Bebo dating service
AOL, interested in the booming social network craze, for reportedly less than million.
When the social network went on the auction block for a second time, Birch decided to step in.
But we’re not doing this just to flip it,” Mr Birch told The Telegraph.He and his team at Monkey Inferno, his tech incubator company, outbid mobile social network Tagged and dating site for Bebo, The site currently sees about 100,000 hits a day from an estimated 3 million monthly users.All that's left is a loyal following overseas in the U. Well, that and apparently, people who draw profane images on profiles.It's tailored to you NZDating believes people's individuality is special, so rather than forcing the same strict set of rules on everyone - we believe you should be able to make your own choices about what you like seeing (or not seeing). Birch explained the move in a video posted to the Bebo landing page, where he acknowledges the site just wasn't worth running anymore.
By the time he got his hands on it, Bebo felt like a “ghost town”, Mr Birch said.