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LiveJournal Will Be Free from Advertising Banners
22.11.2011 12:36
LiveJournal Will Be Free from Advertising Banners

LiveJournal will remove all banner adverts from the service's pages. The famous blogging platform's new Director General, Ilya Dronov, announced it within a special press-conference dedicated to the service's future.

      Now the advertisement in LiveJournal is hidden from the users with "basic free" and paid accounts. At the same time it is shown to unregistered users and users with free accounts included advanced facilities.

      According to the Russian SUP company's new media-director Anton Nosik, LiveJournal will legolize all the content which is placed by its users, including advertisement. But the advertising material which is placed in the comments to somebody else's posts, will be considered as a spam and will be deleted.

      LiveJournal, one of the world's leading global online communities, with a monthly audience of more than 18milloin unique visitors, was acquired by the Russian company SUP in 2007. Then SUP established a new company LiveJournal, Inc. to manage and operate LJ.

      The service's previous head, Svetlana Ivannikova, has left the company to open her own business. Anton Nosik worked in SUP in 2006-2008. Before his new appointment Ilya Dronov was a director for the product's development.


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Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Russian companies LiveJournal Russian Internet   

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