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FetchApp – is the easiest way to sell digital goods such as music, videos, photos, e-books, PDF’s, or software online. Produce your masterpiece, send your files to FetchApp, and get paid when people download your stuff. It seamlessly integrates with popular payment systems like Shopify, WordPress, Bigcommerce, Goodsie, PayPal and many others.

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Twibble – is a way to easily publish content, from any RSS feed to Twitter. Choose when you want your tweets to go out, which enables you then to share your feed with others. Their system automatically allows you to create custom tweet schedules. Then sharing your feed with your network allows people to easily subscribe.

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Postatic – Ever wanted to create your own Hacker News-like site? Go from zero to a fully functional site as soon as you hit that submit button – or check out some of the features. Postatic includes all the features you’d expect from online communities like Hacker News or Reddit – content posting, threaded comments, voting, moderation – and perhaps a little more.

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Triangly – is a branding platform for artists. Get recognition and clients you deserve. Showcase your portfolio by adding the files to Dropbox. Show on your site your experience, and let the world know your strengths and how they improved over time. You can reserve your domain name now, and be the first to test the new platform.

Fantastic Fiction – everyone loves a good novel but it can be hard to keep up with the release dates of all the major authors. Or if you want to read an author’s books in order of publication, where will you find the list? A site called Fantastic Fiction can help with all of that and make your book reading habit just a little bit easier.

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  1. Jeremy G
    August 26, 2014 at 1:09 am

    Fantastic Fiction is worthy of your time. It may not have all the covers on file, nor the blurbs, but other than that, the information is accurate and well managed. I'm not sure how old the website itself is, but I have been a frequent visitor since at least 1998.

    There is also an Calibre info lookup plugin for the site.

    • Mark O'Neill
      August 26, 2014 at 9:56 am

      Yes, I have been a total fan for about 10 years as well. I visit it all the time to find all the new releases or to get the exact order of books of a particular author.

      The site could do with an overhaul to its design, as it looks very 1999'ish, but you can't argue with the content.

  2. Saikat B
    August 25, 2014 at 5:58 am

    Twibble sounds like a Buffer competitor. Buffer is of course, well down the development path and therefore more rounded.

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