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YouTube
(Tech)
Wikipedia
(Sciences)
EBay
(Business)
Deutsche Bank
(Finance and Banking)
Wii
(Video Games)
URL shortening
(Web design)
Rolling Stone
(Journalism)
 

See also

StumbleUpon

Knowledge Identifier: &StumbleUpon

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Category: Business (10)

Founded in 2002.

Countries: (60%), United States (30%), Germany (10%)

Main connections: YouTube, Wikipedia, EBay

Linked to: YouTube, CollegeHumor, BBC, Google

 

Timeline


 

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2006

On December 13, 2006, StumbleUpon launched their StumbleVideo site add something


2007

StumbleUpon launched a version of StumbleVideo for the Internet Channel Web browser that runs on the Wii console on February 12, 2007 add something

 

In April 2007, StumbleUpon launched the StumbleThru service, allowing users of the toolbar to stumble within sites such as YouTube, The Onion, Public Broadcasting Service and Wikipedia add something

 

In May 2007, StumbleUpon was purchased by eBay add something


2008

StumbleUpon said that before the end of May 2008, it would have collected its five-billionth "stumble", more than one billion of which would have taken place in 2008 alone add something

 

In September 2008, eBay hired Deutsche Bank to try to sell StumbleUpon again add something


2009

In March 2009, StumbleUpon launched Su.pr, a URL shortening service add something

 

On April 13, 2009, founders Garrett Camp and Geoff Smith and other investors including Ram Shriram bought the company add something


2010

StumbleUpon claims to have more than 10 million members as of 18 May 2010 add something

 

As of June 13, 2010, sites using StumbleThru include BBC.com, Blogger, Break.com, CNN.com, Collegehumor, Flickr.com, FunnyorDie.com, Howstuffworks.com, HuffingtonPost.com, Metacafe.com, Pbs.org, PhysOrg, Rolling Stone, Scientific American, The Onion, Wikipedia, Wired.com, WordPress and YouTube add something


2011

In August 2011, StumbleUpon reached the 25 billion stumble mark, at which point they were adding over 1 billion stumbles per month add something

 

On October 24, 2011, StumbleUpon deleted years' worth of user-generated content, and removed HTML blogging, standalone blog posts, and photoblogging capabilities add something


2012

In April 2012, StumbleUpon announced that it had over 25 million registered users of the service add something

 

In September 2012, StumbleUpon released an update for its iOS app that brought the new feature "StumbleDNA," which aggregates content that is recommended for you, trending content as well as a section where you can view the activity of your StumbleUpon connections add something

 

On September 25, 2012, StumbleUpon released a redesign of its website in beta, and extended it to all users on October 24 add something


2013

According to a 2013 fourth quarter Shareaholic's Social Media Traffic Report, Stumbleupon accounted for more publisher traffic than YouTube, Reddit, Linkedin and Google combined add something

 

In 2013, StumbleUpon discontinued the su add something

 

In September 2013, StumbleUpon acquired 5by, a video discovery app created by Greg Isenberg add something


2018

On June 30th, 2018, StumbleUpon shut down add something

 

On June 30, 2018, StumbleUpon shut down add something