Blogminster is no longer maintained.

Blogminster was created to show that building a public service brand does not have to be expensive. It was also a proof of concept to investigate how technology can bring more transparency to the workings of government and make the thoughts and ideas of our elected representatives accessible in one place.

It far exceeded expectations, and was followed by many, including politicians and the mainstream media. Unfortunately, its founder had other commitments, and after four years decided to close the service.

The platform is therefore now retired. Our old About page is still available here.

Thank you for your support over the years.


Other sites from Adler Tribly, the company behind blogminster: training site Sierra Echo Oscar and LLB law school prep