I’m happy to announce a great opportunity for startups to promote their stuff in the next few weeks.
Because we know that startups don’t have enough money, and may not be willing to pay for adverts or even reviews, that’s why we are offering them a great opportunity to promote their startup on TechLoy for FREE.
If you have a new startup, here’s your chance to get 1-month free banner advert on TechLoy.com, an emerging technology media site at the intersection of business, innovation and culture.
This offer is available to tech startups that are less than a year old on or before June 1, 2011. The offer is valid while ad spaces are available and is on a first come, first serve basis.
If you’re interested in this promo ad offer on TechLoy (starting from June 2011), you can start by filling the form here.
Hopefully, this move would help kickstart startups to stardom
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