We're continuing on to our goal of hitting 200 blogs in 2005. I'm thrilled that we've added such amazing talent to the network, and I'm looking forward to watching these blogs develop.
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 4, 2005
Today Weblogs, Inc. (http://www.weblogsinc.com), the largest publisher of professional blogs, announced the launch of their five newest blogs: AdJab (advertising) with Tom Biro, pPlayer (poker) with Harold Check and Jennifer Leo, SCMWire (supply chain management) with Richard Weissman, TheDiabetesBlog with Paul Chaney, and BBHub (the BlackBerry) with Russell Shaw.
Weblogs, Inc. co-founder Jason McCabe Calacanis says, "We're continuing on to our goal of hitting 200 blogs in 2005. I'm thrilled that we've added such amazing talent to the network, and I'm looking forward to watching these blogs develop."
Judith Meskill, Weblogs, Inc. Network (WIN) Editorial Director, is also pleased to welcome fourteen new bloggers into the network in FebruaryÂRobert Farago, Autoblog; Jay Allen, BloggingBaby; Ben Striegel, Donald Melanson, and Jesse D. Lewin, Engadget; Adrienne Wilson and Cosimo Leipold, Gadling; Danny Ayers, Grid; Jason Striegel, hackaday; Karina Longworth, IndieFilm; Vladimir Cole, Joystiq; Sarah Gilbert, Spam; Michelle Dellino, TheCancerBlog; Scott McNulty, TUAWÂand a new Podcast Producer, Eric Rice, to the Weblogs, Inc. Team of contributors.
About Weblogs, Inc.
Weblogs, Inc. (http://www.weblogsinc.com) was founded on January 1st 2004 with the mission of creating industry-leading blogs across hundreds of content niches. In thirteen months the firm has created 73 blogs in partnership with more than 70 bloggers who are enthusiastic about writing in their fields of interest. This network of blogs has attracted blue-chip advertisers such as Volvo, Google, Suzuki, HP, Bose, Palm, Microsoft and Audible. The firm also raised an angel round of funding in March of 2004 from Internet pioneer Mark Cuban.
Jason McCabe Calacanis