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Single Serve Coffee.com
is a blog dedicated to single serve and one cup coffee machines, coffee, and accessories.

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Kitchen Contraptions.com
is a blog dedicated to anything you need to make your cooking experience better

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TV Snob.com
- The weblog for exclusive news & reviews of tvs and tv technology.

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Shaving Stuff.com
is a blog dedicated to razors, creams, gels, brushes, toners, moisturizers - anything shaving related for both men and women.

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GPS Lodge.com
GPS receivers, GPS accessories - The weblog for those who love GPS’s and the things you can do with them.

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Shirt Snob.com
Shirt Snob.com is a weblog dedicated to t-shirts, nice shirts, tank tops, couture tops, and more.

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The Cooking News.com
Daily recipes, cooking and wine news from around the web. We find the latest stuff for you!

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Liquor Snob
News and tips on all things alcoholic, including beer and wine, breathalyzers, cocktails and spirits; plus drink recipes, booze reviews and more.

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Really Natural.com
Product reviews and practical tips for living a more natural life.

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Critical Gamers.com
The weblog for card, board, and real games you might play in the real world.

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Cheap Fun Wines.com
Cheap Fun Wines.com is on a mission to find the most luscious wines on the planet for under $20.

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SingleServeEspresso.com
SingleServeEspresso.com is dedicated to E.S.E. Espresso Pods, Super Automatic Espresso Machines, & Espresso Pods.

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SuperCoolBaby.com
Baby strollers, baby stuff, baby needs, and reviewed by both daddies and mommies.

Other sites include Just The Chips.com, Fast Food Fever.com, CasinoSnob.com, WeatherSnob.com, SuperCoolPets.com, ToolSnob.com, NetworkingAudioVideo.com, What's All The Racquet.com, CandySnob.com, Robot Snob, Garden Snob, ItsTheDress.com, Plus Size This, and PictureSnob.com

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August 20, 2008

Blogpire Featured in Information Week - 8 Ways To Make Money Online

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Blog To A Specific Niche

In the spring of 2004, Jay Brewer launched a blog dedicated to an extremely specific subject: coffee makers that make only one cup of coffee at a time. Within a month, traffic doubled. Within two, it doubled again, and companies were asking to advertise on the site. The advertisers knew what Brewer had suspected: Readers who care enough to read about a very particular topic are likely to click on ads about that topic.
"Blogs that are about specific topics generate traffic from people who are either really interested in the topic or doing research," says Jay Brewer, CEO of Blogpire (www.blogpire.com), which operates subject-specific blogs on topics such as shaving equipment and GPS receivers, in addition to the aforementioned single-serve coffee makers.

More CIO InsightsWhite PapersHow to Use the Six Laws of Persuasion during a NegotiationCCNA v2.0 ReviewReportsHow CIOs Are Dealing With A Tough EconomyCoke Exploits Collaboration Technology To Keep Brand Relevant Some of the sites on blogpire have advertising and affiliate click through rates of up to ten percent, he says. Furthermore, the more specific the subject, the less competition it will face from other Web sites. A Google search for "dogs" yields about 278 million results. A Google search for "grooming products for Golden Retrievers" yields one result.
To bolster the revenue you receive from general advertising and affiliate programs, you can seek out individual advertisers whose products you might be featuring on your blog. While giant corporations aren't likely to advertise on your little Web site, their partners might. "Find the PR person's name and send them a note," Brewer says. "And don't dream too big. You don't have to have Philips or Sony as an advertiser. You can have an online site that sells products from Philips and Sony."

Full read at 8 Ways To Make Money Online -- small business -- InformationWeek

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June 3, 2008

Digital Photography Tips and Tricks, From Taking Them to Sharing Them, at Picture Snob

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Technology has changed the face of photography, making it more accessible to us but also daunting because of the myriad of equipment options and constant innovation. Picture Snob will help you along every step of the way, with digital photography tips and tricks, how to choose the digital camera that's right for you, and advice on digital picture frames, printing services, editing software and more.

