, the Brand New City Guide to Albany, NY is Up and Running Strong

Share Article, coined as the local guide to "The Good Life" in Albany, New York, launched its site to the public on September 1, 2007. The Albany Life provides a comprehensive online guide to hotels, restaurants, live music and more in Albany.

Since its launching, has offered both consumers and businesses a unique platform to find just what they need to live The Good Life in Albany, NY. In its first week, quickly became an indispensable tool for Albany residents and tourists alike to find reliable, up to date information on where to go, what to do, and what's going on in Albany.

Marketed toward young professionals, college students, tourists and residents alike, is the necessary tool to find hotels, restaurants, live music and more. Visitors to the site will also find information on golf, weddings, health and beauty, shopping, and a comprehensive real estate rental guide. Soon the site will launch an innovative online food ordering system allowing users to order their meals instantly online.

In its first week, The Albany Life had 25,000 page views from visitors planning their nights, weekends and days off with this comprehensive city guide. Now, thousands of visitors turn to everyday to find out the latest news and events in Albany. Under its parent company 20/20 Marketing, The Albany Life is growing substantially day after day. From the bustling nightlife on Pearl Street to the 18th century charm of Lark Street, The Times Union Center to the Riverfront Jazz Festival, is there to connect consumers and businesses 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week.

The Albany Life will celebrate its kickoff at this weekend's highly anticipated LarkFest celebrating 26 years of music, food and fun. LarkFest will feature live music and an estimated attendance of close to 80,000. Look for The Albany Life's booth on Lark Street to pick up fun give-a-ways and meet the people behind the site. Please visit or parent site for more information.


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