We are a community of readers who need fewer business news. This image explains the problem we have solved. There's too much information and every single person doesn't have time to go through the information on their own. But we can do it together!
"News is to the mind what sugar is to the body. News is easy to digest. The media feeds us small bites of trivial matter, tidbits that don't really concern our lives and don't require thinking. That's why we experience almost no saturation. Unlike reading books and long magazine articles (which require thinking), we can swallow limitless quantities of news flashes, which are bright-coloured candies for the mind."Rolf Dobelli
Step 1. Sign in with your Twitter account and submit the news you like
Step 2. Read, vote on, and discuss the news you like
Step 3. Find the best news as voted for by other users
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You need to login with your Twitter account and click on the dollar ($) signs to vote. This way, you don't need to remember yet another password compared to if Trejdify had our own login-system. Using Twitter is also more safe since Twitter has a lot of resources to prevent hackers from finding personal information. We store the Twitter-id in our database to prevent users from voting more than once.
Click here if you don't have a Twitter account to get one for free. It takes a minute to get a Twitter account and you can use your own nickname. You do not have to use the service, you can just use Twitter as a login.
Trejdify will automatically update you @name each time you sign in with Twitter.
The best news have been voted for by the users of Trejdify. The one with the highest rating is first.
The latest news comes from two different sources. The first source is our users. The links labeled "popular" are the most shared financial news-articles and blog-articles on Twitter and Facebook from the last 24 hours. They are published once each day.
We believe that the group is better at finding out what's good and what's not - compared with the individual. Approaches and outcomes of groups who co-operate in seeking a solution are not just better than the average member working alone, but are even better than the group's best problem solver working alone. Source: Yes!
Also, the same amount of content produced from year 0 to year 2003 is now being produced each 48 hours thanks to the Internet. We are here to help you find out which of that content you need. It is impossible to go through that content on your own, but we can do it together. Source: YouTube: Gary Vaynerchuk
Websites like Digg and Reddit are not specialized in publishing resources about the economy - the resources are more general. Trejdify is more like Hacker News - a website dedicated to finding only one type of resources.
You can read more about social news at Wikipedia: Social News
Websites like Bloomberg provide too much information and this is the result:
Source: Kevin Kallaugher
The problem with Google is that they accumulate everything in their search engine. Our search engine is more selective and you can use certain keywords such as "dividends" to easier find what you need. Write "dividends" in Google and it's much harder to find good articles.
Google (and Facebook) also filter your search results based on what you have been doing on the Internet before - so Google may actually remove the important articles you may need when searching for them.
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