- Springwise is increasingly getting exposure and has a database of ideas which is interesting to look through. Through the use of spotters, they have built a huge collection of ideas and companies. See if you can get your company featured in their list of cool things their readership should know about. Check it out here.
- Mo isn’t a traditional directory, but it does have lots of great reviews of other ideas that can come in handy. Mo has both new high tech start ups as well as innovations in older industries. Find out more here about getting coverage on Mo.
- Killer Startups is one of the first databases for start ups and it has a daily feed of hundreds of the most recently listed. Submit your idea here.
- ChubbyBrain – Yes you can submit your info to us and we feature some of the top startups as well. To do so, you need to go through our Funding Recommendation Engine which you can sign up for here.
- Startup Meme is a tech blog with a focus on everything face book. You can submit your startup here.
- Wwwhatsnew is a Spanish language web app website. Its great for those catering to the Latin American markets. Find out more here.
- MakeUseOf has a small directory for several different departments. Its best for those wishing to reach a specific artistic, or platform audience. Sign up here.
- MoMB bills its self as the museum of modern betas. It offers a great way to get hosted on an interesting artistic project. More information here.
- DzineBlog offers a great way to list any start up focused on design. More information here.
- Paggu, similar to Mo, has a interview-format to present start ups. Find out more here.
- Robin Speziale offers a lot of great pieces of advice, as well as provides a place for start ups to get noticed. Read about it here.
- Submit Startup is an aggregator of start up information. It pulls information from Killer Startups, and Startup Booster. More information here.
- YouNoodle offers a chance for the public to check out the start up scene and leave comments, tips and encouragement! Find out more here.
- Evolvr uses twitter to update a list of start ups. It’s the new version of LovelyPages. Check them out here or at @evolvr.
- Generation-y Startup is a great blog style start up directory. Check it out!
- TechPluto is a start up directory focused for entrepreneurs in India. Check it out here.
- Minisprout offers several different platform categories, which is great for any start up involved on different devices. For more information.
- Startuplift allows an opportunity for people to give feedback on start ups and get paid for it! Sign up here.
- Startup Booster is a great directory if your start up helps other start ups. Sign up here.
- DYI Startup News takes a twitter approach to start up news – it only allows 240 characters per post. Sign up here.
- Startupsearch is a smaller website but it allows for easy tracking of many companies. Sign uphere.
- Mppr maps every start up and also provides information on where other start ups are located. Check it out here.
- Appvita is a newer platform, and since it isn’t heavily populated it might offer a great chance to get noticed. Check it out here.
- Zippa provides a great ranking system to see how your start up ranks against others in terms of popularity. Check it out here.
- Web 2.0 is one of the most popular sites on the newest webapps. Find out more informationhere.
- Feed My App provides several different platform services and uses tags to help identify start ups. Sign up here.
- GreatwebApps is a simpler directory with a diverse collection of companies. Check it outhere.
- Go2web20 is one of the most popular for web apps since it allows almost no restrictions to post. Sign up here.
- SimpleSpark says it “focuses on web apps that are easy to use for everyone.” More information here.
- App Useful is one of the most popular app sites. Getting published isn’t that easy though. Sign up here.
- CrunchBase is popular since any start up can self list on Crunch Base and is part of TechCrunch. With a great amount of traffic and a high influential pagerank, Crunchbase is a great place to get a link. Click here for more information.
- VentureBeat Profiles is VentureBeat’s version of TechCrunch’s Crunchbase and bills itself as the best way to research new start ups. VentureBeat acquired the site formerly known as TradeVibes to create VentureBeat profiles. You can submit yourself here.
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