June 17th, 2008

Portland Start-up Index for June 2008: Some movement for the same list

It’s that time again. Techvibes has published its latest installation of the Portland Start-up Index. And while there’s a bit of jostling among the usual gang, no new companies and/or products appear on the list this time around.

The highest climber? Jama Software, followed by Iterasi. The biggest drop was Lightfleet.

So, without further ado:

  1. AboutUs
  2. Kongregate
  3. Discogs
  4. COLOURlovers
  5. Frappr (acquired by Platial)
  6. Jive Software
  7. Splashcast
  8. MyOpenID
  9. Earth Class Mail
  10. Platial
  11. Sandy
  12. Gone Raw
  13. eROI
  14. NetworthIQ (acquired by Strands)
  15. Stikkit
  16. Grabbit
  17. Active Reload
  18. Attensa
  19. GadgetTrak
  20. Walker Tracker
  21. Iterasi
  22. Pibb
  23. ChoiceA
  24. Iovation
  25. Art Face Off
  26. UrbanDrinks
  27. Rocketbook
  28. Lunarr
  29. KnitMap
  30. FreeRange
  31. WeoGeo
  32. Jama Software
  33. Goboz
  34. GoLife Mobile
  35. Picktastic
  36. MomHub
  37. fmyi
  38. Imindi
  39. GoSeeTell
  40. Kryptiq
  41. Cendix
  42. VocalNation.net
  43. Kumquat
  44. Pheedo
  45. Workplace2go
  46. Avnera
  47. Box Populi
  48. IDP Solutions
  49. Collaborative Software Initiative
  50. Lightfleet
  51. Worldwide Nest
  52. YourList
  53. Techchex

As always, this list comes with some caveats. The Techvibes index ranks Portland area tech start-up Web sites—sometimes a series of products from one company, sometimes the corporate site—based on an average of Alexa and Compete traffic rankings. And they don’t take into account widget activity.

Numbers, movement, and other details are available on the Portland Start-up Index page.

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5 Responses to “Portland Start-up Index for June 2008: Some movement for the same list”

  1. Rick Turoczy says:

    I think there are quite a few companies missing here, but most conspicuously absent, in my opinion? Vidoop.

  2. Great list! It is exciting to think that all of these start-ups are in Portland. I wish them all the best and will anxiously anticipate the next rankings.

  3. thisKat says:

    Perhaps Vidoop wasn’t considered a Portland company this time around since they haven’t completed the move of corporate headquarters from Tulsa.

  4. Rick Turoczy says:

    @thisKat I think that’s a valid point. But I’d already used my “Isn’t Kongregate in the Bay Area?”, “Why are some of these products and some of these companies?”, and other similar complaints. I had to find something new about which to whine.

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