In January 2006, MYeFlora.com set out to prove that gardeners can blog too, by launching a free blogging service. The Blog service includes an easy set up of a personal blog for members, which now comes as an optional part of the free community membership offered by the website. Now, members can benefit from this new service by better connecting and sharing with online viewers of their choice: members can share their blog with guests, members, approved friends, or maintain a private blog just for themselves.
Since its beta launch in mid 2005, MYeFlora has launched various tools and resources for its plant enthusiastic audience. Recently launched services include forums, live chat, articles, book club, and event calendars. In the case of the blogs, MYeFlora takes the gardening community into the cutting edge world of technology, and introduces them to a side of the web that has quickly exploded into an exciting and must-have feature.
“We’re very excited about the Blogs, particularly because our members can utilize them as a plant journal, or to just have fun with,” shared Vanina Mangano, co-founder of MYeFlora, “and we’re interested in attracting gardeners from all phases, who can benefit from accessing resources from our community, and who can share knowledge and experience with other members.”
The blog service is a first release of many cutting-edge services and resources that MYeFlora is set to launch in 2006. With a solid team of developers on hand, MYeFlora promises to deliver additional services that day-to-day gardeners can utilize and benefit from, thereby sharing in the advantages of a technology-crazed world.
MYeFlora (myeflora.com) is a complete online garden resource and community; a channel for all gardeners to come together to share knowledge and information for the benefit of other gardeners. At MYeFlora.com you will find resources, information, and ways to interact with other community members. MYeFlora aims to fill the void of the online gardening community, and nourish it with a site that is appealing, easy to navigate through, and fun(!).