Wikispaces

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Wikispaces
Type Private
Founded 2005
Headquarters San Francisco, United States
Key people James Byers, Adam Frey (co-founders)
Industry Dot-com
Products Wiki hosting
Employees 8
Website wikispaces.com

Wikispaces is a hosting service (sometimes called a wiki farm) based in San Francisco, California. Launched in March 2005, Wikispaces is owned by Tangient LLC and is among the largest wiki hosts, competing with PBworks, Wetpaint, and Google Sites (formerly JotSpot).[1]

Private wikis with advanced features for businesses, non-profits and educators are available for an annual fee. As of March 2008, they had more than 920,000 registered members and hosted more than 390,000 wikis.[2] By March 2009, that number had increased to over 2.2 million registered members and more than 900,000 wikis.[3] Wikispaces has also given away more than 100,000 premium wikis to K-12 educators.[4]

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  1. Veni, Vidi, Wiki" Wired (2006)
  2. "Wikispaces Turns Three". blog.wikispaces.com. March 1st, 2008. http://blog.wikispaces.com/2008/03/wikispaces-turns-three.html. 
  3. "Wikispaces Birthday Week: Site Statistics". blog.wikispaces.com. March 18th, 2009. http://blog.wikispaces.com/2009/03/wikispaces-birthday-site-statistics.html. 
  4. "A quarter million teachers to get free wikis" CNET (2008)

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