The network of successful internet startups
The acquisition and potential IPO of GoNabit makes Kipp wish we’d invested in an uber successful internet startup, like those in this list.
July 6, 2011 4:56 by Eva Fernandes
When Youtube was first launched in February 2005, Kipp bets founders Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim never thought the site would be sold to Google within a year for $1.6 billion. And though the video-sharing site has subscribers and viewers as much as there are stars in the sky, the company still hasn’t found a way to make substantial money out of the site. As the pesky disposable ads that pop up on videos indicate…