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How nextdoor.co.uk got it wrong.
#1
They paid £10 million for Streetlife but nobody wants to join them.

Quote:It was meant to be a neighbourly get-together - but the takeover of the UK's Streetlife website by America's Nextdoor has left many British users deeply unhappy with the new arrangements

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-38920906
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(16-Feb-2017, 09:15 PM)admin Wrote: They paid £10 million for Streetlife but nobody wants to join them.

Quote:It was meant to be a neighbourly get-together - but the takeover of the UK's Streetlife website by America's Nextdoor has left many British users deeply unhappy with the new arrangements

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-38920906
The problem as I see it is that any social media website can start with any vetting beforehand
djh
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#3
We can access a "Nextdoor" website that just covers our immediate neighborhood. It's not very well supported, having less than 150 members. I access it regularly when a notification of new posts appears in my e-mail, but it's not particularly useful to me.


Frank D
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#4
I haven't a clue what either of them is. Something's passing me by

having checked the link posted, I think it's totally wrong giving out so much private persona; detail such as addresses?
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#5
Streetlife was great. I could reach the whole of the borough and then they sold out to nextdoor and I am now restricted to a small local area. It's more like neighbourhood watch now.
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