We'd love to find a great partner that can take the platform and breath new life into the service.
Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) March 21, 2012
Two years after acquiring TwitJump, its owners have decided to shut it down and put its assets up for sale.
“TwitJump was a great service to help people grow their businesses through Twitter,” said Brock Blake, co-owner of TwitJump. “But over the last couple years, we realized it didn’t quite fit our overall business model. Because of that, we unfortunately haven’t continued to invest the resources needed to make it a great service.”
Over the last couple years, TwitJump has helped thousands of users send millions of Tweets and build their Twitter profile.
In January, 2010, Woodside Capital Partners predicted on TechCrunch that TwitJump would be acquired by Twitter or another startup. TwitJump helped businesses manage multiple Twitter accounts, perform customized searches on Twitter, set up email alerts for search terms, schedule Tweets, and filter spam from Twitter.
“I still think there’s a lot of potential for TwitJump,” Blake said. “We’re focused on helping companies get capital and we’re just not the right fit to make TwitJump successful. However, we’d love to find a great partner that can take the platform and breath new life into the service.”
Parties interested in partnering with or acquiring TwitJump or its assets, contact Brock Blake at bblake(at)fundinguniverse(dot)com.