Leaf Group Raises $23.3M In Stock Offering

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Santa Monica-based Leaf Group , which runs such businesses as Saatchi Art, Society6, EHow, and Livestrong, has raised $23.3M The company, which trades publicly on the NYSE on LFGR, said the funding will go towards working capital and general corporate purposes, and possibly may also be used to acquire or invest in complementary businesses, products and technologies. leaf group demand media saatch ehow demandmedia livestrong public offering financing

Leaf Group Seeks To Raise $22M For Acquisition, Other Efforts

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Santa Monica-based Leaf Group , the publicly traded consumer Internet company best known for running such sites as Saatchi Art, Society6, EHow, and Livestrong, said it is looking to offer and sell approximately $22M in shares of its common stock. The company--which trades on the NYSE as LFGR--said the funds would go to working capital and general corporate purposes, plus to acquire or invest in complementary businesses, products and technologies.

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Catching Up With Joanne Bradford, Demand Media

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eHow Spark! eHow is still our largest customers, Livestrong is still an important customer. Joanne Bradford: We have three YouTube channels, Pets, eHow, and Livestrong Women.

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Ten Of The Top Tech Companies For Employees In LA

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company operates a number of content-focused sites, including LIVESTRONG, eHOW, Cracked, and a domain name registration business, eNOM. NastyGal -- which was just about unheard of a year ago -- has rocketed to a over $100M business, driven by women's clothing, shoes, and other products.

How to Save MySpace

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Think eHOW or About. New Product Releases Every Month & a Rock Star Product Evangelist. The MySpace product management and dev team, need to bite of smaller projects, get them out more quickly, and make sure they are exposed to everyone visiting the site.

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Making Money on YouTube | Audience First, Cash Second

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Their YouTube channel has many product tutorials , but they want to expand the dialogue to add value to customers day to day lives by covering culture, politics and lifestyle. For Orabrush, it all started with an eHow video about “How to Tell if You Have Bad Breath”.

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Interview with Milo Sindell, Knowledge Genie

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So far in alpha testing over the last number of weeks, we've had people create companions to books, someone building out a surf report Genie, and other things like a manicure Genie, which guides a primarily female audience through the process and products for a lasting manicure. It is differentiated from a Squidoo, eHow, blogs, or Google Knol in that it has a greater depth of information, and provides deeper information to the user.

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