If you’ve been waiting for an #intro to Hashable—the only way up until now that you could get into the semi-privatebusiness networking service that keeps tracks of your connections through Twitter and email—you can now invite yourself by downloading Hashable’s iPhone app (iTunes link). It just went live on iTunes this weekend.
Hashable makes it super-easy to introduce two people via Twitter or email, or keep track of people you #justmet or had #lunch with or showed a #demo to. Up until now, you had to remember to Tweet out the correct hashtag and the Twitter handle of the person you connected with so that Hashable could record it. That was fine for early adopters, but once you have the iPhone app, there is no going back to the Twitter and email hacks.
Even better, Hashable can replace the need to swap business cards, which end up in a drawer that you can never find when you try to remember who that contact was 8 months later. When you make an #intro via #Hashable or record a connection with a person, each person gets a link back to each other’s profile page and those connections become searchable by hashtag.
- Hashable Starts Measuring The Strength Of Your Relationships (techcrunch.com)
- Hot New York Startup Hashable Raises $4 Million At $25-$30 Million Valuation (businessinsider.com)