Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Rollernews: Genius or Evil? by Wheelscene

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"Launched by David Durrenberger in 2005, Rollernews has rapidly become the most popular media site in the rollerblading industry due to its simple layout, user friendliness that provides instant access to videos without having to leave the home page, and the simple fact that it is regularly the first to host the latest blading videos, adverts and leaked photos of yet-to-be-released skates."
Launched by David Durrenberger in 2005, Rollernews has rapidly become the most popular media site in the rollerblading industry due to its simple layout, user friendliness that provides instant access to videos without having to leave the home page, and the simple fact that it is regularly the first to host the latest blading videos, adverts and leaked photos of yet-to-be-released skates. - See more at: http://www.wheelscene.co.uk/2014/01/rollernews-genius-evil/#sthash.jxEY9LNQ.dpuf
Launched by David Durrenberger in 2005, Rollernews has rapidly become the most popular media site in the rollerblading industry due to its simple layout, user friendliness that provides instant access to videos without having to leave the home page, and the simple fact that it is regularly the first to host the latest blading videos, adverts and leaked photos of yet-to-be-released skates. - See more at: http://www.wheelscene.co.uk/2014/01/rollernews-genius-evil/#sthash.jxEY9LNQ.dpuf
Launched by David Durrenberger in 2005, Rollernews has rapidly become the most popular media site in the rollerblading industry due to its simple layout, user friendliness that provides instant access to videos without having to leave the home page, and the simple fact that it is regularly the first to host the latest blading videos, adverts and leaked photos of yet-to-be-released skates. - See more at: http://www.wheelscene.co.uk/2014/01/rollernews-genius-evil/#sthash.jxEY9LNQ.dpuf
Launched by David Durrenberger in 2005, Rollernews has rapidly become the most popular media site in the rollerblading industry due to its simple layout, user friendliness that provides instant access to videos without having to leave the home page, and the simple fact that it is regularly the first to host the latest blading videos, adverts and leaked photos of yet-to-be-released skates. - See more at: http://www.wheelscene.co.uk/2014/01/rollernews-genius-evil/#sthash.jxEY9LNQ.dpuf
Launched by David Durrenberger in 2005, Rollernews has rapidly become the most popular media site in the rollerblading industry due to its simple layout, user friendliness that provides instant access to videos without having to leave the home page, and the simple fact that it is regularly the first to host the latest blading videos, adverts and leaked photos of yet-to-be-released skates.
If the emails to potential advertisers are to be believed, Rollernews attracts over 350,000 unique visitors per day. With over 34,800 Facebook followers and counting, plus a legion of loyal followers that check the page multiple times a day, Rollernews is an unstoppable juggernaut that casts a dark shadow over struggling competitors One, Be-Mag and, although it pains us to admit it, Wheel Scene. It seems that engaging interviews and strong blading editorial are simply no match for fast, frequent content and an endless supply of eager worker bees willing to supply it to the editor for free via the Send News feature on the site.
- See more at: http://www.wheelscene.co.uk/2014/01/rollernews-genius-evil/#sthash.jxEY9LNQ.dpuf
Launched by David Durrenberger in 2005, Rollernews has rapidly become the most popular media site in the rollerblading industry due to its simple layout, user friendliness that provides instant access to videos without having to leave the home page, and the simple fact that it is regularly the first to host the latest blading videos, adverts and leaked photos of yet-to-be-released skates.
If the emails to potential advertisers are to be believed, Rollernews attracts over 350,000 unique visitors per day. With over 34,800 Facebook followers and counting, plus a legion of loyal followers that check the page multiple times a day, Rollernews is an unstoppable juggernaut that casts a dark shadow over struggling competitors One, Be-Mag and, although it pains us to admit it, Wheel Scene. It seems that engaging interviews and strong blading editorial are simply no match for fast, frequent content and an endless supply of eager worker bees willing to supply it to the editor for free via the Send News feature on the site.
- See more at: http://www.wheelscene.co.uk/2014/01/rollernews-genius-evil/#sthash.jxEY9LNQ.dpuf
Launched by David Durrenberger in 2005, Rollernews has rapidly become the most popular media site in the rollerblading industry due to its simple layout, user friendliness that provides instant access to videos without having to leave the home page, and the simple fact that it is regularly the first to host the latest blading videos, adverts and leaked photos of yet-to-be-released skates.
If the emails to potential advertisers are to be believed, Rollernews attracts over 350,000 unique visitors per day. With over 34,800 Facebook followers and counting, plus a legion of loyal followers that check the page multiple times a day, Rollernews is an unstoppable juggernaut that casts a dark shadow over struggling competitors One, Be-Mag and, although it pains us to admit it, Wheel Scene. It seems that engaging interviews and strong blading editorial are simply no match for fast, frequent content and an endless supply of eager worker bees willing to supply it to the editor for free via the Send News feature on the site.
- See more at: http://www.wheelscene.co.uk/2014/01/rollernews-genius-evil/#sthash.jxEY9LNQ.dpuf

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