Holypop is finally starting to permeate the collective Christian audience, and that's something that doesn't happen overnight, and requires immense trust from users," Carberg said.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) January 28, 2012
Weekends are usually a poor time for internet traffic. Email campaigns have lower response rates, websites charge less for advertising, and there is a general lethargy among individuals and internet use during the glorious work-free time. However, faith-based Bible study website, Holypop.com is counting a Sunday as it's most successful day in it's existence, with over 10,000+ pageviews.
"It's a great indicator that Christians are looking for faith-based content in new ways," said Holypop CEO, Chris Carberg. "Weekends provide a new opportunity to reach Christian consumers already searching for Bible-centric content."
In addition to their 10,000+ pageview success, Holypop is also celebrating January as it's most successful month with over 25,000 pageviews. While still far short of many of the entrenched websites and those tied into the religious establishment, the non-affiliated Holypop is already on target to double their pageviews and visitors in 2012.
"Holypop is finally starting to permeate the collective Christian audience, and that's something that doesn't happen overnight, and requires immense trust from users," Carberg said.
Chris Carberg will be sitting down in February with "The 700 Club" to discuss his faith and redemption from prescription drug abuse, as well as the growing phenomenon that Holypop is becoming. He'll also be revealing some information about Holypop's upcoming application, QuietTime.me.
Holypop.com offers a vast resource of content in the forms of Christian Questions & Answers, an interactive online study Bible, and connections a powerful search interface to find what you're looking for in scripture.
Holypop.com LLC was founded in 2008 in Central Florida, offering a Christian web-based educational community with quality biblical content, absolutely free. Holypop is also is in the process of developing mobile apps, web applications, and solutions for churches.
Holypop is Faith in a New Generation.