April 15, 2009
We’re one of five sites selected in the Social Networking category.
March 30, 2009
Daily Grommet, a website for parents that highlights one site per day, chose Unigo as today’s site! “Unigo is one of those hit-yourself-on-the-head-why-didn’t-I-think-of-that brilliant concepts,” writes Grommet contributor Emily Lapkin.
To watch Daily Grommet’s video review, go here.
March 5, 2009
Unigo’s founder, Jordan Goldman, explains how he obtained startup capital on CNN Money: “It’s not really an option,” he says, “to give up.” To see the video, go here.
February 23, 2009
Pop17, “a two-to-three minute daily exploration to track, analyze and understand the new cultural phenomenon of online micro-celebrity,” visited the Unigo office. To watch Sarah Austin’s interview with Jordan Goldman, go here.
February 19, 2009
Walt Mossberg — The Wall Street Journal‘s tech columnist — reviewed Unigo in an article and accompanying video today. The gist:
I’ve been testing Unigo, and I like it. In the sampling of college profiles I read, the site seems to have struck a good balance between the immediacy and candor of student submissions, and the professionalism needed to weed out wildly biased or inaccurate claims.
To see Mossberg’s video review, go here.
February 11, 2009
Mark Montgomery, an independent college counselor and blogger, writes of Unigo:
The folks over at Unigo have been writing about the college dating. I should have read this stuff decades ago…might have improved my social life in college.
Check out Montgomery’s full post on the Carnival of College Admissions here.