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I hear UK startup Webjam is bringing in some deals. Yamaha music group is using the web community platform to spearhead grassroot music eduation. And the UK Conservative Party think tank CPS is using it to launch an e-democraty initiative. (Oh, and and UK university student newspaper Sanctuary is using it). I also gather they are getting an increasing amount of traffic from the US. The recent change in direction for Webjam seems to be working.

  • http://www.webjam.com Yann Motte

    Thank you Mike to highlight our progress indeed. As reported a bit earlier on http://www.webjam.com/ym/eyeswideopen we are indeed gaining a lot of momentum with some of our key metrics, now growing by 10% a week.

    For those of you in London tonight Friday March 28th, you can still come to the Minibar, with whom we are also working -see details on http://www.webjam.com/minibar- to understand how we are spearheading the transition from social networking to social publishing. This vision, combined with all the fantastic communities with a purpose who are already using Webjam, certainly played a role in us being selected for the Red Herring 100 Europe as you reported earlier.

    Finally if you miss that event, make sure you come to our next Webjam session by joining our community on http://www.webjam.com/webjamevents/webjamsessions/

    Yann Motte, co-founder & CEO

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