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A tool that helps entrepreneurs write the best pitches possible for angel investors.


Localization software that helps companies hire workers who can speak, read, and write in multiple languages.


A software company that aims to help businesses track customer information and enterprise data. The startup writes to customers directly to collect data and to think up new ideas.


A startup that provides a service where someone will help you to write the perfect cover letter for a particular job


This is an app meant to help small businesses write and sell articles on their website.


A startup that lets people write to their local news outlets and broadcast their thoughts and ideas to the public, akin to what the Snapchat Discover platform does for millennials. The twist, of course, is that these broadcasts are live and recorded.


A startup that helps people to write down their ideas and turn them into a reality


An AI bot that helps writers write.


This startup lets a lawyer write a letter for a client that looks like it was written by the client, but all the essential details are still correct.


A new way to handle team communication. People can write, send, and schedule emails from a single platform. The startup has raised $2.5 million to date.


This is a tool for people who want to get paid to write content for others, and it’s built on the WordPress platform. It lets people write blog posts, copywriting articles, or any other type of content for clients.


A startup that helps you organize your life and write to-do lists (similar to Wunderlist, but aimed at parents).


A place for writers to connect and share their work with one another.


An insurance-focused startup that collects data from drivers using their Android phones and then uses the data to sell insurance to them. It’s an insurance company that doesn’t actually write the policies.


A startup that makes a tool for people to write down all the steps they need to take to complete a project


A new way to get paid for writing things, especially for writers who don’t want to write things for pay.


A startup meant to help agencies hire writers more efficiently.


A do-it-yourself insurance company for self-employed people. The company, which launched a year ago, is using tech to help people underwrite their own risks.


A platform that helps writer’s sell their work, producing a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter.


In this article, Rob writes about the startup’s plan to make a video service that lets


In the past, a person could get insurance through a company and then write off the cost of that insurance. With the advent of the individual market, many companies are no longer offering insurance because the rate they would have to charge is too low.


In this article, Rob writes about the startup’s plan to make a video service that lets you edit and share video from an iPhone through a web browser. A few months later, the startup pivots to focus on video editing and distribution.


 A messaging app for API providers that lets developers create a messaging interface for their apps without having to write a full chat bot.


A company that pays people in the developing world to write content for a fee. They’ve already signed up one client (Watsi, a non-profit that helps poor people in medical emergencies) and expect to sign up another soon.


A startup that wants to make it easier for people to “write” music. The startup is building a music editing app that takes your tracks and makes them more palatable for radio and podcasts.


A web-based collaboration platform that helps people brainstorm and write down ideas. The company just closed $1.1M in seed funding from investors like Fidelity Investments and Bain Capital Ventures.


A startup that ranks articles written by users based on what they read, how they write, and what they post on social media.


This is a startup that makes it easier for users to read and write in French, Italian, and Spanish. Another benefit is that they can take notes in those languages and they can share those notes with others who speak those languages.


A startup that lets you share blog posts, products, and events with your social network through SMS. It’s free, and as you write you get paid in cash, in dollars or in bitcoin.


A SaaS tool that created a “human editor” that helps users write emails, convert PDFs to text, and make other edits to the text


idea: A startup for professional freelance writers to sell their work.


A tool to help users write more effectively online


A startup that helps users of Slack teams write and schedule emails.


A startup that makes a game that helps people learn how to code and write programs in custom languages. The one-time investment is $50, and it’s currently in a private beta.


A video-chat-like app for internal meetings, which allows for video and chats but also an internal forum where employees can write notes and comments.


Works with companies to provide non-technical training, like how to write a resume, how to respond to an interview question, or how to talk about your experience.


This startup is building a tool to help software engineers write more efficient code. The startup partners with teams to sit down with engineers and review their coding, helping them improve their efficiency and the quality of their code.


The startup wants to make your web browser a full-fledged programming language that you can write programs in.


A startup that helps programmers write beautiful code, built on the fact that we’re all just doing the best we can with the tools we have and doesn’t expect its users to be professional programmers with developer-level command of the language it’s written in.


A platform that lets you create a personal blog or journal, write posts, and publish them on your own website, and share them with friends and family.


A messaging app that uses AI and machine learning to automatically generate text. After generating a list of the most common questions and phrases that people send, customer support can use this tool to pre-write responses.


