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THANKS READERS! Nearly 100,000 Uniques, 325,000 Pageviews in October

THANKS READERS! Nearly 100,000 Uniques, 325,000 Pageviews in October

THANKS READERS & ADVERTISERS for another great month – October, 2015 was our second-best month in the nearly 8-year history of The B-Town Blog, with 99,798 Unique Sessions and 324,713 Pageviews: Of... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Welcome BTown Web – national web design masters right here in Burien!

Welcome BTown Web – national web design masters right here in Burien!

Welcome BTown Web: National Web Design Masters located right here in Burien! You may have noticed a bold new sign while cruising around town on SW 153rd Street next to Angelo’s Italian restaurant.... [Read more]

Discover Burien launches new website

Discover Burien launches new website

Discover Burien announced on Monday (Jan. 12) the launch of its new website at www.discoverburien.org. “This has been a long time coming” said Andrea H. Reay, Executive Director of Discover Burien.... [Read more]

Residents can speak out, share ideas on city’s new ‘Connect Burien’ website

Residents can speak out, share ideas on city’s new ‘Connect Burien’ website

‘Connect Burien’ is a new public engagement website, brought to you by the City of Burien and premiering today – Monday, Sept. 15. “This interactive new platform opens the conversation about Burien’s... [Read more]

THANKS READERS! March Sets Record for the Blog – Over 90,000 Readers!

THANKS READERS! March Sets Record for the Blog – Over 90,000 Readers!

THANKS READERS & ADVERTISERS – March 2013 came in like a lion, and continued to roar all the way through for a record month for The B-Town Blog – which had over 90,000 Unique Visits and more than... [Read more]

SNEAK PEEK: Check Out Our Brand New Website Re-Design!

SNEAK PEEK: Check Out Our Brand New Website Re-Design!

by April Foo Special to The B-Town Blob South King Media is currently doing a major re-design of The B-Town Blob, and we’d like to give our Readers a special sneak peek of what we’re up to! Be... [Read more]

PHOTOS: The B-Town Blog Gets A Brand Spankin’ New Server!

PHOTOS: The B-Town Blog Gets A Brand Spankin’ New Server!

Many of our Readers may recall several recent (and oftentimes severe) Server issues with The B-Town Blog, which caused numerous outages and glitches, resulting in frequent frustrations (and um, many censored... [Read more]

Thanks Readers – Over 58,000 Unique Visitors to the Blog in February 2012!

Thanks Readers – Over 58,000 Unique Visitors to the Blog in February 2012!

We’d like to take a brief, self-indulgent moment to send a huge shout-out to all our Readers for another great month of traffic (enough to make us leap…) – The B-Town Blog had over 58,000... [Read more]

Society Of Professional Journalists Names B-Town Blog ‘Best Hyperlocal Website’

Society Of Professional Journalists Names B-Town Blog ‘Best Hyperlocal Website’

My Oh My! – Saturday night (May 21st) at Safeco Field, The B-Town Blog team hit a major home run when it was named ‘Best Hyperlocal Website’ by the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)... [Read more]

THANKS READERS – Over 60,000 Visitors In March, Our 2nd Best Ever!

THANKS READERS – Over 60,000 Visitors In March, Our 2nd Best Ever!

We’d like to send a HUGE shout-out to all our Readers, both new and old, who helped make March 2011 The B-Town Blog’s second most-visited month ever – over 60,000 Unique Visitors! According... [Read more]

King County Sheriff’s Office Launches New Online Reporting System

King County Sheriff’s Office Launches New Online Reporting System

On Wednesday (March 16) the King County Sheriff’s Office launched a new online reporting system for a variety of crimes, suspicious circumstances, and traffic complaints. To access the new service,... [Read more]

Check Out Our Newly Re-Launched Sister Site The SeaTac Blog!

Check Out Our Newly Re-Launched Sister Site The SeaTac Blog!

We just re-launched our newly-designed sister site The SeaTac Blog (special thanks to Code God Michael Brunk and Design God Todd Christensen), and we’re encouraging all our Readers who’d like... [Read more]

October Sets Traffic Record For B-Town Blog – Over 75,000 Visitors!

