San Diego, CA (PRWEB) January 11, 2007
PursePage.com (http://www.PursePage.com), the premier site for designer handbag reviews and purse shopping has achieved a milestone by reaching and surpassing the 1,600 mark in handbags reviewed.
"We're quickly becoming one of the most comprehensive handbag sites on the web," said Marco Aniello of PursePage.com. "We have a staff of fashion reviewers who know designer bags inside and out. Their vast knowledge of different designers has been a huge asset to The Purse Page, and because of this our readers are seeing the newest designer bags as soon they become available, and sometimes while they're still in pre-order status before they're released. It's very exciting to offer information that's so new to our readers".
PursePage.com opened it's doors in September of 2006 and the site has quickly taken off and grown to tens of thousands of visitors a month and climbing. "We've noticed many other fashion web sites and top online resources linking to us and referring to our reviews as a way to give their readers the latest information," said Aniello. "We're thrilled to be seen as a prime source for the newest designer handbag fashions".
The Purse Page has added additional handbag reviewers to meet with reader demand to cover a wider variety of designers and handbags.
"We are very lucky to have such talented writers giving their honest opinions on designer purses for our site," Aniello said. "Their reviews are fun to read and they're doing a fabulous job."
In December of 2006, The Purse Page wrapped up its holiday coach bag giveaway which took place within it's Designer Purse Forum ( http://www.pursepage.com/forum/ ) and had four winners. Three site visitors won cash and the grand prize winner won the Coach Bag and cash. The Purse Page's Designer Purse Forum has been busy with messageboard posters ever since. PursePage.com gave away the Coach bag to promote the blog and specifically the Designer Purse Forum," Aniello said. "In doing so we've created a fun community where bag lovers and just about anyone can let down their hair and chat with others. It's been a blast to watch and the community continues to grow."
Aniello says he's always had an interest in creating online communities where people can gather and meet others with similar interests to share information and have fun.