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How do I access my yearbook pages in StudioBalfour?

Launch right into your yearbook pages from StudioBalfour. | LinkedIn | 653 followers on LinkedIn. In November 2011, myYearbook merged with Quepasa Corporation (NYSE AMEX: QPSA), owner of popular Latino social network In June 2005, Quepasa Corporation rebranded the company to MeetMe®, Inc. and began trading under the new ticker MEET (NYSE MKT: MEET). Additionally, the company rebranded myYearbook to MeetMe across platforms.

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How myYearbook Works | HowStuffWorks

In 2005, two high school students set out to create an online social networking site for students like themselves. Is it popular? You can bet your Lunch Money on it.

myYearbook’s Chatter Driving 1 Million Updates A Day, 1 Billion …

Many people have never heard of myYearbook, a social network that skews pretty young (half of its members are teenagers). But it’s got a substantial audience, with around 55.7 million visits and 4.3 million uniques a month, according to comScore. And recently, it’s been growing very quickly — according to comScore, unique visits are up 23% since last November, and page views are up a whopping 83% over the same time frame, to 998 million. Earlier this week, I sat down with CEO Geoff Cook to talk about what’s driving the growth. The key, Cook says, is a feature that launched in November called Chatter (which has no relation to the Salesforce feature by the same name). Chatter is a lot like Facebook’s News Feed — it’s a stream of content recently posted by other users on the network.

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Don’t have a confirmation number? You can search with your email address if you first open your school’s order site. Click “Look Up School” below. On the …

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