PoPville Named the Best D.C. Community Blog for the Third Year in a Rowby Jeff Scherer / Announcements, Partners / April 11, 2014
PoPville founder and editor Dan Silverman | ep_jhu via flickr
Once again, congratulations are in order for PoPville‘s Dan Silverman. For the third year in a row, Washington City Paper named PoPville.com the Best Community Blog in Washington, D.C.
As happy as we are for Dan, this comes as no surprise to us. PoPville has been a key member of our publisher network, bringing peerless coverage of local events to the D.C. area. Since 2006, Dan, a Rockville Centre native, has been covering such topics as quality of life, real estate, restaurants, bars, retail, architecture, gardening, pets, transit, and crime. The Washington Post once wrote that Silverman “probably knows more about the District than some beat cops.”
Neither will the people of D.C. be surprised by this honor. PoPville is often quoted as a source in The Washington Post, and this commitment to local reporting results in ever-growing traffic to the site: 1.75 million page views and over 480,000 unique visitors in March 2014 alone. It’s no wonder that Washingtonian magazine called PoPville the “King of Neighborhood Blogs.”
So raise a glass (or two) to PoPville! Long live the king! We look forward to you winning again in 2015.