There'll always be a next best thing, but it's truly about understanding a few key features to find what works best for you. Then you can get on with it and have fun!

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May 13, 2008

Candy Snob Helps Feed Your Candy Obsession with News, Reviews and More

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Candy Snob is the place to go to indulge your sweet tooth. Whether you're crazy for gourmet chocolate or a sucker for hard candies, we've got all the news, reviews, and information you can cram down your gullet.
Those are great, but there is a whole universe of chocolate and candy out there beyond the check-out aisle.

(PRWEB) May 13, 2008 -- As more and more novelty and gourmet candy hits the market, it can be increasingly difficult to decide which confections will tickle your fancy, and which are sugar-coated duds. Candy Snob understands that candy can be more than a foil-wrapped treat to boost your blood sugar -- it can be a sensuous experience, the nougaty highlight of your day, the caramel apple of your eye. The blog will help readers rekindle their love affair with sugary treats, with an eye toward the confections of the past as well as a nod toward the future.

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April 23, 2008

Blogpire Featured in Mass High Tech Article

Arlington-based Blogpire Productions, the publisher of 24 consumer blogs, now considers more than 50 advertising services for its blogs -- up from 10 when it launched in 2004, CEO Jay Brewer said. "I think in the last year it's gotten crazy," he said.

Full Article at: Startups like Entrecard bet on blogs as the next hot ad market

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July 27, 2007

NetworkingAudioVideo.com Launches to Help Make Home Entertainment Dreams a Reality

Gi Networkingaudiovideowebs.JpgNiche product blog features the latest news, reviews, and how-to guides to stream music, movies, and TV throughout the house. iPods, podcasts TiVo and other on-demand services have made entertainment more accessible than ever before, but figuring out how to access their music and movies throughout the house is confusing and frustrating. If you want to access your music collection, Internet radio, TV, movies, podcasts and photos from the comfort of your living room couch, look no further than NetworkingAudioVideo.com.

(PRWEB) July 27, 2007 -- BlogPire Productions is pleased to announce the addition of Networking Audio Video to its growing list of consumer-oriented weblogs. BlogPire Productions started NetworkingAudioVideo.com to help homeowners, music lovers, and movie viewers find a way to understand the products that can fulfill their home entertainment needs.

&News Imagequot;Networking the audio and video in your home doesn't have to be difficult, but you do have to find the right products," says David Ficociello Editor of Networking Audio Video. "We find products like the Mvix mx-760hd that allow you to listen to music and stream movies on your TV."

If entertainment is at the center of your digital life, you want to be able to play movies, TV shows, movie trailers, podcasts, photos, and YouTube videos from multiple devices in your house. But making sense of Windows Media Streaming, TiVo, movie streaming, Apple TV, Slingbox, audio video computer downloads, audio streaming, home networking, and IPTV is not as simple as it should be.

"Hours of frustration can be avoided by visiting NetworkingAudioVideo.com," Ficociello adds. "Bottom line, you'll know what products work with your TV and how to get great content or music there."

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May 23, 2007

Tool Snob - The Do-It-Yourself Friendly Tool Site - Power Tools News and Reviews

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Are you a Do It Yourself home owner? If so, Tool Snob is the most reliable and entertaining source for the latest power tool news and reviews for you home projects. The wrong tool can end up costing you time, money and hours of frustration, and with the reviews of power tools at Tool Snob you'll have the right tools for your do it yourself home improvement project.

As the DIY "Do-It-Yourself" revolution continues, the demand for quality tools is higher than ever. And with so many tools out there, it is difficult, not to mention intimidating, to go to a store and find the one that is right for you.

Blogpire Productions is pleased to announce the addition of Tool Snob to its growing list of consumer-oriented weblogs. Blogpire Productions started ToolSnob.com to help homeowners, contractors, and hobbyists find, not only the tools that fit their needs, but to point out the ones that don't. The wrong tool can end up costing you time, money and hours of frustration. Tool Snob aims to be the most reliable and entertaining source for the latest power tool news and reviews.

