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In a crowded market, Wetpaint's colors look solid

One blogger theorizes that the small wiki-building start-up could be positioning itself to take on niche social site creators like Ning.

By May 13, 2008


Wetpaint Injected brings user content to old-fashioned Web sites

Wiki services content makes readers into writers.

By May 18, 2008


Wetpaint offers up wikis for Facebook: I don't get it

Make wikis in Facebook with your friends using Wetpaint Whiteboard Wiki. But do you need to?

By October 15, 2007


Study: The biggest brands on the Web

Starbucks, Dell, and eBay are top three most branded or engaged names on the Web, says study based on how companies are using social media to grow business.

By July 20, 2009


Webware Radar: Stickam brings streaming to Java-enabled phones

Also: Picnik inks a deal with Wetpaint publishing services; Cooliris raises $15 million; and Collective Media raises $20 million in funding.

By April 13, 2009


Wetpaint adds private messaging to Wiki service

Wiki service gets private messaging for group communication and collaboration.

By April 10, 2007


Wetpaint whips up widgets for wikis

Wiki hosting provider Wetpaint is introducing a feature to let people embed widgets within their Web pages

By February 6, 2007


More cash for Facebook?

Accel Partners tells The New York Times that a fresh $480 million will go toward the creation of a late-stage venture fund. The money might be for Facebook.

By December 11, 2008


Under the Radar: Rafe wrangles start-ups

Watch a live video of Webware editor Rafe Needleman moderating the pitches of 11 social-media start-ups. Judges include Kara Swisher and Robert Scoble.

By June 3, 2008