Washington Dc Advice Blogger Announces Innovative Website That Extends Community Service Hours To High School And College Students
D.C. based advice blog, HottywoodHelps.com announces an innovative website that lends comedic relief to average Americans and extends community service hours to high school and college students, leading to the release of an internet-based web series.
- Washington, DC-MD-VA-WV (1888PressRelease) July 28, 2010 - The site offers light-hearted words of wisdom to the growing population of internet users and allows readers to interact with the author of the blog directly. Features of the site introduce readers to a new era of blogger-reader interaction. Exclusive information and updates presents to subscribers an opportunity to receive one-on-one electronic consultation and scheduled chat sessions with the advice doctor; a "Don't Shoot the Messenger" service that relieves frustrated persons of their anger with amusement of facetious impertinent E-Cards; and bridges a literary cross-cultural gap through a host of writing contests, boasting winners as featured guest writers on the [HottywoodHelps.com] blog site.
The premise of HottywoodHelps.com paves a way for the release of the site's self-titled internet-based teleseries, which chronicles the lives of five office employees as they discover the untold story of the behind-the-scene truths of office politics and water cooler scandals - revealed to them through the same channels of humor and wit as the advice blog provides its daily readers.
The webisode will initiate a farcical and realistic approach to the inner workings of an office environment and inform novice working class citizens about questionable human behavior and personal work ethics of a functioning office. Hottywood Helps, the web-series will shed a fresh light on the diminutive market of African American screen writers and stand a firm ground on the new medium of web television. Through the assembly of filming, the webisode will also afford high school and college students an opportunity to receive community service hours, offering them a hands-on training experience of the pre and post-production process of a televised series.
HottywoodHelps.com was established in 2009 and is designed to offer both humor and witty advice to the growing population of internet users. It is best known for its blunt truths and comical outlook on given topics relating to every day people who face common day-to-day blunders. Over the last year, HottywoodHelps.com has produced more than 100 articles covering a range of subject areas - "How-To" Tips; General Advice; Office Humor; Dating & Relationships; and astrology spoofs, formally established as Hottywood's HORRORscopes.
If you'd like more information on this topic or wish to schedule an interview with Garfield Gardner, creator of HottywoodHelps.com, Cherrelle eLan, email cherrellerobinson ( @ ) yahoo dot com.