Dawg Pound Daily named one of Cleveland’s Top 40 blogs
By Thomas Moore
Nov 16, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns mascot Brownie the Elf at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports
Dawg Pound Daily has been named one of the eight best sports blogs and one of the 40 best blogs overall in Cleveland.
Dawg Pound Daily has been selected as one of the Top 40 Cleveland blogs by 216digital.com, a Northeast Ohio-based web development firm.
The site compiled the list for a variety of topics, including music, food, politics, the arts, business and, of course, sports, writing that “Clevelanders love their town. They love to talk about it, too. Here, we’ve compiled a list of 40 great Cleveland blogs on every topic under the sun. Scroll, read, learn—then get out there and enjoy CLE.”
Here’s what they had to say about us:
"For up-to-the-minute Browns coverage, it doesn’t get much better than Dawg Pound Daily. With numerous posts per game, plenty of analysis, and a diehard fan attitude, this blog is fantastic."
Our sister FanSided sites King James Gospel, which covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, and Wahoo’s on First, which covers the Cleveland Indians, also made the list, revealing the strong presence Cleveland’s FanSided sites have among the area’s passionate sports fans.
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We’re also in some pretty good company, as other honorees include Cleveland Magazine, Scene, the Cleveland Museum of Art and Crain’s Cleveland Business, just to name a few.
As it says on our staff page, Dawg Pound Daily is dedicated to providing top-notch Browns news, views and original content. This site also serves as a community for like-minded fans to come together to catch up on the latest news and to discuss their passion.
Thank you to 216digital for naming us to the list and thank you to the Browns fans. It’s not always easy, especially when writing or talking about a team that hasn’t won a playoff game since 1994 and has had only two winning seasons since then, but we’re here because of you.