"With the rise of stores like Home Depot and Lowes, more and more people are tackling their renovations themselves, and having the right tool on hand can really speed up your project and save you money." says Doug Mahoney, editor of Tool Snob. "As a homeowner and a tradesman, I found that there were no reliable sites out there that offered a good combination of tool news as well as information on the latest building materials."

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April 30, 2007

Make Your Dogs and Cats Happy with Pet Food and Gadget News at SuperCoolPets.com

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Super Cool Pets keeps you up to date on everything you need to care for your dogs, cats and other well-loved pets. SuperCoolPets.com features a unique combo of news and reviews of quality pet products for the pet owner - cat and dog pet products, pet gadgets, pet food, and pet news.

April 30, 2007 -- More than 60% of American households own a pet, and 45% have more than one. In 2006 over $38 billion was spent on our pets in the United States.

"Our pets have become cherished members of the family," says Ricki Widlak, editor of Super Cool Pets "People form strong bonds with their pets. They provide love and companionship for us all--singles, couples, children and empty nesters." It is no wonder companies are marketing the latest and greatest products for pets. With so many products and so much information out there, it is very time-consuming for pet owners to wade through all the merchandise available to determine what products they want and what are best for their pets.

Blogpire Productions is pleased to announce the addition of Super Cool Pets to its growing list of weblog titles. Blogpire Productions started SuperCoolPets.com to help other pet owners find the pet products they really need, to help them stay away from the products that they don't, and to point out cool stuff along the way. "When I brought home my Golden Retriever puppies three years ago, I was surprised at how the pet industry had grown since I had last owned dogs and cats in the 90's" says Ricki Widlak, editor of SuperCoolPets.com. "There were so many products I wish I had known about sooner, which would have greatly helped us as we integrated our new puppies into our family. With Super Cool Pets, I would like to share all my new findings about pet products and merchandise with others all in one place."

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April 16, 2007

Blogging for dollars - The Boston Globe

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We've just been featured in the Boston Globe article, "Blogging for dollars"...

Jay Brewer of Arlington built Blogpire, a lucrative "blog empire," out of a cup of coffee.

Three years ago, Brewer bought a Senseo coffee maker and posted a review of it at
SingleServeCoffee.com -- a thriving niche website that led him to create 17 other income-generating product review sites, ranging from ShavingStuff.com to SuperCoolBaby.com.

At Blogging for dollars - The Boston Globe

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April 11, 2007

Making the Leap: Going from the Single Blog to the Blogpire

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Want to know some of the things that we face on a daily basis here at the Blogpire? Check out the Chitika Blog Bash : 30 DAYS 30 EXPERTS .

A burning question for many bloggers is whether to continue full force on the one blog they have or to diversify and create a whole host of niche topics. As owner of Blogpire, with over 18 sites under management, clearly you a perfect resource for this topic.

At Chitika Blog Bash : 30 DAYS 30 EXPERTS

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October 17, 2006

Super Cool Baby Product Reviews and News at SuperCoolBaby.com

SupercoolbabywebSuper Cool Baby keeps you up to date on everything you need to raise a baby in this modern age: strollers, bags, toys, books, furniture, and more. SuperCoolBaby.com features a unique combo of news and reviews of baby products from the perspective of a new mom and dad.

(PRWEB) October 17, 2006 -- With the population in the United States about to top 300 million this month, more and more companies are marketing the latest and greatest products for babies. With so much information out there, it's hard to wade through all the merchandise available to determine what parents want for their baby and what is best for them. "Even before our son was born, we were frustrated by the dizzying array of products with no clear advice about what we really needed," says Peter Kovacs, co-editor of SuperCoolBaby.com. "What the Web was missing was a place to find what you really need to buy for your baby, and what baby products are more interesting and cool for you and your child."

