The site aims for a balance between a fun, conversational style and really robust, factual content.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 20, 2014
The desire to lose weight and get healthy is nothing new—and neither is the online health and fitness blog. For as long as there has been an Internet, there have been people writing about their personal fitness journeys, sharing exercise tips and nutritional secrets with the world at large. There are so many health and fitness blogs, in fact, that it can be tough to distinguish the best ones from the mix—but WeightLossProse.com has proven particularly popular, and has withstood the test of time. Now, the popular health and fitness site is celebrating its five-year anniversary.
In a new statement to the press, site developer Jason Kay says that he is delighted to see the site reaching this milestone—and he attributes it solely to those who read the site and engage with its content. “Many readers have chosen WeightLossProse.com to receive fitness tips and dietary ideas because they like the personal feel of the site,” he explains. “The site is meant to be conversational and informal, and people relate to that. We’re happy to see that the site has been able to do so much good in people’s lives, for so long now.”
While the site is conversational, that does not mean it is lacking in real substance. Far from it: Part of what has made WeightLossProse.com so successful, Kay says, is the sheer diversity of information that it contains. Among its various categories of blog entries and articles, the site includes Weight Loss Tips, Exercise Strategies, Healthy Eating, Healthy Living, and even a series of tips on how to get more active and more motivated.
The site also features opinion pieces, which lend it a distinct voice. An “In the News” section helps readers stay abreast of new developments in the world of health and fitness.
The site may be known for its breadth of content, but Kay reveals that the true purpose of the site is a simple one. “What we are trying to do at WeightLossProse.com is to help people lead fitter, healthier, and more active lives,” he says. “The site aims for a balance between a fun, conversational style and really robust, factual content. I think that’s what has made it a success over these past five years.”
Kay says that the future of WeightLossProse.com is to offer more of the same. “We are not going to tinker too much with a winning formula,” he explains. “All we want to do in 2014 is to continue offering helpful and engaging content.”