So, what you're suggesting, William, is that we all blog under YOUR
identity, on your network? Somehow I don't think that will appeal to the majority of
bloggers out there. Besides, do you know the figures involved in
becoming "the largest gathering of bloggers all over the world?" I mean the hard numbers; brand-building from scratch in a community of individualists like bloggers is a non-trivial undertaking.
Some of us in Vancouver already reach tens of thousands of people a day. An invitation to participate, unpaid, in a startup blog network on Blogspot.com is perhaps not as attractive an opportunity as you might expect.
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