Blogpire Productions is pleased to announce the addition of SuperCoolBaby.com to its growing list of weblog titles. Blogpire Productions started SuperCoolBaby.com to help other parents find the products they really need, to help them stay away from the products that they don't, and to point out cool stuff along the way. "When I gave birth to my son earlier this year, I was so overwhelmed with all the products for babies," says Laura Kovacs, co-editor of SuperCoolBaby.com. "After I got settled in with my son, I began researching what I wanted to buy for him. With Super Cool Baby, we'll be able to share all of our great finds in one place."

About SuperCoolBaby.com:
As new parents, the staff at Super Cool Baby has quickly become well versed in all the baby products available on the Web. They are interested in finding the most fun and innovative baby products on the market. Searching for the best nursery themes, bath time toys, or diaper bags doesn't have to be a chore; it can be a blast.

About the writers of SuperCoolBaby.com:
Laura and Peter Kovacs are a married couple who have recently celebrated the birth of their first child, Anderson. They spend their weekends at children's stores near their Arlington, MA home. Laura's favorite baby product is the Bright Starts Musical Lights Play Gym, and Peter's is the Original Baby Bjorn Baby Carrier.

About Blogpire Productions:
Blogpire Productions is a set of weblog titles bringing an influential audience to brand advertisers focused on product and category niches. Founded in 2004, Blogpire Productions continues to expand each month and build new and interesting weblog titles for readers around the world. Many Blogpire Productions weblogs have received Yahoo! Pick of the day along with being featured in USA Today, FHM Magazine, and other magazines and Web site features.

Please visit Blogpire Productions for a complete list of weblog titles.

Other Blogpire weblogs include: SingleServeCoffee.com; KitchenContraptions.com; JustTheChips.com; TVSnob.com; ShavingStuff.com; FastFoodFever.com; GPSLodge.com; ShirtSnob.com; TheCookingNews.com; LiquorSnob.com; ReallyNatural.com; CheapFunWines.com; CriticalGamers.com; SingleServeEspresso.com.

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July 31, 2006

Learn the Art of Easy Espresso at SingleServeEspresso.com

Easy AdSingleServeEspresso.com will provide news, insights and reviews of espresso coffee, and espresso machines, especially the newer easy to use ESE Pod espresso machines and Super Automatic Espresso machines, both of which make espresso at the touch of a button that rivals the corner café.

(PRWEB) July 31, 2006 -- Coffee consumption continues to grow in the US, and more consumers are turning their passion for a latte from the corner café to preparing espresso drinks at home. With a new wave of easy to use espresso makers hitting the market, consumers need some help finding their way in the world of espresso.

While covering the explosive growth of single serve coffees, our readers kept asking us to cover the growing trend of espresso, and the newer easy to use E.S.E. machines that are becoming a lot more popular. With SingleServeEspresso.com, we’ll be able to do a better job of helping our readers sort through the new espresso coffee market and help them enjoy great tasting espresso at home.

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June 29, 2006

Blogpire Founder Jay Brewer featured on SpartanPodcast.com

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Serial entrepreneur Jay Brewer loves fast food and he’s taken his passion to the Internet. As the purveyor of Blogpire.com, he has created over a dozen consumer-product oriented blogs, generated incredible buzz, and some advertising revenue talking about a variety of niche topics from single-serve coffee machines to designer shirts to shaving stuff to global positioning satellite (GPS) gear.

Jay talks about how blogpire came to be, where he gets his content and how he is connecting cottage industry sellers with a world wide web audience.

Visit The Spartan Podcast - Jay Brewer or hear the full interview here...

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June 23, 2006

Blogpire featured at MarketWatch.com

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We've just been featured in a new article at Marketwatch.com:

Thousands of people love to read about, as well as eat, fast food. And Jay Brewer's here to fill that appetite with Fastfoodfever.com. It is one of 14 blogs produced by his Arlington, Mass. company, Blogpire Productions. Each is capitalizing on Americans' hunger for news, gossip, humor, and most importantly, stuff to buy. The blogs don't cover the Middle East or politics or business. They focus on products or hobbies which instill passion, such as high definition TV ( tvsnob.com), shirts ( shirtsnob.com) and organic food ( reallynatural.com). "Weblogs for the product oriented consumer," is the company's motto.

