BlogCarnival.com Relaunches Under New Ownership

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The original and leading site for blog carnivals has been rebuilt and redesigned by a longtime user and fan to support and encourage even more bloggers to keep blogging.

The New BlogCarnival.com

Over the last 7 years, BlogCarnival.com has helped over 100,000 bloggers. Specifically 85,000+ bloggers have submitted to over 15,000+ unique blog carnivals.

BlogCarnival.com, the original and leading site for blog communities publishing magazines has been redesigned and relaunched by a new owner, Kenney Myers of Houston, Texas a blogger that owns and operates a portfolio of consumer interest blogs and a longtime user and fan of BlogCarnival.com.

“Over the last 7 years, BlogCarnival.com has helped over 100,000 bloggers. Specifically 85,000+ bloggers have submitted to over 15,000+ unique blog carnivals. With our redesign and enhanced security we provide an even more moderated user experience and I’m confident that BlogCarnival.com will continue to be the leader in the blog community publishing arena,” said Myers.

If you aren’t familiar with them, blog carnivals are a collection of related links pointing to various external blog posts all centered on a specific topic. Like magazines, they come in edited editions and are published on a weekly, monthly, or quarterly basis all at the discretion of the carnival host. Blog carnivals help bloggers promote their blogs, increase their blog traffic, and get their blogs in front of readers who otherwise may not see them. Like other types of carnivals, blog carnivals can and do move around the blogosphere in many cases having dozens of different carnival hosts, hence the name blog carnival. BlogCarnival.com is really the only site dedicated to helping bloggers follow the carnivals from host site to host site.

BlogCarnvial.com also provides bloggers with an easy way to find, track, evaluate, and organize related content from around the blogosphere. Through BlogCarnival.com, bloggers can contribute to existing carnivals or host their own and accept submissions. BlogCarnival.com always has been and will remain a free service that is available to bloggers around the World.

To learn more about blog carnivals and to participate in one, visit http://www.blogcarnival.com.

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