Boston’s First Blog Network Launches

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Boston Web Properties founder and publisher Dan Zarrella announces the launch of the first Boston-based blog network, covering a diverse range of topics from a Boston perspective.

Blogging is the most popular way for independent authors to publish their work online, and over the past few years the medium has caught national attention in relation to issues ranging from political scandals to celebrity gossip. Reports indicate that the number of blogs published roughly doubles every six months, and this trend is showing no signs of slowing. Readership of many of the most popular sites surpasses the online presence of even the biggest traditional media outlets.

Currently comprised of ten sites and constantly growing, BWP offers local writers and advertisers unique opportunities to gain access to the intelligent and influential demographic represented by blog readers. Included in the collection of niche titles published by Boston Web Properties is http://www.DiningOutBoston.com (local restaurant reviews and news), http://www.PuritanCity.com (culture and gossip), http://www.T-Rage.com (snarky MBTA commentary), http://www.BostonCocktails.com (mixology tips and home bartending lore), http://www.BostonIsFunny.com (humor and the local comedy scene), http://www.NEGeek.com (techno culture and politics), http://www.BostonProSports.com (pro sports opinions from the average fan), http://www.MuslimBostonian.com (the daily life of a Muslim living in Boston), http://www.BackBayBob.com (dating, entertainment, and fashion for 30-something guys), and http://www.BostonLocalMusic.com (local music news, reviews, and photos).

Authors interested in writing for BWP and businesses interested in advertising with BWP should contact the network via its website at http://www.BostonWebProperties.com.

Dan Zarrella

Founder and Publisher

Boston Web Properties

617-830-1889

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