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The announcement also stated that all user content had been deleted, but users' blog posts and images would be retrievable in downloadable format should members opt in to receive this.However, members who submitted emails still In April, 2014 Bebo founder Michael Birch took to Bebo in a tongue-in-cheek video to promote the re-launch of Bebo with the acclaimed slogan, "Probably Not for Boring People".In April 2011, Bebo added a new notification system, similar to Facebook's - a feature which had been much-requested in feedback.On January 30, 2012, access to Bebo became unavailable for 36 hours, resuming normal service during the early hours of February 1, 2012.The video informed users that the site would be taken down while the Bebo team developed the new product.Many believed that this would be normal maintenance; however, it was revealed that the site would be closed for a few months.Galloway explained the flaw, which she says she’s been privately trying to get Myspace to fix for months, on her blog.
Its popularity saw it sold to AOL for 0 million in 2008.
A Bebo spokesperson told Tech Crunch that the site was down due to "a technical clusterfuck".
Adam Levin, CEO of Bebo and Criterion Capital Partners, stated that they were trying to release some new features which caused the site to crash. The crash triggered a belief that Bebo was gone for good, so that the hashtag #bebomemories trended worldwide on Twitter.
The company announced the launch of their newest app, Blab, in early 2014 which closed in 2016.
eventually registering at least 10.7 million unique users.