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FreshBooks order forms in TypePad

by Sunir Shah  |  September 17/2009  |  , , , ,
FreshBooks order forms in TypePad

Take orders in FreshBooks from TypePad blogs with FormSpring. As many of you know, a blog is an affordable and effective way for a small business to expand their online presence. And many of you spend a lot of time and money getting prospects to visit your blog, only to lose them before …



FreshBooks now supports OAuth

by Sunir Shah  |  September 10/2009  |  , ,
FreshBooks now supports OAuth

FreshBooks OAuth authorization page FreshBooks now supports OAuth to make it easier to build and manage its third-party addons. Today, we’re proud to announce that we now support OAuth, an increasingly popular open protocol for secure API authorization. OAuth …



Sign on the dotted line with RightSignature

by Sunir Shah  |  July 23/2009  |  , ,
Sign on the dotted line with RightSignature

RightSignature lets your clients electronically sign FreshBooks invoices and estimates using their familiar handwritten signature. For an online invoicing company that tries to get you paid faster, nothing is more frustrating than making you wait for a client to physically sign and mail back …



FreshBooks comes to Salesforce

by Sunir Shah  |  July 21/2009  |  , , ,
FreshBooks comes to Salesforce

Update! This add-on has been discontinued in favour of the newer DataSynch for Salesforce and FreshBooks add-on. Keeping track from lead to deal to dollar has never been easier. Thanks to the new product from FirmCloud, FreshBooks has finally connected to Salesforce, the popular CRM and business platform. The FreshBooks Connector is …




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