Jonathan Levin Philadelphia to Improve Sport Blog Site This Year

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Individuals who would like to stay up to date on Philadelphia sports can soon take advantage of a newly enhanced version of a popular sport blog website by Jonathan Levin of Philadelphia.

Philadelphia sport fans will soon gain access to a totally new and improved version of an already-popular website dedicated to sports in the City of Brotherly Love, created by Jonathan Levin of Philadelphia.

Following the fall release of Levin’s website, located at http://www.jonathanlevinphiladelphia.com/, the website has achieved numerous number-one rankings across all major search engines. It has also achieved double the traffic than originally anticipated. The success of Levin’s website has moved up the timeline on several changes planned for the website, in addition to increasing the amount of resources that Levin will be able to spend entering 2019.

So far, Levin has received a great deal of positive feedback on how he can improve the website even more, and he looks forward to laying out a game plan for when these changes will be implemented. In the meantime, he said he would like to thank his readers for making his blog website their number-one source for everything related to Philadelphia sports.

According to Levin, the outlook for Philadelphia sports is relatively bright. For instance, the 76ers have one of their most promising squads in decades. Levin said that the team is not without its struggles, but a bright spot is that Joel Embiid has averaged a higher number of paint touches each game since the Jimmy Butler trade that occurred earlier in the season. In addition, Ben Simmons is still drawing attention for all of the right reasons. For instance, Simmons at 6 feet, 10 inches has been praised for possessing both the strength and the size necessary for playing power forward.

Levin’s ultimate goal with his website is to provide the latest insights and updates regarding Philadelphia sports, as well as to engage readers in up-to-date sport discussions so that they feel like a part of the action all season long.

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