Domain name MEET.ME was the highest profiled and most expensive dot me (.ME) domain ever sold. It was announced in early November of last year that the jointly owned domain by Rick Schwartz, Mike Berkens and Ammar Kubba was sold for a whopping $450K in an all-cash deal… But the real buyer of this short and catchy domain hack was never identified or confirmed publicly… Until now.
We’ve been able to piece together all of the pieces of the puzzle and provide you with a quick breakdown of what happened in this past 6 – 12 month’s and what is still to come for the newly unveiled MeetMe brand created by the merger of Quepasa and myYearbook.
Quepasa + myYearbook = MeetMe
The new website at Meet.Me was launched and officially made available a month ago. It was then announced in a press release that publicly traded Quepasa (NYSE Amex: QPSA), a market leader for social discovery and owner of North-American platform myYearbook and Latin-American platform Quepasa (often called the Facebook of Latino’s) that the parent company and it’s affiliated brands are being consolidated and re-branded under a single umbrella with a new name: MeetMe.