From a technical point of view, bloggers can implement this service just by adding a short code snippet to their blogs. This will generate an interface letting visitors connect among themselves well outside the comments they can leave on any post.
And bloggers aren’t charged anything. They won’t have to pay a cent to have a BlogFrog-networked blog. The company generates an income via the ads it features when BlogFrog content is displayed on participating blogs.
BlogFrog has built its entire network from a seed fund of $900,000, and it’s already servicing over 60,000 registered blogs from across 10,000 active communities. Most of the blogs it powers are the kind featuring content that caters for women, as they are more likely to strike up conversation with strangers.
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