What happened in 2012? My wife and I had our first child. I can’t make up my mind on if these past nine months have been the longest or quickest of my life. Either way, they have been the most rewarding. Visited Albania, where my daughter’s great-grandmothers were both able to meet her. That was … Continue reading
Big milestone for the PeekYou team today, as we announced the launch of PeekAnalytics. Here’s how we describe the company: PeekAnalytics delivers enterprise-class Twitter analytics that help marketers understand their social consumers. By identifying where Twitter users exist elsewhere on the Web, PeekAnalytics offers an unparalleled level of demographic and psychographic insights from consumer data … Continue reading
In May, we celebrated PeekYou becoming a top-500 US website. We said we’d throw another party when we hit the top-250….and we just crossed that threshhold this month. In five months, we’ve halved the Quantcast rank and doubled our office space. Additionally, we successfully launched into beta our first B2B offering, PeekAnalytics. All-in-all, it has … Continue reading
I covered what I could in two minutes…which isn’t a whole lot. The data for this report came out of our development work for the upcoming PeekAnalytics.
Andrew Keen interviewing me on May 23, 2011, backstage at Techcrunch Disrupt. Questions Andrew asks: 1) What does PeekYou do? 2) What’s different about a web indexed around people rather than today’s Web or yesterday’s Web? 3) So it’s a more effective or more sophisticated Google search? 4) How does your platform fit into the … Continue reading
Last night, our team celebrated the ascension of PeekYou into the ranks of the top-500 US websites (according to Quantcast.com). Many fellow startup entrepreneurs, partners, advisors, investors and members of the press turned out for the event. The most common and gratifying compliment I heard from the attendees was in reference to just how nice … Continue reading
Our office is in an old fashion district building at the edge of Hell’s Kitchen (West 37th St). In the back of our building, a fire escape opens up to what has to be a uniquely New York City vista. This photo was taken on the 6th floor, between 37th and 38th St, looking from … Continue reading
Is there a website he hasn’t joined? Look at this.
Early this morning (after a couple of all-nighters), we launched the latest PeekYou product – a Google search that displays the owners of the websites directly next to the search results (or the people referenced within them). The search results are generated with Google’s Custom Search engine — so you get the same exact results … Continue reading
PeekYou Emerges From Stealth Mode With 50 Million Profiles in Beta, Providing Easy and Efficient People Search Capabilities Tuesday July 17, 12:54 pm ET RateMyTeachers.com Founder Seeks to Meet Growing Demand for Online People Search Via Yahoo: NEW YORK, July 17 /PRNewswire/ — PeekYou.com (www.peekyou.com), an innovative search engine dedicated to finding people online, announced … Continue reading
Interviewed on BBC today regarding RateMyTeachers in the UK. Listen here (Real Player required)