BlogFrog Gets Funding, Launches Mom Blogging Network

Boulder-based BlogFrog, an online operator of a network of "mom blogs", said today that it has received a Series A round of funding, and launched its services. According to the firm, investors in the round included David Cohen of TechStars; Brian Makare, founder of @Last Software; Andy Grolnick, founder of Logrhythm; John Spiers and Kelly Long, founders of LeftHand Networks; and Rajat Bhargava, founder of ServiceMetrics and StillSecure, among others. Financial terms of the funding were not disclosed. BlogFrog said its network connects 50,000 mom bloggers and 5.5 million women. BlogFrog is headed by Rustin Banks. More information »