MemeBridge Acquires LifeGuides As Part of Acceleration Strategy

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MemeBridge, a leading online publisher, has acquired LifeGuides, a quality source of web-based self-help information.

The depth of information provided in each LifeGuide article made our decision to acquire LifeGuides an easy one. -- Will Spencer, MemeBridge CEO

MemeBridge, a leading online publisher of self-help information, has acquired LifeGuides (, a quality source of self-help information on the web.

LifeGuides is a series of guides to help people improve their lives by gaining skills, saving money, and making good decisions. The guides at LifeGuides are far deeper and more extensive than those published by the competitors in their market space.

Will Spencer, the CEO of MemeBridge, explains the acquisition decision, "We normally build web publications from the ground up, but are engaging in targeted acquisitions of high-quality web sites in order to accelerate the growth of our portfolio. We chose LifeGuides because the depth of their content makes it a valuable long-term addition to our portfolio."

The deal now moves to the technical integration stage, where the MemeBridge technical team will merge the new publication into the organizations hosting, content management, and ad serving systems.

Corporate Summary

MemeBridge is a company with a mission: Spread Good Ideas. A meme is the smallest unit of thought and the job of MemeBridge is to help good memes overcome obstacles. MemeBridge has extensive experience creating and managing web publications, including the Tech-FAQ, MightyGuide, and Expat Intelligence. MemeBridge web sites serve several million visitors per month and provide information and guidance to people from all over the globe.


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