Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) April 28, 2005
SeniorWebLogs announces a new way of connecting for mature, internet-savvy individuals all over the United States.
SeniorWebLogs.com is a weblog specifically targeted towards the fifty-plus user who wishes to communicate with other seniors online. A weblog, web log or simply a blog, is a web application that consists primarily of member-authored, periodic posts that other readers can continue a dialogue with. With over five million weblogs online, there are currently no sites dedicated to the senior blogger.
"Senior citizens are a neglected demographic on the web and we aim to change that," says Community Manager, Wendy Montroy. "We are carving out a niche for Senior Citizens and Baby Boomers online, because they need a voice on the web log scene as well. We believe that life begins at 50 and what better way to start than making new friends and sharing experiences online."
SeniorWebLogs.com is free to use. The easy to use blogging software and one-step registration assure that users can be online and creating their blog in minutesÂ with virtually no technical knowledge. The community brings seniors together by allowing them to share their stories and connect with others that share similar interests. Our members are from all walks of life and range from professional writers to first time bloggers. Also, unlike other general weblog systems, we have divided our website into four main topics: travel, entertainment, health and retirement. Member-written articles keep seniors up to date on recent trends, advice and issues that can affect their lives.
SeniorWebLogs.com gives seniors and baby boomers a voice on the web. "We strive to be the premier senior blog community on the web by providing accessible blogging tools and information pertinent to the concerns of the 50+ user," says Wendy.
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