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This article needs a history of how the company formed, who sponsored them when they started out, and their first products such as ameblo.jp. When did they become profitable, and what notoriety it received on the Internet culture. It also needs a better explanation on the development of Ameba Pigg and when Pico was launched and then closed. How is CyberAgent connected to the company? Has it gone public as with Google and Twitter? Also who blogs on the site? Can anyone register and make a blog as with livejournal? Are any celebrity groups there that have official blogs? -AngusWOOF (talk) 18:42, 18 February 2014 (UTC)