At MarketWatch

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June 20, 2006

Blogpire Productions Blogs Announce Investment in the Planet's Future with Green Tags

Green-Tag-Logo Type-Grn-1-1Blogpire Productions, a collection of 14 lifestyle blogs ranging from Really Natural (www.reallynatural.com) to Single Serve Coffee (www.singleservecoffee.com), announces that it will buy enough green tag renewable energy credits to offset the environmental impact from its hosting and computer operations for the coming year.

(PR WEB) June 20, 2006 -- Blogpire Productions, a collection of 14 lifestyle blogs ranging from Really Natural (www.reallynatural.com) to Single Serve Coffee (www.singleservecoffee.com), announces that it will buy enough Green Tags, also called renewable energy credits, from the Bonneville Environmental Foundation, to offset the environmental impact from its hosting and computer operations for the coming year.

More renewable energy use means less fossil fuel use, less air pollution and a more sustainable future for us and our planet. The production of traditional electricity, which relies on the burning of fossil fuels, is cheaper than producing energy from renewable sources, but it doesn't take into account the long-term costs of air pollution and health problems, which result when carbon dioxide and other pollutants are emitted into the air.

Green tags are an investment in the production of renewable energy sources through wind and solar power. Using clean renewable energy reduces emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming. By purchasing green tags, Blogpire Productions hopes to lessen our dependence on burning fossil fuels.

"Doing our part to reduce the environmental impact of our computer operations fits with our personal interests and helps us set the tone for how we are going to run our business." says Jay Brewer, founder of Blogpire Productions.

The Blogpire and the people who write for it care deeply about the environment. From the Really Natural blog (www.reallynatural.com), which covers organic foods and household items, to GPS Lodge (www.gpslodge.com), which explores the world with the help of global positioning systems, and Single Serve Coffee (www.singleservecoffee.com), which regularly reviews and supports organic and Fair Trade coffee, the Blogpire's group of bloggers are committed to the environment and reducing their impact on the environment.

"We are all interested in preserving our environment, so running our blogs on renewable energy was the right thing for us to do," says Brewer. "More renewable energy use means less fossil fuel use, less air pollution and a more sustainable future for us and our planet."

About Blogpire Productions:

Blogpire Productions (http://www.blogpire.com) is a set of weblogs that bring an influential audience to brand advertisers focused on product and category niches. Founded in 2004, Blogpire Productions continues to expand each month with new and interesting blogs for readers around the world. Many Blogpire Productions weblogs have been chosen as Yahoo! Pick of the Day, and have been featured in USA Today and FHM Magazine, and on other web sites.

Please visit http://www.blogpire.com/ for a complete list of Blogpire Productions weblog titles.

About Bonneville Environmental Foundation

The Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF), a non-profit organization, was established in 1998 to restore watershed ecosystems and further the development and use of new renewable energy resources. Through revenues generated from the sale of green power products, BEF funds projects that restore damaged watersheds and support new renewable energy projects from solar, wind and biomass. BEF pioneered the sale of Green Tags in 2000 and has helped establish national standards for their certification and trading. More information is available at www.b-e-f.org.

©2004-2006 Blogpire Productions, Single Serve Coffee.com, Kitchen Contraptions.com, Just The Chips.com, TV Snob.com, What's All The Racquet.com, Shaving Stuff.com, Fast Food Fever!, GPS Lodge.com, ShirtSnob.com, The Cooking News.com, Liquor Snob.com, Really Natural.com, CheapFunWines.com and CriticalGamers.com are trademarks of Blogpire, Inc. and the respective publishers. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Release at: PR Web and Purchase Green Tags here...

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