New York, NY, February 17, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- 21Publish, a leading provider of hosted multi-user blogging platforms, has launched a new user interface and features that make it even easier to start and build a private-labeled blog community.
In response to their users’ feedback, the new interface has been redesigned to make usage more intuitive and self-explanatory. Now it is even easier to set up and manage a blog community or to create your own layout design. In addition, the new release lets you expand your community through integrating blogs hosted through other providers. Therefore, a blog community host at 21Publish may now offer new blogs to members as well as easily and instantly integrate members’ existing blogs. Two examples of successful blog communities offering such a mixture of blogs are BlogKITE and marmaBLOGS.
21Publish is also announcing the release of a new White Paper on blog communities. This paper describes essential elements and requirements that need to flow into creating and maintaining blog communities, and highlights successful examples. Readers will also find examples of different approaches to blog communities and how different user groups, such as communities of interest, organizations or colleagues, can benefit from the use of blog communities. The white paper is available for free and can be downloaded under http://www.21publish.com/pub/21publish/blogging-whitepaper.pdf.
About 21Publish Inc.
21Publish is a turnkey software solution for creating your own private label blog service.
The 21Publish solution has fully customizable templates to support your design needs. It provides a centralized hub from which to build, manage, and deploy your group blogging service. As an on-demand solution you can easily scale the service according to your needs.
21Publish is located in the and Europe serving customers like Amnesty International, McGraw-Hill, and Emap. 21Publish is a spin-off of 20six/Myblog, a leading European blog service.
For more information:
Britta Kinkeldei, +49 (0)40 30 60 46 39, CET; +1 (646) 652 6869, EST; email@example.com