BlogFrog, an instant community platform, is today launching as the largest network of mom blogs in the United States.
In a statement released by the company, there are almost 5 million mom blogs on the Internet today and that number is quickly growing. Since going live in June of 2009, the service struck a chord with women bloggers and viral growth of communities took off. In less than 18 months, BlogFrog has over 50,000 mom bloggers reaching over 5.5 million women online.
BlogFrog serves bloggers by letting them add an instant community to their blog or website, enabling readers to participate in discussions about like-minded topics.
BlogFrog powers and connects thousands of these niche communities in growing topics such as parenting, relationships, military wives, cancers survivors, eco-living, infertility, frugality, and many others. With Blogfrog Bloggers are able to:
# Build stronger connections with their readers and visitors.
# Engage with their readers by answering questions, sharing photos, posting videos and hosting live conversations.
# Drive more traffic and page views to their blog.
# Increase loyalty and repeat visits from readers.
# Earn revenue from day one, regardless of the size of their blog.
BlogFrog was founded in 2009 by Rustin Banks. Banks got the idea from his wife, a casual blogger who used her blog to keep friends updated on their growing family.