October Sets Traffic Record For B-Town Blog – Over 75,000 Visitors!

We’d like to send a GINORMOUSLY HUGE shout-out to all our Readers, both new and old, who helped make October 2010 The B-Town Blog’s most-visited month ever – over 75,000 Unique Visitors! According... [Read more]

THANKS READERS – Sept. Sets Record For B-Town Blog Traffic: Over 52K!

THANKS READERS – Sept. Sets Record For B-Town Blog Traffic: Over 52K!

We’d like to send a HUGE shout-out to all our Readers, both new and old, who helped make September 2010 The B-Town Blog’s most-visited month ever – over 52,000 Readers! According to Sitemeter,... [Read more]

THANKS READERS! March Traffic Record: 51K+ Readers & 102K+ Pageviews

THANKS READERS! March Traffic Record: 51K+ Readers & 102K+ Pageviews

March 2010 was a record-setting month for The B-Town Blog, with over 51,000+ Unique Visitors and 102,000+ Page Views, and like we did in 2009 (November, October, September and August, July, etc.), we’d... [Read more]

THANKS READERS! Another Month, Another Traffic Record – Nearly 50,000 Readers In November!

THANKS READERS! Another Month, Another Traffic Record – Nearly 50,000 Readers In November!

This is getting old (yeah, right) – another month, another record – for the month of November, 2009 The B-Town Blog received nearly 50,000 Unique Visitors, and like we did in October (and... [Read more]

THANKS READERS – Another Month, Another Record – Nearly 40,000 Readers For October!

THANKS READERS – Another Month, Another Record – Nearly 40,000 Readers For October!

October 2009 was another record-setting traffic month for The B-Town Blog, and like we did in September (and August and July), we’d like to shout out a huge THANK YOU to all our beloved Readers and... [Read more]

An Open Letter To KOMO And Fisher Broadcasting

An Open Letter To KOMO And Fisher Broadcasting

by Scott Schaefer Recently the B-Town Blog’s business model was soundly endorsed by Seattle’s KOMO/Fisher Broadcasting, when they launched numerous “local blogs” of their own. We,... [Read more]

Thanks Readers For Another Record Month! July Traffic UP +26%!

Thanks Readers For Another Record Month! July Traffic UP +26%!

Last month we thanked all our beloved B-Town Blog Readers for a record month of traffic for June, and now we’re here again to THANK YOU ALL again for a new record for July: 25,069 Unique Visitors... [Read more]

White Center For The Arts’ New Website; Next Event 4/18

White Center For The Arts’ New Website; Next Event 4/18

White Center for the Arts, the non-profit arts organization behind the Rat City Rummage Sale and open studio tours, just launched their website, which can be found at:

www.whitecenterforthearts.org.

Their next event is on Saturday, April 18th from 5pm to 10pm…

Final Print P-I Is Tuesday; Here’s A Local Connection

Final Print P-I Is Tuesday; Here’s A Local Connection

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009, will be the final print edition of The Seattle P-I, which is transitioning over to an online-only venture. The local angle for this area is that several P-I staffers live in... [Read more]

TECH UPDATE: ’09 Off To Crummy Start For Our Servers

TECH UPDATE: ’09 Off To Crummy Start For Our Servers

Quick technical note for everyone who may have experienced error messages or noticed problems with our site loading properly (or at all…) today: THE BAD NEWS: Our Servers have been acting up, and... [Read more]

Welcome Our Latest Advertiser: 3TreeMemories DVDs

Welcome Our Latest Advertiser: 3TreeMemories DVDs

The B-Town Blog proudly welcomes its latest Advertiser: 3TreeMemories Celebration of Life DVD’s! 3TreeMemories is a local homegrown startup business run by Pieter (Bruno) Hoolboom. Bruno has been... [Read more]

Wednesday’s Latest Weather, Closure/Opening Updates

Wednesday’s Latest Weather, Closure/Opening Updates

Carolyn Rosenfield found an easier way to get around Burien – by cross country skiing on SW 172nd in 3 Tree Point. Photo by John Naubert. 10:45am 12/24/08 UPDATE: The soggy rain transition period... [Read more]