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Acquired byGoogle
Date10/2006

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Websitejot.com
Blogblog.jot.com
CategorySoftware
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TOTAL $5.2M
FUNDING TOTAL $5.2M
Series A, 8/2004
Mayfield Fund
Redpoint Ventures
$5.2M

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JotSpot

JotSpot provides structured wiki software for small to medium-sized businesses. The company was founded by two co-founders of Excite and was sold to Google in 2006.

JotSpot has been closed to new registrations since its acquisition.

On February 27th, 2008, Google relaunched JotSpot as part of the Google Apps team, renaming JotSpot to Google Sites.

Joe Kraus and Graham Spencer co-founders of Jotspot joined Google with the acquisition.

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  1. Google Acquires Wiki Collaboration Company Jotspot (techcrunch.com) [edit]
  2. Google Acquires Wiki Collaboration Company Jotspot (techcrunch.com) [edit]
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