Well it looks like its official. If you goto Performancingwebsite it shows the Louisville Blog. Its not even a proper redirect its just like the site was deleted. A part of me still hopes this is a mistake and it will be back up but I think the sinking ship has finally gone under for good =(

Its really to bad. I know a lot of time + money was spent on the project and I felt it was so close to being successful. I would say best of luck to all involved but we know its not about luck 😉

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16 thoughts on “The Day Performancing Died”
  1. That sucks. Whenever I post to my blogs, I’m usually doing it via their firefox plugin. I actually quite liked the look of their site, and the ease of use of the plugin.

    I’ll keep using it until something better comes along.

    Shame really – nice sharp site and tool.

  2. this sucks, but it was obvious for some time now. I hope those guys learn from their mistakes and will use their knowledge to do it better next time.

  3. Ahh, I visited that site earlier and noticed the lousville blog, i thought I was going crazy…..

  4. I’m seeing the Louisville blog on both the www and non-www version of the performancing name. I also checked the whois database and the nameservers at performancing are pointing to ns1 & ns2.hellocowboy.com, which is David Krug’s server (the 901am.com guy)

    Maybe David is hosting the site on his server and they don’t have the site transferred yet?

    Maybe David is handling the sale of Performancing?

    Maybe David bought Performancing?

    Ahhh, speculation. Gotta luv it!

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  6. Just a server glitch. I spent all day trying to fix an IP change in our nameservers. It was a mess. :Performancing is definetly not dead. 🙂

  7. […] I said that I noticed that performancing.com was dead and now going to some Louisville […]

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