Soon after we had launched our beta in 2015, we realized its easy to collect and curate a few sites but it is hard to scale content and it is even harder to keep a listed site’s details updated.
To solve this problem in our product, amidst other ideas, we decided to introduce Crowd-sourcing at CybrHome where our users can add, edit and contribute to content (websites, topics and categories). People can also report a website/topic/category or delete them.
Crowdsourcing is a specific sourcing model in which individuals or organizations use contributions from Internet users to obtain needed services or…
Bill Gates. Mark Zuckerberg. Larry Page. Sergey Brin. They share more than a few enviable accomplishments. They’re billionaires, they made their fortunes in tech and they started their businesses while they were still students. It also doesn’t hurt that they’re seriously smart cookies.
However you slice it, they’re all living proof that you don’t have to wait until after graduation to launch your own business. And, as is the case for Gates and Zuckerberg, you might not have to graduate at all (though, to be clear, I’m not advocating for dropping out).
If you’re considering becoming a student entrepreneur, just…
It’s hard to leverage the internet. Most people do not know websites that they should know. Sometimes people find an important site or app years later and regret for not knowing about it earlier. People are missing on the best tools, useful content and life-changing opportunities available to them, resting a few clicks away.
It is hard to be productive online and leverage the internet. I think there are two reasons why most of the people end up doing the same activity on web everyday instead of spending time on better things.
It’s hard to explore the internet. Most people do not know websites that they should know. New internet users find it hard to hunt for great products, tutorials or anything they required in general. Sometimes people find an important website after years and then regret that they never knew it earlier. People are missing on great useful life-changing websites and opportunities on the internet every day.
Today for the Medium community, I am announcing a new medium publication — ‘Explore The Internet’, focused on people who love exploring the web. …
★ Discover and review new websites, blogs and products everyday.
★ Explore topics, categories, our curated collections and top charts.
★ Follow your friends and see their reviews and other activity.
Install our app from www.cybrhome.com/andoid and share with your friends.
Announcing our all-new CybrHome mobile website, redesigned from scratch. Now you can explore websites on the go on the mobile web.
The CybrHome Chrome Extension once added to the Chrome enables you to do a lot with a few clicks -
1. Crowd-sourcing: add or edit websites, topics or categories
2. Send and share websites, topics or categories
3. Follow topics and categories
4. Topic and category aliases, settings
5. Social notifications, user dashboard, content and privacy settings, improved design and UI, and much more
Check at www.cybrhome.com
PS: Sign up is optional now, however you should login to unlock all features!
Here are some Frequently Asked Questions about CybrHome!
CybrHome is a platform for websites where users can search and discover websites. By using CybrHome, one can find out top websites, blogs, apps and more for any given purpose, topic or category.
What makes this different from search engines is we’re organizing the web using topics and categories so that users can browse the platform to discover websites, topics and categories instead of simply searching. …
CybrHome is a place to discover websites.
So, why is CybrHome important? What is the impact it makes?
Personally, I believe that a website can sometimes bring a difference in your life. A website can be much more than a website. Here’s is a personal story about this.
I discovered www.tatafirstdot.com in October 2014. It is the country’s biggest platform for student entrepreneurs to showcase their ideas and creations . I didn’t know about this in my first and second year. …