Wednesday, 4 May 2016

What is MyBlogLog Service?

MyBlogLog Service is basically a social network platform for the blogger community. It can be said as a blogging network to which users can subscribe. After subscription user can get a blog community to which other registered users can subscribe. With these communities it provides a great medium for reading the necessary and useful information.  Bloggers can sign up for free accounts on MyBlogLog and after login they can include one or more blogs that they have authored to a blog community. MyBlogLog is an online community that enables future reading and sharing. Users can also bookmark contents for further reading.

MyBlogLog Service with yahoo

            MyBlogLog was acquired by Yahoo. It was acquired in January, 2007 by Yahoo. At the time of acquiring it had over 45,000 blogs subscribed. Been acquired in about $10 million yahoo was looking forward to work on it.  In 2008, MyBlogLog averaged approximately 22 million visits to pages with MyBlogLog widgets each day. It was also a day when it had over 275,000 registered members.  

               With this people were looking for another redesign in the service. Yahoo also worked over this service they provided advanced and more enhanced service with their platform. The design of MyBlogLog with yahoo was nice. With interactive implementation in the widget it provided new features and updated design.

              With the acquirement of yahoo with MyBlogLog now user got a service with which members can install widgets on their blog with which they can get details of the latest viewers, including name and avatar etc. This service was helping them a lot but suddenly On February 24, 2011 Yahoo announced the MyBlogLog service would be terminated soon after few months it stopped.

                It was because they never took their model to the next level. They focus less on the design and the service got stuck and it stopped after few months of successful running. Even though it is terminated user still wait for such services to launch again. 


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