Bloginity

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Bloginity Networks LLC
Bloginity-logo.tif
Type of business Private
Type of site
News & online magazine
Available in English
Founded August 2008; 8 years ago (2008-08)
Headquarters New York City, New York, U.S.
Founder(s) Daniel Haim
Key people Daniel Haim, Founder, CEO
Employees 5
Website www.bloginity.com
Registration Optional
Launched August 1, 2008
Current status Active

Bloginity is an online network of creative professionals that discover and document individuals within the fashion and art industry. Bloginity.com comprises a number of websites with various areas of coverage. The company was founded in 2008 and is privately held.[1]

Website[edit]

The flagship site of Bloginity Networks is Bloginity.com, an online magazine. The site was founded in August 2008 and covers fashion, photography, arts and culture and a variety of other topics. The site often publishes exclusive interviews.

Bloginity.com is one of the 35 websites that are showcased under the News category at the WordPress showcase gallery. It is listed among websites such as Times.com, TechCrunch.com, Yahoo! News and Anderson Cooper 360°.[2] It is also ranked as one of the highest rated WordPress Websites according to WordPress.org.[3] The site is also ranked on Top 100 Fashion Sites according to Technorati[4] and has been named #76 Most Influential Fashion & Beauty Blogs of 2011, and #85 in 2012 by Signature9. In January 2013, Bloginity collaborated with Google for the Google+ New York Fashion Week project.[5]

Bloginity's interviews have featured musicians, artists, directors, photographers and comedians including Rob Huebel, Luis Morais, Millionaire Matchmaker,[6] Bruno Mars,[7] Audrina Patridge,[8] The Black Eyed Peas, Bobby V, Jake Gyllenhaal, Deftones, Mike Posner,[9] Titiyo, Taylor Momsen, Andreas Kleerup, Beth Rowley, Brett Dennen, Yelle, Miley Cyrus and Marina & the Diamonds.

Recognition[edit]

Bloginity.com has received recognition from WordPress.org who featured the site in its showcase, noting the site's developers constantly tweak colors, positions, fonts and other things to optimize bounce rates and lifetime value of users.[10] AllMyFaves named Bloginity as "One of the Web's Best Entertainment Spots" noting It’s classy in all possible aspects: design, content, diversified story topics, quality and variety of photos and videos.[11]

Bloginity has been used as a source by prominent online news outlets, such as Yahoo![12] BBC News[13][14] AZCentral,[15] IGN,[16] and Comedy Central.[17]

The magazine also syndicates its news to SnapTu, Pulse, Bing News, Google News[18] IMDB[19] Us Magazine,[20] and Forbes.[21]

Research[edit]

In August 2010, Bloginity Networks conducted a survey of 1,050 American adults and found that 56 percent of respondents preferred to read about celebrity crime more than any other type of celebrity scandal, including those involving celebrities going to rehab or making and distributing sex tapes.[22]

References[edit]

  1. ^ About Bloginity - Bloginity.com
  2. ^ WordPress › Showcase » Tag » News
  3. ^ WordPress › Showcase
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-12-23. Retrieved 2011-09-15. 
  5. ^ [1]
  6. ^ » Millionaire's Club Archived November 26, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
  7. ^ Bruno Hits His Sweet Spot On Bloginity.com! - Blog Detail - BrunoMars.com
  8. ^ Audrina Patridge Blog - Bloginity.com Q&A Interview Archived December 23, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
  9. ^ Mike Posner & Bloginity- Concert Review x Interview. - NUE Agency Archived January 20, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  10. ^ WordPress › Showcase » Bloginity
  11. ^ Katz, Annat (Jan 24, 2011). "One of the Web's Best Entertainment Spots". AllMyFaves. Retrieved Jan 24, 2011. One of the most prevalent website categories online today is that related to ‘entertainment.’ There are hundreds if not thousands of gossip and celebrity sites and blogs, TV and film sources and many others under the entertainment umbrella. Standing out in this overcrowded arena is not only difficult, it’s almost impossible. But one particular site has managed to do just that with tons of style: Bloginity. 
  12. ^ Browning, William (Oct 27, 2010). "Washington State Attorney General Calls for Statewide Ban of 'Four Loko' Energy Drink". Yahoo!, Associated Content. Retrieved Jan 24, 2011. According to Bloginity and the Washington State Attorney General's office. 
  13. ^ McAlpine, Fraser (Nov 12, 2010). "Florence & the Machine - Heavy In Your Arms". BBC News. Retrieved Jan 24, 2011. Bloginity says the official video for "Heavy In Your Arms" is every bit as haunting as the track itself. 
  14. ^ Browning, William (Nov 5, 2010). "Kim Kardashian's Busy Life Takes New York City". Yahoo!/Associated Content. Retrieved Jan 24, 2011. Kanye West attended the grand opening according to Bloginity. 
  15. ^ Lee, Christine (Apr 28, 2010). "Is Bret Michaels In Arizona?". Arizona Republic. Retrieved Jan 24, 2011. Online magazine Bloginity says he is at the Barrow Neurological Institute. 
  16. ^ Vejvoda, Jim (Dec 1, 2010). "Boll Talks Dungen Siege Sequel". IGN. Retrieved Jan 24, 2011. Boll told Bloginity all about the plot to his next Dungeon Siege Tale. 
  17. ^ Cordova, Gonzalo (Sep 14, 2009). "Sara Benincasa talks about her Sarah Palin impersonation". Comedy Central. Retrieved Jan 24, 2011. There were just too many things to love, Bloginity reports" 
  18. ^ - Google News
  19. ^ News from Bloginity
  20. ^ Celebrity Weddings News Around the Web - UsMagazine.com Archived January 19, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  21. ^ "Quotes from Bloginity - News, photos, topics, and quotes". Forbes. 
  22. ^ Surge Research/Bloginity Networks Survey Shows Celebrity Crimes Are Favorite Celebrity Scandal | PRLog

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