It looks like AOL is determined to build a very large network of programming websites serving niche content to all types of audiences. Only last week we covered AOL launching two new websites - one of them focused on female interests and the second one about pop culture. At the same time the company reported significant growth of all of its programming websites and even claimed that Asylum, it’s site targeted at male audience, is the top one in its [.
Back in July I wrote a post arguing that issues at Weblogs Inc prove that big companies and blog networks are a difficult mix, and that AOL proved it. While there is a still a sound case that in many spaces, niche blogs work better ... Read Post
AOL launched what they’re calling the AOL Tech Network this evening. It’s a grouping of existing blogs - the Engadget sites, Switched, TUAW and Download Squad, under a new tech content group. Unike AOL Games, AOL Entertainment an... Read Post