|Founder(s)||Matt Mickiewicz and Mark Harbottle|
|Services||Graphic design, Website marketplace|
|Subsidiaries||99designs, Flippa, Learnable|
SitePoint's flagship website is sitepoint.com, which as of May 2009, has an Alexa ranking of 848, and a Quantcast rating of 15,145. SitePoint also operates 99designs, a crowdsourcing logo design service where, as of December 2008, over 20,000 graphic designers create designs for free and compete for prize money.
SitePoint previously operated an auction-based service for buying and selling websites on sitepoint.com, which was launched in 2005. In July 2007, TechCrunch acquired InviteShare.com through the SitePoint Marketplace. In June 2009, the SitePoint Marketplace officially moved to Flippa.com.
In July 2011, SitePoint launched its mobile web development consultancy, www.wavedigital.com.au which had previously been operating as SitePoint Solutions. Projects have included development of mobile applications for VicRoads and others.
SitePoint's first outside investment came in 2011, as they announced a $35 million investment in 99designs led by venture capital firm Accel Partners.
 Organizational culture
SitePoint offers performance bonuses and an annual trip to employees. At the end of 2006, SitePoint took its staff to a tropical island to relax.
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