Blogger blogger outreach for bloggers is being stepped up, with an initial batch of 600 bloggers set to get the first two paid blogs to launch in 2019, a spokeswoman for the new initiative told Business Insider.
The blogg outreach program was announced by the Dutch Minister of Information and Communications, Anne Maas.
The new blogg programs will be available for all bloggers who have an active blog in the country.
Maas said the new blog-hosting program was launched by the government of the Netherlands to promote social media.
The Netherlands has been one of the most successful countries in social media advertising, with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat all making huge investments in advertising, particularly for social media marketing.
Blogger blogging has long been a niche market for social networks and social network advertisers, with the majority of social media users choosing to post on their blogs for free.
While many people have migrated to social media for more than just advertising purposes, many other people are using their blogs as an important tool for promoting their businesses, Maas told Business Insider.
The government of The Netherlands is looking at creating a new blog platform to help social media companies expand their reach.
The program will give paid bloggers access to the platform in 2019.
The first paid blog, launched in March, has already had some success.
It has attracted more than 3,000 users, and is the most popular blog platform in the Netherlands.
But there are many more blogs in the pipeline.
Maus also announced plans for a new blogging platform in 2022.