A business plan for a startup is like a sales pitch. It’s vague. It’s hard to see its potential. And it’s hard to know if it’s worth checking out. So many founders miss out on the chance to grow their business because they don’t have this thing called a business plan that explains how they’ll do it. The goal of this startup is to make it easy for anyone to write that plan. It’s currently only available in the Bay Area.


Drawing on the insights from the most-read articles on Medium, this startup is building a toolset that lets writers and other creatives see who’s reading their work and how.


A productivity tool helping people write more, faster.


A startup for freelance writers, editors, and translators. The startup is in its pre-launch phase, but has already sold $3,000 worth of services. It’s not a traditional marketplace, instead relying on a closed community of writers and translators who are all working on the same project.


A vertical website that allows people to write about their experiences with different products and services. It was built by the founders of HackerYou, a startup that helped people connect with each other and build software in the same way Facebook and other social networks did.


This startup is building a platform to help journalists write better. It’s best for longer writing, and it lets you know which writing styles and topics are best for you.


A startup that wants to help large publishers create “smart content” for their newsletters, building in-house tools for writers and editors.


A peer-to-peer marketing platform for hiring freelance writers.


A digital platform that allows employees to write and publish content and get paid for it. The startup is looking to launch in a few countries in South East Asia.


This is a tool that helps journalists and reporters publish their work on Medium. It’s meant to help journalists write the same stories over and over again.


A digital platform for training and mentorship, founded by user-experience designers. A platform to foster a community of designers, technical writers, and marketers who share their expertise.


A startup for underwriters of auto insurance in the EU. They’re working to expand across the United States.


A Chinese startup that wants to help people learn English faster and easier. The startup writes questions and answers on cards and puts them on a string, which people can play around with. And their idea is proving popular in China, with a million cards sold in three months.


Working with a team at the University of Pennsylvania, this startup is building a way for companies to create personal journals in which they write and share their thoughts about different topics. The startup is also working with scientists to help people record their medical histories.


This is a company that looks for freelance copywriters, and then trains them to be better at communication.


An AI that can teach itself to write new code.


A team of Ph.D.s and VCs is building a new language for smart contracts, making it easier to write and read smart contracts that run on the Ethereum blockchain.


A platform for “telling your story”. For instance, you can write a story about your business trip to China, dump it into their database of a million other stories and have it created as an infographic.


A SaaS tool that connects users to local freelance writers.


A startup that helps people learn how to write resumes and cover letters, and how to communicate with potential employers.


A startup that connects insurance companies to underwriters in the event of a claim, allowing everyone to focus on customer service while the underwriting process is handled.


A startup that helps you learn how to do things like sign a contract, write a thesis, and fundraise on Kickstarter.


An AI-powered text editor that helps you write more consistently


A group of freelance writers who have agreed to work unpaid on a monthly basis to write content for a startup.


A company that pairs “futurists” with the startups and brands they write about. The startup charges a small fee to write a piece and shares some of that revenue with the futurist. The company pays writers $50 to $100 per piece, with a minimum payout of $200.


A startup that’s building a “book-making app” for creatives and writers, with a focus on lifestyle and self-improvement.


A startup for original short stories, aimed at writers who want to sell their work on their own terms.


ChatOMatic is building a chatbot for Slack channels that can automatically write status updates, notes, and reminders for users.


A startup that provides a service where people can buy a book and have a writer on Upwork write a custom book for them in their voice


Idea: A tool for building serverless applications, but with a twist: it’s designed to make it easier to write serverless applications that are also APIs


Idea: A Slack bot that helps you write better meetings


Idea: A directory of jobs in the gig economy, from Uber and Lyft to dog walkers and freelance writers


Idea: The startup is building a tool that automatically writes a person’s will and will updates, letting you track wills from multiple users in the same account. It’s built on top of a free service that lets you write a will once and store it with them. They’re aiming to replace legal representatives with their software, while still giving users the option to use a lawyer.


Idea: An AI-powered email platform that integrates with Gmail, with a focus on the “personal touch”. The startup’s founder says there’s a generation of people who grew up on AOL’s chat interface and have since forgotten how to write emails (because they’ve been using chat).


Idea: Improving the quality of a person’s handwriting by training them to write on a special kind of paper. The startup says they can help 80% of all adults improve their handwriting.