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Nowadays, it seems like our inboxes are made up of more spam than emails that we actually want. If you’ve been looking for a way to change that, then Unroll Me may be the service that you have been looking for. Recently, PC World did an in-depth review of this service, and they gave it a rating of three out of five stars. 

Unroll Me does what you cannot do by yourself: it will tidy up your inbox. 

Whether you primarily use Gmail, Yahoo email, or Google Apps, Unroll Me can be of use to you. The company even announced they are working on supporting AOL email and a few other providers. 

But how exactly does Unroll Me work? First, you will sign up for this service for free. Then, you allow your email account to be thoroughly scanned. When the scan is complete, Unroll Me will show you a list of the current subscriptions that you are signed up for. The subscriptions that you receive will be placed into a list called your “Rollup”. You have total control over the Rollup, and you’re free to subtract and manage your subscriptions from it as you please. The messages that go to your Rollup will no longer clutter your inbox. 

You can also set a time of day for receiving the subscriptions that you have in your Rollup. And you can access this feature from any browser or mobile device that you want to. 

PC World recommends Unroll Me for its ease of use and effectiveness. 

Unroll Me was created by two college kids who went to school together: Jojo Hedaya and Josh Rosenwald. These young tech geniuses are being recognized wordwide for the service they have created. And now, they are working on creating a version of Unroll Me that can be used in app form for increased ease of use. 

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In the year 1972, Vinod Gupta quit his job at commodore and started his first company called Business Research Services and American Business List. He had two employees that worked part time. 13 years later almost every yellow pages book added them to their data base.

Years after working hard and utilizing his profits to grow his company, ABL had the ability to go public in 1993. The next year, ABI made seventy five million in shares and revenues. The business only got bigger and bigger, had thousands of employees in 1997 and eventually went pass 108 million. See This Page for more information.

ABL grew more and started to encircle so much more than just ordinary business directories. With the fast interior growth and gaining of several other data based marketing companies, ABL turned into infoUSA then infoGROUP and fully covered Canada and the United States of America. infoGROUP made sure all information was verified making their lists more accurate, especially in the business market where information changes rapidly as years go by. infoGROUP Was eventually bought at the price of six hundred eighty million dollars, which was valued at much less when it first opened.

Nowadays, Mr. Gupta is pretty well known in India and the United States as one of the best businessman and philanthropists. He was awarded several honorary doctorates from several universities such as Monterey Institute of international studies, and IIT u of Nebraska. He worked as a trustee for Kennedy center for performing arts and was praised by president Bill Colton.

He was accepted to work as a UD consul general to Bermuda and was voted to be the US ambassador of Fiji but couldn’t because of other business fidelity. Gupta is still involved with civic arrangements. Currently Vinod Gupta has three children and is married to a woman by the name of Laurel Gupta.

 

More about Vinod Gupta on http://databaseusa.com/index.php/forbes-magazine-features-vin-gupta/