Please, bubble, don't burst until we IPO! Please?
January 7, 2007 11:56 PM   Subscribe

Bubbleprice.com is the handy guide for Internet startup entrepreneurs to use to calculate their next investment round. If you've recently raised money for your startup, how do you plan to use it? If you're working for a startup, better hope Matt Marshall doesn't tag you with the dreaded bubble tag.
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"Peopletube.com, your community-driven, collaborative User-Driven News Site with its innovative revenue model based on Google Ads is entitled to approximately $191,880 in startup investment capital."
posted by maxwelton at 2:30 AM on January 8, 2007


"Videoooomr.com, your peer-to-peer, viral Blog Empire with its innovative revenue model based on Google Ads is entitled to approximately $191,880 in startup investment capital."
posted by IronLizard at 2:31 AM on January 8, 2007


Wow. I must have hit the jackpot, then -- mine was worth more than $5 million!
posted by litlnemo at 3:22 AM on January 8, 2007


Wheeee!
Musictube.io.us, your AJAX-driven, web 2.0 Social Search Tool with its innovative revenue model based on maximising users is entitled to approximately $5,996,250 in startup investment capital.
posted by borq at 3:57 AM on January 8, 2007


Wiki-based viral podcast aggregators appear to be the magic combination that gets no funding! I can't imagine any new podcast aggregator or directory getting funding, but apparently hot masseuses work for free. Awesome.
posted by mkb at 5:28 AM on January 8, 2007


It's as if people are so bitter about missing out on or getting burned by the stupidity in the late 90s boom that they want to make sure nobody does better than them this time around.

Matt Marshall covered venture capital for the San Jose Mercury News until he left in Sept. 2006 to launch VentureBeat as an independent company.

Thick and rich in irony.
posted by ardgedee at 5:39 AM on January 8, 2007


Payr.io.us, your genre-transcending, web 2.0 Video Sharing Network with its innovative revenue model based on maximising users is entitled to approximately $7,995,000 in startup investment capital.

Word. I look forward to my forthcoming massages.
posted by jaymzjulian at 5:19 PM on January 8, 2007


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