They persuaded their older brother Geoff, who had founded Essay and Resume from his Harvard dorm room, to invest in their project.
And now his company has a name that spells out its “meet new people” goals more clearly than anyone else.
Is fun for about the first day till you realize no one ever goes on it.
The site was created entirely by developers in India.
In 2008, my Yearbook partnered with casual game developer Arkadium to bring Flash based games to the site.
The Meet Me service is available on the web and as an app on i Phone, i Pad, Android, and Windows.
Two high school students, Dave and Catherine Cook, created my Yearbook during their Spring Break of 2005.There’s plenty of competition for the industry crown, with competition from companies like Tagged and Badoo, not to mention new approaches to social discovery (albeit ones that are less directly competitive) like Highlight.Still, Cook sounds happy with Meet Me’s progress, claiming 2.8 billion pageviews per month, an Android app that was ranked the top-grossing social app by Google Play, and .8 million in revenue in 2011.In April 2009, the site added the Meebo instant messaging client to the site in order to provide real time chat.In November 2009, my Yearbook launched Chatter, a real-time stream that incorporated media sharing and gaming to help bring members together.Games playable inside the stream included Ask Me, Rate Me and 2 Truths and a Lie.