Six Apart Acquires Rojo

Blogging platform company Six Apart will announce this morning that it has acquired Rojo, a feed reader and search engine that competes with Bloglines and other companies. Terms of the deal were not d

Rojo Launches Nooz for Myspace

On Monday, Rojo will launch an interactive news service aimed at Myspace users (and additional social networks in the future). The new product, Nooz, will leverage technologies developed by Rojo but w

Rojo Has Blog Search, Too

After writing about new blog search engines from Bloglines and Gnoos this week, Chris Alden (Rojo CEO) pointed out to me that Rojo also quietly launched a blog search service earlier in the month. Roj

The State of Online Feed Readers

Syndication is undoubtedly the heartbeat of the web 2.0 movement. A feed reader, the most common solution to consuming synidcated content, saves the user time by monitoring countless sites and sources

Rojo Gets Relevant

Rojo added a great new relevance feature tonight, and the result is a sort of personalized digg. You can now view your feeds by date or relevance, with relevance being determined according to other us

New: Blog Ad Exchange at Rojo

On Friday Rojo will be officially releasing Feedshare, a new way for blogs to promote themselves on other blogs. The service is available now to test. The idea is that a blog include a Google Adsense-

Update – Rojo (new stuff)

Company: Rojo Previous Profile: June 17, 2005 Location: San Francisco Rojo launched two new features this week: expanded tag functionality and top 100 feeds. Top 100 Feeds: Rojo now lists the top 100

Profile: Rojo

Company: Rojo Location: San Francisco, CA Launched: Closed Beta – October 2004, Open Beta – April 20, 2005 Funding: “Rojo received seed financing from TPG Ventures and individuals su