The site, which celebrates it’s five year anniversary in September, offers ‘slice of life’ blogs written by military spouses and provides a virtual meeting place for spouses to discuss the joys and challenges of military life.
Upgrades include an improved commenting system for more robust discussions, better navigation, popular blog categories are more prominently displayed on the home page, and the addition of social media tools like Facebook and Twitter to share the site’s content.
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"We’re already seeing an increase in traffic and getting more calls for interviews about what it’s like to be married to the Military. My hope is that we can better support military spouses through the improved site, and in the process show others what being a military spouse is really about," Hurley said.
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