BizPac Review launched site improvements on Friday, taking on a new look that is optimized for our growing mobile audience.
Traditional web surfers who hit the site on a laptop or desktop will note that the home page now contains a self-starting video gallery featuring clips of original BPR-TV content as well as programs like the hit comedy for conservatives, “Tommy’s Garage.” This will be a fun addition to the news and commentary readers have come to trust. Stay tuned for more on this.
“Top Stories” and “Hot Headlines” sections will highlight the most popular content as well as link to trending posts and op-eds on other outlets.
Below, readers will find BPR’s “Latest News” featuring the day’s top stories which are updated in real-time as they are published. And scrolling down further, surfers will also see new news sections — Business, Politics, Humor, and Culture and Society — making navigation simpler for readers looking for specific content and topics.
Readers will continue to find BPR’s growing “opinion” section that includes many of the top conservative commentators including Larry Elder, Michelle Malkin and Ben Shapiro.
Throughout the redesign, engineers especially concentrated on building a clean, functional design for mobile users since they constitute the bulk of traffic for BPR. Readers logging onto the site via mobile device or smartphone will find they can easily scroll through the most current stories, columns, and navigation options, making for smooth transitions and ease of operation.
But getting a facelift is only part of what’s happening at BPR. In recent months, the site has partnered with We The People wine, a specialty brand dedicated to Conservative values.
“American exceptionalism, free markets, religious freedom and limited government are what we stand for,” the winemaker notes, adding that “a portion of the proceeds from each bottle sold will go directly towards supporting candidates and causes that reflect the values our community stands for.”
In addition to wine, the We The People Store contains an ever-expanding list of quality items including t-shirts, caps, mugs, and even emergency survival kits. Also, readers will find exclusive fashion designs by conservative podcaster and best-selling author Candace Owens and Newsmax TV’s Grant Stinchfield. And, as is the case with We The People Wine, a portion of all store sales goes to support conservative causes and candidates.
BPR has begun promoting a wealth of new talent and content including Tommy’s Garage starring host Tom Adkins, a comedy and variety program streamed online weekly now getting millions of views.
BPR-TV features commentary and humor from the Washington Examiner’s Will Ricciardella and our own Melanie Bennett.
And there’s more on the way. As BPR has grown in reach and influence, editors have continually searched for and identified new ways to reach an even broader audience. In the coming weeks and months, BPR will be rolling out exclusive content that will be as entertaining as it is informative.
Under the decade-long guidance of Editor in Chief and Director of Publishing Michele Kirk, BPR has grown from a concept to a dominating force in conservative media.
“We give you the straight scoop and provide news and insights for the patriotic American who unabashedly loves their country and refuses to be silenced. BPR has broken important stories that have been spotlighted on Fox News and on the Rush Limbaugh show,” the site notes.
“Our analysis has been touted by the top conservatives in the world, including Donald Trump Jr., Dan Bongino, Dinesh D’Souza, James Woods, Kris Paronto, Candace Owens, Larry Elder, and Sarah Palin.”
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