Mark Cuban and Jonathan Kraft Invests In

CitySquares is a hyper-local search engine that focuses on East coast states.  Mark Cuban (HDNet/Dallas Mavericks owner/ founder) and Jonathan Kraft (The Kraft Group President) have both made an investment in CitySquare.  Below are some CitySquare stats:

– Plans for 16 million business listings by next year
– Currently has 1.5 million business listings
– 1 million monthly unique visitors in September 2008 (Quantcast)

CitySquare will be using the funding to prepare for their national roll-out next month.  CitySquares launched in Boston around 2005.  CitySquares was founded by Ben Saren and Ben Leland.

“We recognize the value of local search and see CitySquares as a dynamic player in that space,” stated Cuban.

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Mark Cuban and Jonathan Kraft Invests In Comments

  1. Chad says:

    This site is very similar to Keep your eye on this one cause we are doing another major revamping of the site.

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  2. Chad says:

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  3. Warren James says:

    Yes, from what I can see it has a similar sort of platform look and feel. Oddpath with its current database has the ability to expand pretty quickly. I wonder what Cuban is going to do as he has his hands full I am sure.

    Maybe Mark Cuban can come to and tell the Traders at TraderColony, the Trader Forum that people talk about Money and stock about some good things about different companies.

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