Meet Me (formerly my Yearbook) is a social networking service founded in 2005.In 2011, my Yearbook merged with Quepasa Corporation (QPSA: NYSE Amex).Many of these features revolve around answering or asking questions to find new people whom you may like.
my Yearbook, now called Meet Me, is an online social network created by who wanted to take the idea of a classic yearbook to an online version.
It is now available for anyone to use worldwide and has about 20 million active users as of 2015.
Meet Me was initially founded under the name my Yearbook by two high school students, Dave and Catherine Cook, and their older brother Geoff, during Spring Break of 2005.
Following humble beginnings at the suburban New Jersey high school they attended, my Yearbook partnered with game developer Arkadium to bring Flash based games and a virtual currency, called Lunch Money, to the site.
This is the tagline for the social network, my Yearbook.
My Yearbook is the #1 teen site most parents have never heard of. My Yearbook can best be described as social network meets online dating.
This is not a network to keep in touch with old friends and family.
My Yearbook brings members together through features including: Match, Blind Dates, Owned, Ask Me, Games, Battle, and Quiz.
After that, there was no stopping the site's momentum.
An entire virtual economy developed from the Lunch Money currency, including the ability for members to donate to their favorite charity using the Causes application.
Continue Reading Meet Me features flash based games through which members can earn "Lunch Money," Meet Me's virtual currency.