Dot Com Boom: Where Are They Now?

Back in the late 1990’s, there was a much pretty significant dot com boom that took place, spawning all sorts of early business that would be later known as Web 1.0.   In the decade since, a lot has changed and many of the dominant online businesses are no more.   If you’re wondering who has survived and who hasn’t, Webware has compiled a list of the Dot Com Pioneers and looks at where they are now.

There are some success stories on the list, such as Amazon.com, About.com, and even Monster.com.  There are other companies on the list that are still around, but are no longer as relevant as they used to be, and you’ll also find several companies that no longer exist.

Click over to check out where are they now!

  • Nice list – But what about GEOCITIES!? I always thought they were a big web pioneer.

  • Kyle Eslick

    @ Bush – Great point! I was actually thinking about Geocities the other day for some reason, though I can’t remember what made me think of them. I think they should have found a spot on Webware’s list.

  • I remember using GeoCities as well as Xoom or something like that. The Internet was pretty cool back then. Granted, it’s better now, but still a blast in the mid to late 90’s.

  • Mike

    Yeah, the 90’s were great. I had a little bit of a retro post on my blog about that recently.

    I was able to recently login to my old geocities account, after like 10 years its still active.