We’ve been blogged about some 1200 times, had over 5000 community signups, and now broke the one million page view mark. Our community has been overwhelming in their support and loyalty and we’ve reached this milestone because of them.
Calgary, AB (PRWEB) August 17, 2006
Cambrian House Inc., a Calgary-based software company with a unique crowdsourcing business model, recently broke 1,000,000 page views. The company’s site, CambrianHouse.com, launched June 27, 2006, broke Alexa’s 100 top reached websites in Canada within 2 weeks and with the same determination and drive, reached another huge milestone.
“The huge response we’ve received from the online community is unfathomable,” says Cambrian House CEO Michael J. Sikorksy. “We’ve been blogged about some 1200 times, had over 5000 community signups, and now broke the one million page view mark. Our community has been overwhelming in their support and loyalty and we’ve reached this milestone because of them.”
Cambrian House’s exposure is not without substance. The company’s crowdsourced business model, emphasizing the wisdom of the crowds and tapping into the infinite skill and talent of people online, has captured the collective online imagination and found its way into social consciousness. The company has been a media darling since their launch. Blog heavyweights including Release 1.0, Innovation Zen, Push.Cx, OpenBusiness, Evhead, gapingvoid and Mashable as well as news outlets such as CBC, CNET, The Financial Post, The Globe and Mail and BusinessWeek have been captured by Cambrian House’s unique business model.
“It’s clear we’re riding a wave of social consciousness, and rightly so,” Sikorsky remarks. “We’re giving people a place and space to be creative and passionate, and get paid for it.”
A listing of Cambrian House’s media appearances can be found on their press page: http://www.cambrianhouse.com/press-releases/
About Cambrian House
Headquartered in Calgary, Canada - Cambrian House opened its doors on February 1, 2006. Using the internet to harness the wisdom and participation of crowds, Cambrian House seizes creative software ideas from the ether and builds them into real software. With the use of online market testing, Cambrian House then objectively determines if an idea should be built or be terminated at conception.
Visit http://www.cambrianhouse.com for more information.
If you require additional information or have any questions or concerns, please contact:
Michael J. Sikorsky, CEO