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Thursday, 06 June 2013 11:29

BioFire Fireplace Blog Attracts New Readers

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The BioFire Fireplace Blog has seen massive growth in its Cape Town and Johannesburg readership over the past 12 months.

Cape Town, May 2013: The BioFire ( http://www.biofire-fireplaces.co.za/blog/ )  Fireplaces Blog was launched a little over a year ago on the 11th of January 2012 and in that time has seen a massive increase of Cape Town and Johannesburg readers with a 100% month on month increase in readership since the beginning of 2013.

The BioFire Johannesburg Manager and company spokesperson, Mr Alex Wörz, when asked about the growth in the BioFire fireplace blog readership figures had this to say:

“Our fireplace blog has seen a phenomenal growth in readership over the past 12 months thanks in part to the great team we have working on it. But most importantly we think that it addresses the need for more localised content for people looking to improve their homes in certain regions around the country. This means that no matter if you live in Durbanville in Cape Town or Sandton in Johannesburg you can find fireplace images, advice and even current BioFire fireplace building projects in your town or region.” 

The BioFire Fireplaces blog covers a wide range of ever expanding fireplace, wood, eco-friendly heating and BioFire fireplaces building projects. To view the BioFire Blog please go to http://www.biofire-fireplaces.co.za/blog/

For more information regarding the blog and BioFire fireplaces South Africa, please contact Alex Wörz via email on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Press release submitted by Justin Atkins at WSI, Cape Town http://www.wsiwebmarketing.co.za on behalf of BioFire fireplaces South Africa. For more PR information, please call WSI Web Marketing Cape Town on 021-913 4382.

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