The ground-breaking network of websites and applications for legal marijuana businesses and consumers announces the launch of its latest app, designed to help cannabis dispensaries streamline and strengthen their online presence.

DENVER (March 16, 2016) – The WeedLife Network, a business social network and digital marketplace with more than 40 websites and app tools developed for the cannabis industry, announced today the launch of its latest application platform; designed specifically for cannabis dispensary storefronts across the United States.

TheDispensaryMap.com was officially launched in late 2013, to provide WeedLife.com users with a map and directory website for locating dispensaries, co-ops and collectives in their area.

“Since 2013 many of the people using our WeedLife.com social network have been looking for and sharing location information about their favorite local dispensary storefronts,” says Shawn Tapp, WeedLife’s co-founder and CEO. “They’ve also been sharing their suggestions with the network, and as a result of that feedback we launched TheDispensaryMap.com as an easy-access resource.”

As the website matured over the next two years, “it was clear that we needed to set it apart from similar sites like WeedMaps and Leafly,” notes Tapp, a 20-year veteran of the digital marketing industry, “by rebuilding the technology to complement their services rather than compete with them.”

TheDispensaryMap.com now picks-up where other cannabis mapping sites leave-off. It acts as a central hub for dispensary owners to list their storefront information and current deals. They can also monitor online reviews from their customers. So with just one point of entry, the WeedLife Network has streamlined a digital marketing exercise that would otherwise take store personnel many hours a week to complete.

“Our new dispensary application integrates with the top search and business directories across the web -- so when a dispensary submits their information throughout the month it is synced with more than 60 of the top sites; including Google, Yelp, Yahoo and BING,” says WeedLife Network co-founder and CFO Andy Rodosevich.

This new app launch, he adds, shows how The WeedLife Network is clearly living up to its mission, of providing legal marijuana businesses and industry professionals with a platform of flexible and evolving technology that helps expedite the growth of the cannabis industry.

“Our business model is to provide the cannabis industry with tools that help it learn faster and work more efficiently, thus helping the industry grow faster,’ says Rodosevich. ‘I think we hit the nail on the head with this latest upgraded application, especially when you consider how much time and money we are saving the typical dispensary storefront owner here in the United States.”

TheDispensaryMap.com is one of six popular mapping websites currently available on the WeedLife Network; sites that provide location information on cannabis dispensary storefronts and on branded marijuana products for cannabis consumers.

Tapp notes the network’s mapping sites get more than two million searches per month in the United States; but that figure does not include the tens of millions of searches each month initiated on Google, Yahoo, BING and other cannabis specific sites like WeedMaps and Leafly.

To get more information and pricing for listing your dispensary storefront on TheDispensaryMap.com, and the more than 60 other websites and apps that it powers, please call 1-844-420-4208 ext. #1 or visit www.WeedLifeNetwork.com.

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