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b5media launches 4 ‘CoBranded’ Blogs

I don’t generally post every announcement that we make over at b5media but this is one that I think fits with the ProBlogger focus of bloggers finding new ways to build commercial blogs.

Today we’re announcing four new cobranded blogs with VIP Fan Clubs – the official fan club and merchandise sales partner for Fox Broadcasting.

The four blogs are:

The interactions between b5media and VIP will be two way as one promotes the other in terms of traffic and will involve the sharing of stories and revenue streams.

Read the full story at the b5media blog.

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Comments

  1. wow, gotta to look at it. Do you manage all the blog yourself alone? I wonder how extensive actually you guy craft the content

  2. Mike says:

    Do you mean Fox.com?

  3. Darren Rowse says:

    TMS – no, b5 is a network with over 80 bloggers – I only write on one of them myself (this one).

    Mike – thanks – fixed that.

  4. Mike says:

    Darren, this is a great break and it is fantastic to see a traditional media company recognizing the power of blogs in their marketing efforts.

  5. Jonathan says:

    Hey the stewieplayground link is missing a .com at the end of it. Just a heads up ;)

  6. razib says:

    Darren,
    I do not know why I cannot post any comment in B5 Media blogs except ProBlogger (I am a registered member). Unfortunately, Anti spamming software is going to be used more and more by blog networks and many serious blogger like me will become its victim. Please address this issue in one of your future posts.