The Company That Could’ve Been Facebook Goes Back to School
Filed under: Technology, Facebook
A blast from the past is making new waves in social networking. United Online (UNTD) — the parent company of Classmates.com — is acquiring schoolFeed. (Terms of the deal aren’t being disclosed.)
SchoolFeed is a fast-growing app on Facebook (FB) that connects users of the world’s largest social networking website through their alma mater affiliations. There are now more than 19 million Facebook users tethered to schoolFeed, and the app is tacking on roughly 100,000 new registered users daily.
The Company That Could’ve Been Facebook Goes Back to School originally appeared on DailyFinance.com on 2012-06-13T06:00:00Z.
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