Docstoc

Docstoc

A document sharing Web site (www.docstoc.com) that lets professional people and organizations upload business documents for viewing both free and paid. Launched in 2007, Docstoc features legal contracts, technical articles and annual reports. See document sharing site.
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Intuit has been grabbing smaller financial software companies over the past year, most recently acquiring mobile payment startup Check in May for $360 million, plus document service DocStoc and tax-return helper GoodApril.
YouTube is for sharing of videos, Flickr for photographs, DocStoc for documents and SlideShare for presentations and these platforms also allow other's evaluations and opinions on what are shared
It's hard to include one and not the other because they're so similar, but I use Scribd and Docstoc when searching for specific documents.
Use your Website or blog, and be sure to engage other social media (Linkedln, Facebook, Twitter, Docstoc, Scribd) to get the word out.
For entrepreneurs and small businesses, the draw of sites such as Scribd and Docstoc is obvious.
Smith most recently ran business development for Docstoc, the business documents site purchased by Intuit in 2013.
Jason Nazar (Pepperdine MBA/JD '05), co-founder and CEO of Docstoc.
2) The latest business app from HP includes the ability to print business forms through the DocStoc app.
In the "Business District," LegalZoom, Docstoc, Better Business Bureau and Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses spent time with attendees and Dun & Bradstreet Credibility provided attendees a free copy of their company's D&B business credit report, a set of D&B scores and ratings which may factor into lenders' credit decisions.
The companies that participated in the Pavilion of Companies included Marvell Technology, SeamBI, Tigo Energy, AMIMON, Docstoc, Kryon Systems, Snapily, and American Technion Society.