Earlier this year Postbox won a Webware 100 award in the communications category as voted on by CNET readers.
It was also picked as Lifehacker's "Top 10 Up-and-coming products" shortly after its release.
Tech blog Tech Crunch is hosting the third iteration of its annual startup show next week, where 50 brand new sites and services are slated to be launched.
The show was started in early-2007 by Tech Crunch founder Michael Arrington and entrepreneur and Weblogs Inc.
co-founder Jason Calacanis as an alternative to the DEMO conference series.
Instead of paying to be on stage (once selected) as is done at DEMO, companies selected by Arrington and Calacanis get to present for free.
Then, in early January of this year, the company announced another round of funding, totaling $7 million, including Cisco Systems as one of the investors.
The company also released a paid version of its service in mid-July that costs a year and adds extra features on top of the free product.
To date, Clickable has picked up more than million in funding and picked up numerous Web awards nods.
This week the company announced it had hired Dave Fall, former Double Click executive (made Google employee) to serve as senior VP of product and operations.
Next week at the Tech Crunch 50 conference, 50 new companies will take the stage and make a pitch, while about a hundred others--some new, some retreads from prior Tech Crunch events, fight for attention on a paid show floor called the "Demo Pit." How many of these companies that launched at a Tech Crunch event have gone on to fame and glory?