Several months ago Bloggerwave was sold, I don’t like it when small companies I am involved with are sold because it normally means the company will be scrapped and shut down. An email was sent to all members promising that this was not the case and that Bloggerwave would be bigger and better than ever. …

Bloggerwave Might Have Bitten The Dust

Several months ago Bloggerwave was sold, I don’t like it when small companies I am involved with are sold because it normally means the company will be scrapped and shut down. An email was sent to all members promising that this was not the case and that Bloggerwave would be bigger and better than ever.

It took about a week for the new owner to go back on his promise.

The site was taken down and the url now directs to a dating site called MillionaireMatch.com. I have emailed Ulrik Svane Thomsen, who was in charge of Bloggerwave, as his name still attached to the domain if you search the whois information of the domain.

I didn’t make a lot of money with them but I am rather said to see that they might have bitten the dust as there are worse networks still running.

Does anybody have any more information about this?

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12 comments

  1. That’s the problems with small internet based businesses. If they get sold, its difficult to know whether they will continue with the same business model or just shut shop.

  2. It’s unfortunate that the new owners would go back on their word like that after sending the press release too. I always hate to see a small enterprise bite the dust, be it online or in the real world.

  3. Not very respectable on the part of the new owners to recede on their promise like this. I feel bad for Bloggerwave but sadly, this is the kind of thing that happens ever so often to the smaller players before they get a chance to be bigger sometimes.

    • It wasn’t very respectable, as I said earlier I am one of the lucky few who did not rely on them for the majority of my income. Sadly there were quite a few bloggers who did.

  4. I just tried googling Bloggerwave, as I have covered it previously (am a Danish tech reporter) but ended at a dating-site:-) However, I would be thankful if you could mail me the message you got about the sale and the no consequences.
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