Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Nuffnang In The News

Because I follow a lot of blogs that originate in Southeast Asia, I am familiar with the Nuffnang ad network. Here is a great success story - Nuffnang began back in February 2007 with a modest 20 bloggers using its ad platform. Nuffnang 2013 delivers approx. 13-million page-views per day. It's always a wonderful thing when any web-connected endeavour gets a little help from another. In Nuffnang's case, a little help from none other than uberblogger Xiaxue helped the once-fledgling network soar!

FUN FACT! ::: Nuffnang stands for “really good” in Jafaikan, a dialect that’s a mix of Jamaican and West African words and accents that can be heard among some immigrants in London.

Willis Wee Founded Tech in Asia - he's published the Nuffnang Founder's Story; here's the link!

Willis notes that Nuffnang co-founder Cheo Ming Shen will be a featured speaker in April at Startup Asia Singapore 2013. [Coffee Chat: The Nuffnang Founders’ Story and The Lessons They Learned] Good job, Nuffnangers!

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