Google launched Gmail as an invitation-only free email service on April 1, 2004, and kept it in beta version for 5 years. The “on-invitation” feature allowed Gmail to spread very quickly.
Before Gmail there were very few free email services, and none of them was as functional and easy-to-use. What’s more, the access to those mail accounts was web-based, so that users were forced to deal with display ads and banners.
Before Gmail, people found it perfectly normal to pay for an efficient and ad-free mail service.
Gmail has permanently changed our perception of the email system, transforming it from a paid service into a commodity.
While “destroying” a market (namely that of email), Gmail has generated other related market sectors, as often happens in the digital economy.
Why this introduction? Because in order to create new markets you must sometimes be disruptive with old ones, and because we love to be inspired by the greatest 🙂
The new Travel Appeal version scores an important point, as we’re not talking in terms of mere “reputation”, but in terms of “data”. Travel Appeal isn’t just a Reputation Manager for the analysis and management of reviews; it’s a far more complete and complex tool that allows you to analyze and manage your entire digital footprint.
That’s why we decided to make the Reputation Manager tool available for free. Forever free.
No, you’re not dreaming… our Reputation Manager is entirely free! All you have to do is go on our website and sign up for free!
Those who wish to go beyond the mere management of reviews will clearly find a lot of options. Check them out! Our new prices are the result of a considerable effort in terms of sustainability and transparency… With us you’ll always know how much you pay. I bet you haven’t found a public price on our competitors’ websites yet. And have you tried to register? Or to ask for a demo?
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