iGossip is a different kind of celebrity site
Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) July 9, 2009
iGossip.com announces its official launch from Beta to become the premier online destination for user interaction and user-generated content surrounding celebrity news and entertainment. iGossip users correspond with hundreds of thousands of others by posting opinions and commentary on recent celebrity news stories from blogs around the web. User interaction is enabled by creating and voting on polls, asking and answering questions, and writing one's own blog entries. Each and every user interaction is pushed to the top iGossip's homepage, keeping it fresh. iGossip is mostly moderated by its community of users.
Young entrepreneurs and founders Curtis Robinson and Devin Rice started the site on a shoestring budget from their parents' garage and already have thousands of users coming to the site on a daily basis. They refer to these users as "iGossipers".
"iGossip is a different kind of celebrity site," said Founder and Chief Community Manager Devin Rice. "iGossipers stay connected to other gossip fans by discussing their opinions on recent celebrity gossip with self-created news stories in addition to polls, comments and questions and answers on the hottest celebrity news from hundreds of blogs around the web."
iGossip already has hundreds of thousands of users and is growing strong, largely attributed to the passionate bloggers who contribute their content and drive traffic back to their respective sites. Whenever content is posted to iGossip, the user interaction drives the content to the top of the homepage. "The most talked about stories are always kept buzzing," said Founder and Chief Platform Architect Curtis Robinson, "Everyone gets their time in the limelight even if they don't own a blog."
"iGossip is all about how interesting your content is," says Devin Rice, "The defining factor that sets iGossip apart from any other celebrity sites is that the community controls the site. Whatever the community is interested in becomes the buzzing topic seen on the homepage. I think that's why we're seeing so many users becoming fans of the site and remaining loyal iGossipers."
iGossip is a community site offering a creative environment for users to share opinions, ask questions, blog their celebrity happenings, and meet friends. The iGossip members - also known as iGossipers -- vote on, comment on, and debate topics ranging from celebrities, movies, music, and general pop-culture events. Being an iGossiper only requires the passion to debate such topics with others. Registration is free and quick: http://igossip.com/register
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