Online Celebrity Gossip Magazine Launches

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Celebrity gossip and relationship advice magazine announced. WooFactor.com, published in a "blog" format, gives readers a cheeky, sometimes snarky look at the love lives of A-list celebrities.

Inglewood House Publishing Inc. announced today the launch of Woo Factor, the company’s new celebrity gossip and relationship advice magazine. Published in a web log or "blog" format, Woo Factor (http://www.woofactor.com) is designed to give readers a cheeky, sometimes snarky look at the love lives of A-list celebrities.

"People want the latest smut, and we want to provide it in a hip, satirical tone," says Woofactor's Editor-in-Chief Ava Stochinsky. "At the same time, we're going to help our audience navigate the often complicated world of dating and relationships and provide them with real life tips and advice."

Woo Factor will captivate a primarily young, urban reader with its daily news & commentary on a variety of relationship topics including: romance tips, advice, creative date ideas, romantic movie reviews, celebrity gossip and much more. The website will also feature a directory of online dating websites organized by geography and categories ranging from Christian to Fetish.

The magazine will feature columns and entertainment articles from nationally syndicated columnists such as Michael Webb, who has appeared on over 500 radio and television shows including Oprah and NBC News; and Elaine Lui, author of the irreverent “Lainey’s Gossip” newsletter.

“We hope Woo Factor can entertain people, while at the same time provide some insight into the online dating scene” says Stochinsky. "For many, online dating still attaches itself with a dangerous or desperate stigma. The reality is you are just as likely to come across a buffoon or pervert at the bar as you are online. The internet has become such a prominent factor in our hectic lives that we welcome the convenience of finding prospective love online.”

For more information about Woo Factor, including advertising inquiries or article submissions, please visit http://www.woofactor.com or email ava@woofactor.com.

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