile, personal computer, websites or even Twitter when they were launched. Wait, people still don’t get Twitter. Or the winner of TechCrunch50, Yammer, a subscription based version of Twitter designed for businesses. Watch our pitch here:
In other statistical but related news, WrapMail’s pitch is still number 1 on TechCrunch Pitches. We have 1,118 positive votes, 104 comments and have been in the pole position for months. We are beginning to question why TechCunch even launched the pitches section as they have not written word one about WrapMail, the number one voted company. Every day we read about other startups on various tech blogs that have ZERO ways of generating revenue, yet we have multiple. Schonfeld, Arrington, you listening? Your readers have voted, now write!
It’s OK, we trudge on. WrapMail continues to make tremendous strides in technical development, as well as on the business development front. We expect to announce a number of strategic partnerships in the coming months that will make it impossible for certain tech writers to not notice. Maybe we will talk to them 😉
Dave Kustin – CMO, WrapMail