Last week, the Meebo team confirmed that it has entered into an agreement to be acquired by Google, with the price unmentioned of the deal, which AllThingsD in its earlier reports states that the deal would be of around $100 million. Meebo which been helping publishers from past seven years was first launched as a Web-based instant message client (called as Meebo Messenger) followed by Meebo Bar for publishers to add a persistent social sharing and advertising overlay on their sites. Since, now it is a Google entity, so it must get the classic Google touch. What new after the deal is Meebo shutting down four of its services: Meebo Messenger, Sharing on Meebo, Meebo Me and All Meebo Mobile Apps.
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