Update on Blog for Sale Mom’s Cash Blog Sold!

by Scott on April 28, 2008

On Monday I found a blog for sale called Moms Cash Blog. This blog was up for sale to the highest bidder. I received an email from Krysti, the owner of Moms Cash Blog, that the blog had been sold. On tuesday I visited her blog and found a video blog saying farewell to her followers and welcome to the new owner JJ. Krysti mentions in the video posting that JJ would like to utilize Moms Cash Blog as a way to learn about blogging and making money online. JJ is new to online marketing and blogging and has not made much money to date. No mention of price was mentioned on her website or the video post. Any guesses? For fans of Krysti, she is not going away but will focus on her other online ventures.

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1 Anonymous April 29, 2008 at 11:31 am

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