Dream Seeker History

  • June 2010 - All regions transferred to a corporate avatar Lessor DreamSeeker.  Staff authorized to conduct all tasks including ordering new regions.
  • May 2010 - Dream Seeker hires Chief Business Development Officer.  The primary focus will be to build and maintain contacts with current and new customers and to develop stronger customer relations.  The secondary focus will be to seek and develop new business opportunities through targeted events and strategic marketing programs.
  • May 2010 - Dream Seeker incorporates under the corporate name of Dream Seeker Estates Corporation.
  • May 2010 - Dream Seeker Estates acquires 118 regions of the Aloha estate expanding the total estate size to over 400 regions and reaching the growth target for the year 2010 almost 8 months ahead of target.
  • April 2010 - Dream Seeker Estates acquires Sonata estate (7 full prim, 3 homestead regions).
  • April 2010 - Dream Seeker Estates acquires NinjaLand estates (5 full prim, 21 homestead regions).  Support team expands to 5 dedicated staff.
  • February 2010 - Dream Seeker Estates opens new continent.
  • January 2010 - Dream Seeker Estates sponsors Haiti relief fundraiser, donating the estate club for 2 weeks to hold events and pledging to match donations dollar for dollar.
  • January 2010 - Dream Seeker Estates launches a Channel Partner Program
  • December 2009 - Dream Seeker Estates reaches the size of 100 Full Prim region equivalents (with 3 homestead region counting as 1 Full Prim region equivalent)
  • October 2009 - Dream Starter brand launched.
  • October 2009 - Dream Seeker donates the full prim sim in support of the 2009 Second Life Veterans Tribute
  • June 2009 - Dream Seeker participates in the 2009 Second Life Land Expo, launches its new brand image and begins an aggressive marketing campaign, expecting to re-instate all previously abandoned sims by end of the month.
  • June 2009 - Dream Seeker starts Google advertising campaign.  Begins distributing MSS Radar as a free gift as an in-world advertising campaign.
  • June 2009 - Linden Labs announces grandfathering of homestead sims tier.  Dream Seeker begins re-instating regions abandoned in late 2008.
  • May 2009 - Dream Seeker begins functional cross-training of key staff to ensure staffing redundancy.
  • May 2009 - Dream Seeker hires additional 2 support and 2 sales staff members.  Organization now has 9 employees including 3 support, 5 sales, 1 development staff.
  • April 2009 - Linden Labs makes announcement concerning Adult Content.  Dream Seeker Estates announces plan to accommodate residents with Adult Content and opens first Adult Content region.
  • April 2009 - Dream Seeker hires a new Sales Manager and formalizes Sales, Support and Development as three distinct departments along with formalized and documented supporting processes and with managers reporting directly to the Estate Owner.
  • March 2009 - Dream Seeker opens its new support website and starts tracking and measuring support levels provided to customers.
  • March 2009 - 18 month successful partnership with Sonata Estates ends to allow Dream Seeker greater flexibility in use of emerging technologies and more competitive marketing strategies.  General Manager resigns.
  • February 2009 - Dream Seeker wins civil court case in the Superior Court of Vermont against the owner of ATown Fall and TCH Enterprises for fraudulent transaction involving sale of sims to Dream Seeker Estates.
  • December 2008 - Dream Seeker starts accepting tier payments by FirstMeta MetaCard credit card.
  • October 2008 - Linden Labs announces Openspace (now Homestead sim) tier increase by 27% per month and setup fee increase of 50%.  Dream Seeker Estate announces 25% tier increase for the same sims.  Demand for homestead sims drops across the grid.  Within months several estates are out of business.  Dream Seeker abandons vacated sims and converts to full prim sims to adapt to changing market demand.
  • September 2008 - Dream Seeker hires a Support Manager, begins acquisitions of smaller estates and reaches the size of over 200 sims.
  • June 2008 - Dream Seeker hires a Development Manager and launches its Internet website.
  • April 2008 - Linden Labs lowers setup fee on openspace sims by 60% resulting in increase in demand for these sims.  Dream Seeker begins selling stand-alone openspace sims.
  • October 2007 - Dream Seeker establishes business partnership with Sonata Estates and joins marketing and sales to provide wider range of options to customers.
  • September 2007 - Dream Seeker begins expanding and adding new regions.
  • August 2007 - In-world land prices fall below wholesale purchase cost.
  • July 2007 - Dream Seeker Estates hires a General Manager.
  • June 2007 - Dream Seeker Estates formed.  Size of organization: 1 staff, 1 region.
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