KillerStartups – College Blogs

TheCollegeBlogNetwork.comThe College Blog Network links college student and faculty bloggers across the US by providing an exclusive discussion platform that requires a valid .edu email address to register.

While anyone can browse the site, only college students and faculty can add their blog (if they have one), rate blogs, and comment on other blogs. Users are able to find blogs by author type, school, category, and popularity. In next couple of weeks, TCBN will be adding more schools to the network, individual blog post aggregation, and multimedia content sharing. It doesn’t matter if you publish your own blog or you’re just an avid blog reader. You’ve just got to be a college student with a valid .edu email address. In Their Own Words

“Welcome to the revamped version of The College Blog Network. Over the past couple of months, we’ve been hard at work adding a ton of new features. Registration is now open! Visit your school’s page to register and start participating in the web’s first college-only blog network. If your school isn’t listed, it’s easy to request that it be added—simply fill out the form to the right.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

TCBN is not a social network, but a blog network that makes it easier for college students to find bloggers at their school and at colleges nationwide. Sites such as Technorati and Digg have becoming cluttered with ads, unrelated content, and spam. Among the hundreds of millions of blogs on the internet, it’s become difficult to locate college student and professor bloggers. TCBN capitalizes on the need for a no-mess blog aggregator exclusively for the college community.

Some Questions About

How will the site advertise itself? Will this site attract the masses?

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