Monthly Archives: August 2010

Tech Crunch: Neighbortree Raises $120k For Hyperlocal Community Websites

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Kansas City-based startup Neighbortree  checked in to tell us about their efforts to grow a  fledgling network of hyper-local neighborhood community websites operated by residents. The company has just raised $120,000 from an undisclosed regional angel investment firm, notably a mere month after launching its service.

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REbliss: neighbortree Lets Anyone Start A Community Website For Free

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neighbortree  is a free social network for neighborhoods.  Anyone can create a free community website for any type of neighborhood, subdivision, apartment, or condominium.

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Social Networking For Neighbors

KillerStartups.com: Social Networking For Neighbors

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As of 2010, there is no dominant (or even major) social networking site for neighbors. Neighbor Tree aims to fill in that gap by letting neighbors connect and organize like never before. The key element here might as well be that the networking sites which can be created are built and run by the residents themselves, not by a HOA or a property manager

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