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Inkster – Created by Artists for Artists

Inkster Is a newly launched e-Commerce website made by artists for artists to use as a place where users can build a portfolio and sell their creations. Inkster is planning to change the way artists and musicians use the internet. Inkster is aiming to bridge the gap between social media and e-commerce. Using the Inkster platform artists and musicians can host their entire portfolios on the website to have access to wider audience. Users can also sell their work directly on Inkster through its e-commerce platform. Best of all, Inkster is free for everyone to use and there is no monthly subscriptions or hidden fees. The site charges 10% Facilitation fee on any artwork or music that is sold using the website.
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Artists in today’s world have too many profiles to manage and it can really be a daunting task to keep up with everything. There are many tasks that users can do while on the site, it has large art collections and users can shop for music, fashion and paintings all at the same time. Inkster is aiming to be the hub for world’s artists to communicate and exchange ideas. Inkster is about lifestyle and making it easier to be an artist in today’s ever changing world. While Inkster changing the way artists and art lovers do business it also provide great atmosphere for art lovers and artists alike to share ideas and experiences.
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The Current State Of The Apple SIM, And Its Possible Future

apple-sim Apple unveiled new gadgets on stage today, but they didn’t discuss one of its most interesting new innovations – the Apple SIM. As detailed earlier by TechCrunch, the new SIM card lets you switch between participating carriers, which include AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint in the U.S., and EE in the U.K. So far, those are the only carriers who have signed on, but Apple is likely… Read More

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What to Do When Your Biggest Customer Is Your Worst Nightmare

Tekscape founder Dave Smith explains how he turned a soul-crushing client into a rallying cry for his company.






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Hundreds Protest At San Francisco City Hall After Soccer Conflict With Dropbox, Airbnb Employees

playground A week after a video of an argument between a handful of local teenagers and Dropbox and Airbnb employees went viral, hundreds of demonstrators protested at San Francisco City Hall, asking for the city’s parks to be freely open to the public. The city’s parks and recreation general manager acquiesced, dropping the reservation requirement at night for that specific park in the… Read More

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2 Things Great Leaders Do When They Give Feedback

Managers give the most useful feedback on the fly, not from a script. But how they deliver it is just as important, says author and professor Bren Brown.






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Market panic eases

Talk of more help from the Federal Reserve sparked another dramatic comeback.

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Meet America’s youngest female billionaire

Elizabeth Holmes has built a medical services company that’s revolutionizing the blood test.

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Fuhu Unveils The World’s Biggest Android Tablet Made For Family Collaboration, Socialization

nabi_Big_Tab_Angle Fuhu, the company that created the nabi tablet for kids, unveiled the 20 and 24 inch nabi Big Tab today to increase collaboration and sharing in the average household. Read More

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Vantage Analytics Raises $1.1M To Make Analytics Data More Usable For Small Businesses

Vantage Analytics Canadian startup Vantage Analytics is announcing that it has raised $1.1 million in its first round of funding.
Co-founder and President Aran Hamilton told me that the company currently integrates with Shopify’s e-commerce platform, aiming to help Shopify businesses understand and act on their data. Read More

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3 reasons stocks are still charging ahead

Despite global conflict and concern about overpriced stocks, the market is surging again.

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