New Categories & Some Tiny Drawings Position The Blog As A Leader In A Global Pastime
MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)— Notshallow.org, the #1 rad blog where a hilarious woman meets her public, today announced the launch of its new look, a feature rich site â€“ a.k.a. NotShallow.org Version 2.0! As part of the re-launch, NotShallow.org now incorporates a social integration feature and categories designed to enhance the reader’s experience while also creatingÂ a fun, secure, and entertaining online blog-reading experience.
In a hundred dollar industry that triples with new blogs every hour, NotShallow.org is set to become a blog people sometimes read due to its forward thinking, constant innovation, and because they have time to waste.
â€œI’m excited to offer my fans all of these great new features and categories on version 2.0 with absolutely no expectation that they pay for any content whatsoever,” said NotShallow CEO Rebecca Collins. “NotShallow.org is poised to become the gold standard in the niche-less blog industry.â€
Re-designed and re-engineered to provide a more engaging environment, the new notshallow.org sets the tone for other blogs to follow by offering a social integration feature.
“You can totally read my Twitter feed,” Collins explained.
And, in alignment with her habit of sitting around trying to figure out what new stuff to put on the blog, NotShallow.org has expanded its category offerings with its â€˜99 Projects,â€™ ‘Look/See,’ ‘Simple Little Picture,’ and other totally radical ideas. Now there is something for 30% of readers.
â€œIn a burgeoning industry, I’m casually considering revolutionizing the blog experience and sort of lead the way by example sometimes because I continually think of funny or interesting stuff to post,” said Collins. “It is my hope that sometimes readers will comment on my blog instead of just spammers in Russia trying to push expensive pens.”
Look for new categories and features to be revealed in the weeks to follow.
Minneapolis, MN-based notshallow.org is not the #1 blog on the Internet. Still, it’s a fun read and way to kill some time. Notshallow.org has been built from the ground up to ensure that web users who stumble across it spent at least one minute experiencing a safe, risk-free, secure and ethical blog environment. You will see and read some funny shit.