New York (PRWEB) January 29, 2008
Moguldom Media Group, an innovative new media company, gained even greater notoriety recently with a prominent write-up of its Bossip.com blog in the February 2008 issue of GQ magazine. The article confirms the status of Bossip.com as one of the hardest-hitting, highest-profile gossip blogs for any community.
As the leading celebrity gossip website serving urban consumers, Bossip.com has grown rapidly to reach more than four million unique visitors per month. While it serves as a vital publication for advertisers targeting this community, the site's appeal also transcends ethnicity--in GQ's words, "Every Web site on the Internet reports on Britney's latest journey to Starbucks, but none do it with the je ne sais quoi of Bossip."
GQ's feature, which calls Bossip.com "the most viciously hilarious gossip site on the Internet," continues a rising volume of media attention that has included numerous mentions by the New York Daily News, New York Times, Boston Globe, USA Today, Washington Post, VH1, TMZ, and other major media outlets.
Bossip.com's distinctive voice, insider access, and rampant popularity have also caught the attention of the celebrities it targets. GQ quotes a "music-industry publicist with an A-list roster" as saying, "Oh, my clients definitely look ... and they've had to learn how to laugh at what gets said." Regular readers include celebrities such as 50 Cent, Kanye West, and Kim Kardashian.
"We welcome the attention of GQ and hope its readers will check us out," said Marv Frazier, CEO, Moguldom Media Group. "Of course, we don't need them to tell us how well we're doing. With more than four million unique visitors every month and potent cultural currency, Bossip.com has emerged as the definitive voice for young, hip, popular culture-obsessed members of the urban community."
About Moguldom Media Group
The Moguldom Group is an innovative new media company with a portfolio of popular niche blogs that includes Bossip.com, the leading celebrity gossip website serving African American consumers; Lossip.com, a similar website serving Latin American consumers; F-Listed, which covers general celebrity gossip with a unique edge and male sensibility; MingXingYao.com, a Mandarin-language blog covering Chinese celebrities; and Livesteez, a video-oriented urban social networking site. All Moguldom Media Group properties benefit from a favorable online advertising environment, unique credibility within the communities it serves, and strong strategic relationships.