SoccerNation News Internet Magazine Surpasses Two Million Readers

SoccerNation News, the Youth to Pro preeminent Internet magazine, continues its rapid growth in the market. The news site has surpassed the two million visitor mark, with over seven million pages read in 2012.
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Dec. 11, 2012 - PRLog -- SoccerNation News Continues Rapid Growth in Digital Sports Market

Soccer News Website Logs over 7 million Page reads in 2012

San Diego, Calif., December 11, 2012  – SoccerNation News,, the two-and-a-half year old soccer-exclusive preeminent Internet magazine, continues its rapid growth in the market.

Since its inception in April 2010, the sports news site has surpassed the two million visitor mark, with over seven million pages read in 2012. The site covers youth, collegiate, professional and international soccer and provides in-depth interviews and articles on a wide variety of soccer topics.

♦ The FACTS & NUMBERS: According to statistics as of December, 2012, SoccerNation had logged 7,460,849 individual page reads in 2012 alone. Bondware statistics show a total of 1,418,718 readers, with an average of 2,000 unique readers daily according to Google Analytics. The site has registered over 27 million hits in 2012.

“SoccerNation News’ readership has grown significantly,” says SEO Google expert Weldon Stanford. “Remarkable growth in an industry previously dominated by ESPN, FOX and No other soccer site answers the needs of the soccer family in America.”

SoccerNation News boasts a stellar lineup of contributing writers who cover the gamut from youth to professional. Among the list of columnists are Elite Clubs National League (ENCL) president Christian Lavers, former MLS player Daniel Jackson, Professor of Sports Management Dr. Dina Gentile, and long-time youth coach John Napier. Their insights into all aspects of the game provide readers with a unique perspective many rival sites cannot.

SoccerNation News unique format of youth to pro soccer news has been successful in the California market. A high percentage of readers come from the San Diego, Orange County and LA areas. Diane Scavuzzo, Editor in Chief, says that “While New York has consistently been our #2 market, with Texas, Florida, Maryland, Illinois and Massachusetts also ranking in our top ten, SoccerNation News’ editorials on Southern California youth soccer are widely read in our local area. If you want to know what is happening on SoCal youth soccer, you read SoccerNation News.”  

Plans to expand to cover additional youth markets depend upon funding from sponsors and as Scavuzzo says, “right now, we are focused on youth soccer market in LA to the border and need sponsors to help us provide more news for our readers.”

In addition to providing readers with the news they want, also gives advertisers excellent return on their investment. “SoccerNation has proved to be our top media partner because of unique content, out-of-box thinking and vision,” says Kristina O’Connell of Korrio. “The style of collaboration and execution are excellent and so appreciated. We are pleased with the quality of their readership and by the high ROI for both sales and branding.”

Over the past year SoccerNation has been on the forefront of providing soccer news to its readers. Working closely with U.S. World Cup and Olympic soccer stars and top coaches from the USA and the EPL (English Premier League) the site has covered Player Development vs. the Desire to Win, Top Training Tips, and Succeeding at Try Outs among other topics. SoccerNation News also covered the 2012 Veterans Cup, Women’s amateur and pro soccer, the 2012 NPSL Championships and the 2012 NCAA Division I College Cup.

SoccerNation also provides coverage on soccer clubs and individual teams, and information on nutrition. In December 2012, SoccerNation launched new series on the benefits of international travel for youth soccer players and the growing divide in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy between Major League Soccer-sponsored clubs and traditional clubs.

As 2013 approaches, SoccerNation News will continue to provide local, regional and international coverage of the world’s most popular game.

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