Denver, CO, July 19, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Cannapages.com has announced plans to unveil their newly redesigned and national cannabis business website at the July 28th AZMC Arizona Medical Convention. The Denver-based group says the the launch is due in part to a growing number of Medical Marijuana states and the unstable nature of the commercial industry created locally "overnight." The Cannapages.com 4.0 website will connect visitors through current dispensary technologies, as well as provide a platform for cannabis-related businesses to reach their growing clientele base.
"This website will be the culmination of everything we've learned over the last three years," said Senior Editor, Rhett Thompson. "Ultimately we want to provide a way for businesses to communicate with those interested in medical cannabis, and do it in a way that does not overwhelm with extraneous digital garbage. We believe in quality content."
Cannapages is a key sponsor of the July 28th event, to be held at Madison Event Center in downtown Phoenix. The company has also announced an open party for vendors and the public at the Rockbar in Scottsdale following the convention. Cannapages first appeared in Arizona last year when its branded directory was printed in Green Leaf AZ magazine, and the group plans to remain active in the state's emerging cannabis market.
The company teamed with Sigil Development in spring 2012 to complete the 4.0 project. While many features of the new site are still "top secret," Sigil Senior Designer Mont Brown said that grow stores and glass shops, as well as attorneys and doctors, will also see their online presence bloom through Cannapages. "We're utilizing home-made SEO algorithms and strong market research never seen before," he said. "This is the future of American cannabis."
Cannapages.com, which came on the scene as the Medical Marijuana industry exploded in late 2009, has grown from a small, family-owned directory into a tech consultancy complete with online news and reviews. “As patients, we first became concerned by dispensaries struggling to make ends meet,” said Thompson. “It wasn't until we started managing the dispensaries that their needs became truly apparent." Cannapages.com currently drives the web technology of industry groups like the National Cannabis Industry Association and their expert's guide to dispensary maintenance is due at the end of year.