Reframe It, Inc. Raises Multi-Million Dollar Round to Fund Company Growth and Expansion

Jan 12, 2010, 09:00 ET from Reframe It, Inc.

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Reframe It, Inc., a leading provider of web technology services for annotating and building community around online content, today announced that the company has successfully closed a multi-million dollar financing round. Investors include the Sacramento Angels, the Sierra Angels, the North Bay Angels, the Silicon Valley Angels, Esther Dyson, Mark Walsh, John Schairer, Allen Miner and Daniel Zumino (Sierra Angel and Sacramento Angels led the round).

"We are pleased with the level of interest in the round, particularly given the current economic environment. We believe we now offer the most robust discussion tool on the market, as indicated by Mozilla's quick recommendation of our V2 version.  We look forward to continuing to innovate our cutting edge technology in the consumer and enterprise markets," said Bobby Fishkin, founder and CEO of Reframe It.

The company recently released its' V2 version which offers a more robust platform for commenting anywhere on the web, publicly or privately, individually, or as a group.  Reframe It's V2 is now fully compatible with Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Internet Explorer.

In addition, Mark Walsh, former CEO of VerticalNet, and former CTO of the Democratic National Committee has joined Esther Dyson, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Howard Rheingold and others on Reframe It's advisory board.

About Reframe It, Inc.

Reframe It is the social network in the margin of the internet. Our technology is the fabric that enables our users to comment on any online content, and to share those comments, with or without permission of the website, across sites with friends and colleagues via Twitter, Facebook, other social media sites, and by email. Reframe It offers publishers a branded community that allows websites to enable web annotation integrated into the site. Comments can be private, public, or visible only to certain groups, and users can see those comments in context as they browse the Web.  San Francisco, California based Reframe It, Inc. is privately held and can be found online at

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