See the press release source article here: Mission Hills KS
Mission Hills, KS (PRWEB) February 9, 2011 — After a successful beta launch at the end of last summer, neighbortree’s website network has quickly expanded across the US and in several international locations. Over the last four months, the Kansas City Internet company has received valuable suggestions from its growing base of users, and has added new application features based on this feedback. neighbortree.com, a venture capital financed startup, begins 2011 with a bang and will be announcing a series of new business partnerships this year – leading off with Mission Hills Magazine.
Read the full review at SlapStart.com
Many factors are considered when buying a home. First location, and then, well, location. The reason the physical address is so important is in part due to your neighbors. Who your neighbors are affects a big part of your life. Recently a friend of mine had his car keyed due to a misunderstanding about a parking spot. In other neighborhoods you’d never hear of such a thing.
Read the full press release here: neighborhood social networking
Kansas City, KS (PRWEB) September 1, 2010
Free neighborhood social network, neighbortree.com, announced today that the company has received startup funding from a regional angel investment firm. Neighbortree.com provides free neighborhood websites to any type of residential community.
Rad the full article at LostRemote
Just one month into the hyperlocal biz, and startup Neighbortree has $120,000 in angel money. The company hopes to build out a network of hyperlocal sites. I should say “hyper-hyperlocal sites,” since the company’s goal is to have sites as micro as neighborhoods and apartment buildings. The company offers its services for free to anyone who wants to start such a site. Writes TechCrunch:
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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.
Read the full article at REbliss.com
KillerStartups.com: Social Networking For Neighbors
For the full review, visit KillerStartups.com here: Neighborhood Social Networking
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