November 20, 2008 in Announcements (E)
[prMac.com] Aarhus, Denmark - My Apple Space is excited to announce "The New Blog" on the popular social networking website for Apple enthusiasts. On My Apple Space developers are meeting reviewers and customers, media is finding new readers, gamers are setting up tournaments and switchers are finding new Apple friends to help them make the important leap to the fantastic world of Apple. WIth "The New Blog" the reader can also become the writer. The perfect place to test your blogging talent.
My Apple Space gathers every members blog posts into one collective RSS feed and presents them into one collective blog. Clicking a headline will take you directly to the writers own blog on their profile page. This gives The New Blog as many writers as there are members on My Apple Space. It also gives the blogger the best from two worlds while both being part of a big and active blog from day one, but at the same time the articles still point to the writers own blog on their Home page. This means that you can still build up a base of regular readers who can subscribe to your blog on your Home page.
"Have you ever been to a blog with that many writers?" asks the founder Brian Floe "it's the perfect place for the upcomming blogger to test their talent, because they can take a day off without the collective blog comming to a halt."
In "The New Blog", the reader becomes the writer and so the blog gets its name after the concept of new blogs appearing within the collective blog - with each new blogger being born on My Apple Space. The community have already begun publishing articles on My Apple Space, offering the common mans perspective. It's citizen journalism with a focus on anything Apple. My Apple Space is very excited about offering this opportunity to the community
Anyone can sign up and start bloggin in a matter of minutes and all Apple users are welcome, from iPhone users, to iPod and Mac users. On My Apple Space the future belongs to the bloggers, and Apple users from all over the world are signing up every day.
Located in beautiful Aarhus, Denmark, My Apple Space was founded by Brian Floe in 2008. My Apple Space is aimed at providing Apple users around the globe a place to connect, cultivate relationships and build a strong community. Copyright 2008 My Apple Space. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.