My Outer Bank Home Coastal Magazine in the Top 10

 In OBX Community

You go to work each day, head down, to do the best job you possibly can.  There are deadlines to hit, paperwork to get through, and payroll to meet.  At the end of that day, you look back up and often times the greatest reward is in the work itself, knowing you gave maximum effort.  Then one day you find out that you’ve been recognized for the work you’ve done, and it makes all the effort that much sweeter.

My Outer Banks Home Magazine, one of four publications published by Three Dog Ink, was recently named one of the Top 10 Coastal Lifestyle Magazines in all the nation by Feedspot.com. And we couldn’t be happier!  According to Mary Ann Williams, the top dog at Three Dog, “We are honored to receive this recognition, and I want to express my sincere appreciation to Feedspot.”

Several criteria went into the decision to determine the top 10 rankings including:  quality and consistency of posts, Google reputation and search ranking, influence, and popularity on Facebook and other social media platforms, plus a review by Feedspot’s editorial team.

Feedspot recognized My Outer Banks Home as “actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information.”

Ms. Williams again, “I would like to recognize our dedicated staff that works so hard to produce creative and quality magazines.  I’m very proud of all the hard work that they produce, and this recognition highlights that.”

So the next time you’re on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, pick up a copy at several distribution points, enjoy the digital copy online, or sign up for a free subscription.

You can find My Outer Banks Home Magazine online at www.myouterbankshome.com

Greg Smrdel

Greg Smrdel, while his physical body lives in Ohio (for now), his soul will always remain on the Outer Banks.

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