Where I've Been
|Headquarters||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Founder(s)||Craig Ulliott, Michael Dalesandro|
|Slogan(s)||Find, Travel, Share|
The Where I've Been map was created as a Facebook application by freelance developer Craig Ulliott in 2007. By June of that year his map had over 400,000 users. In August, it was rumored that the application had been purchased by travel review site TripAdvisor for $3 million, which proved untrue. The application expanded to MySpace that September.
In April 2009, operating with more than 800,000 active monthly users, Where I've Been re-launched with a live site, new functionality focusing on local search, user-generated content, social networking and travel booking, as well as a new map using the Flash platform.
In December 2013, the website announced it was closed and redirected to TripAdvisor.
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