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own sites. For eighteen months, Switzer paid programmers to develop wizards, templates, and other simple tools for planning reunions. He used his own money to help dozens of reunion organizers develop their own sites at no charge. Then, this past January, ClassCreator.com launched a billing system, charging a maximum of $9 per month to reunion site administrators. Other class members pay nothing--and by September, more than 600,000 had signed up. With revenues of $40,000-$50,000 per month, the company now has seven full-time and two part-time employees. Switzer--who studied communications, not programming, at EMU--attributes the site's success to ease of use. He says reunion organizers can have a site up and running in half an hour, and many users are in their seventies.    (end of article)

[Originally published in November, 2009.]

 

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