I’ve often wondered when can finish a blog, when a blogger after years of posts and friendships established online decides to quit, leave the blogosphere, and start to be a simple user on the network. In recent years I have seen many blogs that are born and dead in a short, but never overdone, always personal blog blog who had simply exhausted their purpose.
The Silicon Valley Moms blog is a weblog historian, born in 2006 in California, founded among others by Jill Asher, with thousands of active post written by hundreds of employees. Opened branch offices in many other cities in the United States, there is the NYcity Moms blog, Chicago Moms blog etc. etc. I mean a real network of mom bloggers that are told from every corner of the United States.
The business of mom bloggers overseas makes sense, but in the case of SVMoms blog isn’t enough, despite the following 4 years, which he conquered in and authority in the blogosphere is the equivalent of a geological era, the Silicon Valley Moms blog has decided to close its doors at the end of July.
‘The business no longer holds, the network of 13 affiliate blog it is difficult to maintain and does not make it’, said the Group’s founder Altaf Asher coover the past 9 months we have analysed how best to rationalize the business. We concluded that, considering the Group of 400 authors, customers and advertisers, the business is no longer sustainable without financial support.
The approximately 22000 posts in these 4 years will remain available online.
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