LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) December 06, 2018
Sport fans at both the college level and the professional level will soon be able to access an online website page dedicate exclusively to football, created by sport expert Stephen Varanko III. The page will launch right in time for the playoffs.
Varanko’s blog website, which can be found at http://www.stephenvarankoiii.com/, features commentary and news about several sport teams, including the Baltimore Ravens football team, the Virginia Military Institute’s (VMI’s) football and basketball teams, the Baltimore Orioles baseball team, and the Boston Celtics basketball team. However, a new page on the site will be committed just to the football teams, and this is possible because the website has been extremely successful since its launch.
Varanko’s site has garnered numerous number-one rankings across all of the major search engines. It has also experienced a 20% jump in traffic compared with the same time last week. Varanko now has the resources to build out the website in the way he has long dreamed of building it. Version 3.0 of the website will be released on Dec. 15, 2018.
Version 2.0 of the website made its debut back in September and included new features aimed at making the sport blog much more user friendly. Varanko also determined at that time that he would keep the website 100 percent free rather than putting it behind a paywall, which was the original plan.
Varanko said he is passionate about the Ravens because they do not play dirty and also because he dislikes the Pittsburgh Steelers -- a sentiment shared among Ravens fans. He is also excited to see where Jaylen Brown takes the Celtics in the coming years.
When it comes to the Orioles, Varanko said he has not lost faith in this team yet, despite the fact that its record is among the worst in the history of Major League Baseball. Finally, he also professes to have a huge soft spot for VMI because it was once his dream school. Varanko looks forward to continuing to document these teams’ challenges and success -- but especially those of the football teams -- on his popular blog in the months ahead.