Cable TV, consumer publications and web sites take notice of Top Tag Pet ID.
Two days before its official launch January 1st, Top Tag Pet ID was reviewed by Evan Blass, the editor of Engadget. com, one of the web’s most influential tech blogs. Within a week of publishing his insightful analysis of our USB Complete-Care Pet Tag, thousands of bloggers and websites picked up on Mr. Blass’ review. Interestingly enough, many bloggers used the Engadget blog as a springboard to write their own appraisals. Near the end of January, more than 40,000 blogs and websites around the world sang the praises of Top Tag.
From this initial exposure, HGTV discovered Top Tag and called to say they were going to feature Top Tag in an early March segment of I Want That. Then articles began to appear in Pet Product News, an industry trade publications for retail pet stores across the country; Dog Fancy; Scanorama, SAS Airline Magazine; and Screen Fun Magazine in Germany.
In the next few months Top Tag Pet ID will appear in Cat Fancy, Bird Talk, Ferret Magazine, Dog World, Dog & Kennel and Dogs and Kids, just to name a few. Top Tag has only been on the market since January and in those short 90 days the entire world is beginning to sit up and taking notice.
They say “build a better pet ID tag and the world will beat a path to your door.” They weren’t kidding. If this early press attention is any indication of Top Tag’s potential, then Top Tag is well on the way to becoming a world class complete-care pet ID tag.