What Will Happen To Your Blog When You Die?

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Morbid question, I know but it is a serious one, isn’t it?

Seriously, what would happen to your blog if you were to unfortunately die tomorrow?

Would it be taken over by someone else?

Simply disappear?

Well, Brandon Hopkins has written an excellent post on the subject. It certainly gets you thinking and wanting to take action.

You should read it now…

Creating an “After-Death” Plan for Your Websites

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17 Responses to What Will Happen To Your Blog When You Die?

  1. Dennis Edell May 4, 2011 at 2:45 am #

    I’ve wondered this since I’m single. I’ve witnessed a few top marketers pass away and either the company others, it it’s INCed with employees, or spouse takes over.

    I’m off to read the article…
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  2. Dean Saliba May 4, 2011 at 6:33 pm #

    My blogs would disappear, nobody else in my family or circle of friends would have any interest in running them.
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  3. Alan Mater May 9, 2011 at 8:43 am #

    Great article by Brandon. I wrote a guest post last year on this exact topic. Problem is, I’m not sure even I can answer this question. I really don’t know what would happen. No one in my family has an interest in what I do. I think the best option for me, and maybe some of you, is to look for online friends to pass the blog along to.
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  4. nazimwarriach May 9, 2011 at 8:47 pm #

    Its a very tough question, I have ever heard about blogging.
    I think my blogs will disappear after some time.
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  5. Petra May 10, 2011 at 1:58 am #

    In all honesty, I had never given this question any thought before. If you see your blog as a lucrative investment, then I suppose it would be wise to give this issue some thought, though. I read through Brandon’s post and he does, indeed, make some interesting points about how to prepare for the possibility of your untimely passing in this respect. I suppose that, if I were to die tomorrow, my company would just hire someone new to take my place in managing their blogs..and that would probably be that.

  6. Felicia May 12, 2011 at 8:53 am #

    Hi Andrew,
    Wow, this sure is a tough question. If a certain blogger’s loved ones can continue on with the blog, I guess that can work. But as for those who have no one to take over, I guess it would be very difficult. Most likely it would just become a stagnant site.
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    May 15, 2011 at 6:41 pm #

    Wow, that was unexpected. I never even though about that. Hmmm, what would happen to me blog after I die?…

    I have no answer for that!

    I am going to read the article, maybe that will help.
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  8. french cuff dress shirts June 7, 2011 at 2:40 am #

    You have very interesting post, it didn’t comes across to my mind what really happen to my blog when i’m die… no one of my family have knowledge about online marketing…..that’s the big question now to my mind…. Thanks a lot for sharing this kind of blog.

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