Gspot.co.uk relaunches with innovative new site

- Lifestyle magazine Gspot.co.uk has relaunched on the web with an innovative new website design and content.

- Lifestyle magazine Gspot.co.uk has relaunched on the web with an innovative new website design and content.

Gspot, which can be found at www.gspot.co.uk, arrives with a host of celebrity interviews from up and coming actresses, including Kate Beckinsdale, music stars, Moby and Lemmy, a raunchy piece on 70s porn and fantasy interviews with cult icons, such as Gerard Depardieu.

With online advertising being handled by DoubleClick Gspot boasts launch advertisers including Mitsubishi and Microsoft.

The site is developed and owned by web production company Hard Reality.

First launched on the web more than 18 months ago, the revamped site is being promote vigourously with a email marketing campaign to past members and an online banner advertising, with ads running on sites such as Uploaded, Maxim Magazine Online, Football 365 among others.

Vistors to the Gspot.co.uk as well as being able to take part in online chat will be able to browse 'John and Ted's Download Shed' where surfers will be able to stock up on outrageous and classic video and sound clips, games and anarchic art.

Online shopping deals have already been signed with The Internet Music and Video Store, which will allow visitors to buy CD's,Videos, T-shirts and other merchandise from your favourite band.

The site also offers a free GSpot.co.uk e-mail and GSpot.co.uk members homepage with the Personal Connections Group.

Future developments to the site are likely to include a number of other online stores enabling viewers to purchase books and clothing.





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