By Sandy Kemsley
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Interesting: the “consumers” of the site are intended to be people thinking of moving to a particular street, while the “producers” are those who already live there. I can easily see why the consumers would go there, if it gets enough publicity in resources they use such as rental-listings websites. But first the producers have to do their job, as you mention. That might be difficult since each city or town needs to be bootstrapped independently. Perhaps the site will do well in some places and not others, but in this case that would be tolerable since the consumers are clustered by city/town. So I think of this site as really a collection of city- or town-specific sites.
There’s so little on there now for downtown Toronto that it’s hard to tell if it’s going to catch on in our little town 🙂 If neighbourhood associations got into this, it might be interesting.
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