SendPulse offers marketing tools to empower your business. You can use multiple communication channels to interact with your customers within a single platform including email, SMS, web push, Viber, and Facebook.
The company’s offices and representatives are located in Turkey, Brazil, Mexico, Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus. Our support team speaks English, Turkish, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, and Ukrainian and is available 24/7, so we can effectively assist and guide SendPulse users from all over the world.
In March 2019, SendPulse reached 1 million registered users, with about 1,000 new users joining us every day.
We are proud of cooperating with both large companies and small business owners around the globe and enjoy seeing their list grow with every coming day. Among SendPulse customers are Swatch, Kärcher, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Radisson Blu Hotels, and LOT Polish Airlines.More
Pixeden came to life with the idea of creating a one-stop place for all the tools that a modern designer might need in its day-to-day routine.
We thrive to bring you the best of the best for each of our premium and free graphic, web and design resources.More
iTWire is Australia's most read independent technology news source. With 327,505 (Nielsen SiteCensus) visitors a month. iTWire has 70,000+ subscribers to its daily IT&T newsletter. Our readers are the top IT and Telecommunications people in Australia.
iTWire is a powerful source of top-line IT&T news and information for our community of industry professionals.
iTWire puts tech news and developments from around the globe into perspective, covering all the important sectors of IT&T in Australia and globally, with a strong emphasis on government.
Our award-winning team of writers have earned a reputation for providing hard-hitting, insightful commentary and critical analysis of the business of technology, including corporate performance and developments, new product and service offerings, industry trends and government and public sector policies.
iTWire's audience comprises senior IT&T professionals, CEOs, CIOs and public sector department heads and managers. These leaders rely on iTWire to stay informed and maintain their competitive edge.
iTWire connects technology professionals across Australia though its breaking IT news, technology events calendar, news forum, free daily email newsletters, a specialist telecommunications industry publication and Australia's best IT specialist jobs board.More
K2 v2.10.2 is now available to download for Joomla versions 1.5 to 3.x. This is a maintenance & security release: it concludes the backend user interface changes that were introduced with v2.10.0 and is now 100% mobile-friendly and it also addresses a (low severity) vulnerability that was discovered in a third-party library used.
We urge everyone using K2 v2.7.0+ to upgrade to this new release.More
As we're preparing to launch a new website for getk2.org, we have decided to make an important change in the K2 Extensions Directory (KED).More
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Thrasher is a skateboarding magazine founded in January 1981 by Eric Swenson, and Fausto Vitello, and published by High Speed Productions, Inc. of San Francisco, US.
The publication consists primarily of skateboard and music-related articles, photography, interviews and skatepark reviews.More
LiteSpeed Technologies was founded in early 2002 by a team of engineers led by George Wang.
LiteSpeed's core development team specializes in server software design and has many years of experience in mission-critical software development.More
The High Court is the highest court in the Australian judicial system. It was established in 1901 by Section 71 of the Constitution. The functions of the High Court are to interpret and apply the law of Australia; to decide cases of special federal significance including challenges to the constitutional validity of laws and to hear appeals, by special leave, from Federal, State and Territory courts.
The seat of the High Court is in Canberra, where it is located in its own building within the Parliamentary Triangle. The High Court building houses three courtrooms, Justices' chambers, and the Court's main registry, library, and corporate services facilities. In addition, there are offices of the High Court Registry in Sydney and Melbourne, staffed by officers of the High Court. In Adelaide, Brisbane, Darwin and Perth, registry functions are performed on behalf of the High Court by officers of the Federal Court of Australia, and in Hobart they are performed by officers of the Supreme Court of Tasmania.More