The site has grown significantly over the last year ... as more businesses enter the marijuana industry they have to advertise their products and services regularly in order to stand out among the competition
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (PRWEB) January 31, 2016
AZmarijuana.com (http://www.AZmarijuana.com), a Scottsdale-based website for Arizona’s medical marijuana industry, accomplished a 110% increase in revenue and a 77% increase in traffic in 2015.
The website was created and launched in 2010 by Arizonans to provide free and unbiased information and resources about Arizona’s medical marijuana industry, and marijuana in general. Since then, the site has been on Fox 10 Phoenix, CBS 5 AZ, 3TV Phoenix, The Huffington Post, Tucson Weekly, among others.
AZmarijuana.com has grown in traffic and scope over the years. It now provides a map directory of all Arizona-licensed dispensaries and medical marijuana doctor offices, product reviews, news, events, deals, videos, dispensary delivery services, attorneys, marijuana testing labs, and educational articles about how to get an Arizona medical marijuana card, how to use marijuana, and more.
“The site has grown significantly over the last year for a few reasons: new Arizona dispensaries continue to open, marijuana products – such as vaporizers and edibles – are flooding into the marketplace, and scientific research studies with pro-marijuana outcomes are changing peoples’ perception of marijuana; all of which are attracting more people to get medical marijuana cards. Furthermore, as more businesses enter the marijuana industry they have to advertise their products and services regularly in order to stand out among the competition and to become and remain industry leaders. This is where AZmarijuana.com’s highly-targeted traffic of Arizona medical marijuana patients and potential patients becomes valuable to industry businesses,” said Colby Ayres, marketing director for AZmarijuana.com.
In 2016, AZmarijuana.com plans to establish a new headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona, as well as hire more ambitious employees with a desire to work in the marijuana industry.