Afrigator buys itself back

Justin Hartman recently announced via the 27dinner function that Afrigator is buying its shares back from MIH. It would seem as if the original shareholders will be in full control once again, which is good news considering there will be no more “corporate” policies governing what to do, when to do and how to do. This opens up a host of avenues for the well established blog aggregator and I’m sure there is plenty of excitement surrounding this topic.

Justin Hartman recently announced via the 27dinner function that the original shareholders of Afrigator are buying their shares back from MIH. It would seem as if the original team will be in full control once again, which is good news considering there will be no more “corporate” policies governing what to do, when to do and how to do. This opens up a host of avenues for the well established blog aggregator and I’m sure there is plenty of excitement surrounding this topic.

Well done to the guys at Afrigator and good luck.

Author: NickDuncan

Nick is the owner of Code Cabin, founder of WP Google Maps, WP Live Chat Support, and Sola Plugins,

4 thoughts on “Afrigator buys itself back”

  1. Thanks for the update. FYI. the link to MIH seems to be relative as opposed to absolute and returns an error when you click on it…

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