StageUnattributed VC | Alive
Last Raised$25M | 16 yrs ago
Reunion.com is a people search service and social networking community that helps adults find, reconnect and keep in touch with friends, family, classmates, and business contacts. Reunion has over 40 million members and is growing at a rate of more than 1.6 million new members per month. Launched in 2002 by entrepreneur Jeffrey Tinsley, founder and former CEO of GreatDomains.com, Reunion.com has received $25 million in funding from Oak Investment Partners.
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Latest Reunion.com News
Jul 29, 2014
CrunchGear Week in Review: Train Wreck Edition People-search engine Wink has joined forces with Reunion.com , a hybrid people-search/social networking site, to create one giant hub for finding people you once knew but forgot to keep in touch with. The two companies have merged and will be launching a new website (and brandname) in early 2009, which the sites say will feature a total of 700 million user profiles. Wink allows users to simultaneously search for profiles across social networks including MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn, and a number of others. The site originally launched in 2005 as a people-powered search engine , and reinvented itself as a people search in 2006. In September the site reported a search index of over 500 million user profiles, though some of these seem to lead to profile pages that either don’t work or are blank. Reunion.com combines the elements of people search with a social network. The site, which raised $25 million last year , allows users to quickly join the network by entering basic contact information, and then charges for more advanced (and snoopy) features. Premium accounts allow users to see who has searched for their profiles, and have become popular enough that the site operates at a profit and claims 50 million registered members. The two companies have a history together, as Reunion and Wink forged a “multi-year, multi-million dollar agreement” in 2007 giving Reunion members access to Wink’s people search. There’s a definite need for social network profile aggregators, especially as users find their online identities scattered across multiple social networks and blogs. But if the Wink/Reunion hybrid is going to become a mainstream search engine (a “Google for people search”), it badly needs to focus on the accuracy of its results. Hundreds of millions of profiles may sound like a lot, but when many of them are virtually useless the numbers really don’t mean much.
Reunion.com Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Reunion.com founded?
Reunion.com was founded in 2002.
Where is Reunion.com's headquarters?
Reunion.com's headquarters is located at 2118 Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica.
What is Reunion.com's latest funding round?
Reunion.com's latest funding round is Unattributed VC.
How much did Reunion.com raise?
Reunion.com raised a total of $25M.
Who are the investors of Reunion.com?
Investors of Reunion.com include Oak Investment Partners and New York Angels.
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