Silicon Florist’s links arrangement for September 23

Iterasi Moves to the Heart of Downtown Portland

Pete Grillo writes “We moved here for two primary reasons: better proximity for many of our employees’ commutes to work and to get closer to Portland’s exciting and thriving high-tech community.”

Andy Baio joins Kickstarter board

Via Waxy.org “I wanted to take a moment to announce that I’ve joined the board of directors for Kickstarter, a brand-new startup based out of Brooklyn and Chicago…. Ultimately, everybody should be able to support themselves doing what they love using the web, and I think Kickstarter will be a great way to get there. Expect to hear more on Waxy.org as launch day gets closer.”

3 Tips for a Great Landing Page

Guidance from StepChange Group “every time we build a Landing Page or a Microsite, we see campaign conversion rates that are substantially higher than the main site – plus higher-quality referrals due to better targeting and qualification. Since most targeted Landing Pages can be put together in a couple of weeks, they are nearly a ‘no brainer’ for an online campaign. Based on our experience, here are some tips for creating a great Landing Page that converts well.”

Clearwire lurks – Silicon Forest – The Oregonian

Mike Rogoway writes “While walking to work last week, I passed this Clearwire truck parked on the street downtown. It’s got Oregon plates, which makes me think the company’s pretty well set up in Portland — though it’s still not offering service here.”

OTBC picks new home, new model – Silicon Forest

Mike Rogoway writes “The Open Technology Business Center has picked a new home, at The Round in central Beaverton.”

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