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Posterous support – no longer existing?

I am a bit frustrated with the current support policy of Posterous. Is there a lack of interest to maintain the current blog platform?

  • Since months two of my pages simply disappeard. Nobody seems to take care at Posterous although I raised the issue. http://digitalnaiv.com/events-prasentationen and http://digitalnaiv.com/favoriten are simply gone. I have removed them now from the blog after having asked several times for help.
  • My search index seems to be corrupt since a while. When starting a search only a few postings are being displayed although the terms are in many more articles.
  • Since May 1 the views per blog entry seem to be dramatically down. For the older entries some thousand views were shown under Manage. All my May entries have significantly lower views (perhaps more realistic ones).

Nevertheless. It seems that the support for the Posterous functions is no longer existing. And then I need to consider to move to another platform instead of loosing.

Any comments?

Anybody else have the same experience?

Posted from Digital naiv – Stefan63’s Blog

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... arbeitet in Communications bei Kyndrl Deutschland, dem weltweit führenden Anbieter zum Management kritischer IT-Infrastruktur. Den gelernten Journalisten hat seine Leidenschaft für das Schreiben, Beobachten, Kommentieren und den gepflegten Diskurs nie verlassen. Diese Passion lebt er u.a. in seinem privaten Blog StefanPfeiffer.Blog oder auch als Moderator von Liveformaten wie #9vor9 - Die Digitalthemen der Woche und Podcasts aus. Digitalisierung in Deutschland, die digitale Transformation in der Gesellschaft, in Unternehmen und Verwaltung oder die Zusammenarbeit am modernen Arbeitsplatz sind Themen, die in leidenschaftlich bewegen. Vor Kyndryl hat Pfeiffer in der IBM im Marketing in unterschiedlichen internationalen Rollen gearbeitet. Seine weiteren beruflichen Stationen waren FileNet und die MIS AG. Auf Twitter ist er als @DigitalNaiv „erreichbar“. 

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