Announcing Our Latest Sister Site: The Waterland Blog!

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We’re proud to unveil our latest Local Blog, for our southerly neighbor Des Moines:

The Waterland Blog!

It will be updated frequently with Local News, Feature Stories, History, Events, Photos, Videos, Webcams and more for this exciting and beautiful waterfront city of over 29,000 residents.

Here’s our press release:


LOL Dudez, LLC, the Publishers of The B-Town (Burien) Blog, announced today their latest neighborhood website for the city of Des Moines, WA:

The Waterland Blog (

“We believe that Des Moines is one of the most exciting communities around, and we’re striving to make this blog reflect that,” said Publisher/Editor Scott Schaefer. “While editing the B-Town Blog, I’ve noticed a lot of news and event information for Des Moines, so launching this website was not only logical – it was necessary.”

The Waterland Blog is the sixth local website published by parent company LOL Dudez, which was founded by Schaefer in Dec. of 2007; its other properties include:

“With the continued decline of traditional media like newspapers, coupled with the tremendous growth and use of the internet as a daily news source, it wasn’t a hard decision to create this website,” Schaefer said from his Burien office. “Our goal is to become the main source for local news, events, reviews, photos, videos and more for Des Moines.”

The Waterland Blog is also seeking Contributors who know the Des Moines area. Writers, Photographers, Filmmakers, and anyone who has anything relevant to the “Waterland Community” are encouraged to email Schaefer directly at [email protected]

They’re also seeking local businesses to Advertise and reach a growing, broadband-using affluent local audience. More info can be found here:

Currently, flagship site The B-Town Blog receives over 12,000 Unique Visitors per month, with a Nov.-Dec. ’08 growth rate of nearly 38%.

For more information, please contact Scott Schaefer at (206) 248-2565 or via email:
[email protected].


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