Wis.dm, the site that lets people ask questions, voice opinions, discuss topics and issues, and seek guidance from peers, has raised $5 million.
In June, we called it the latest “me too” company, because there are multiple companies doing similar things, including Megabuzz, Avanoo and others. Like these others, Wis.dm says it lets users tap into the “wisdom of crowds.”
North Bridge Venture Partners is an investor in the Cambridge, Mass. company. Wis.dm was founded by Martin Clifford, who previously sold uDate to Interactive Corp. for $150M. The funding was mentioned in a Time story back in June, but only now only being picked up by others.