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The Future of MoldBlogger

Dear Readers, I began work on MoldBlogger more than 6 years ago. It started out as an idea and, over the years, it has grown much bigger than I had originally imagined. Over the past few years, life has been very busy and Moldblogger has taken a back seat. I married a wonderful woman and I’m now the proud father of a baby boy, just over 2-years-old.

Even while MoldBlogger has waited on the sidelines it has stayed on my heart and I’m writing today to give you an update and shares a glimpse of my plans for the future.

First, I’ve simplified the design and focused on some improvements to the navigation.

Second, I’m opening up a “Questions and Answers” section on the blog. Over the past 2 years we’ve several hundred stories from all over the world. The stories have touched my heart and opened my eyes, and the eyes of many others, to just how big and serious of a problem mold really is.

What I noticed, though, is that the majority of folks sharing their story had questions to ask and, in the story format, I felt that many of the questions were going unanswered. With this new Q&A format, questions will remain in focus and the folks who take the time and energy to answer will be recognized.

And last but not least, I’ve migrated MoldBlogger.com over to the fine folks at WPEngine.com. It’s powered by WordPress and is now running a whole lot faster than before!

Over the coming weeks I will continue making improvements and introducing new content and features. I believe lives are at stake and I am more motivated than ever to make sure that this site is of as much service as possible in the fight against mold.

If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below or write to me personally, jonathan@moldblogger.com.

Until next time,

Jonathan Wold

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2 thoughts on “The Future of MoldBlogger

  1. Jonathan, great job on the blog update. The site is a wonderful resource on a very serious topic. Thank you for your work!

  2. Thanks for all your hard work, Jonathan, and for helping mold victims! God bless you and your lovely family! 🙂

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