DENVER, Nov. 17, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Social Life Network, Inc. (OTC:WDLF), a business social network and digital marketplace company with media properties in the rapidly expanding legal cannabis industry, is

pleased to report a significant rise in traffic numbers for The WeedLife Network’s website and mobile app,, in the days leading up to this month’s historic election. From November 1st to November 8th, Election Day, WeedElect’s traffic increased by nearly 100 percent to almost 60,000 page views per day.

“WeedElect was already averaging more than 900,000 page views per month,” said Shawn Tapp, CEO and co-founder of The WeedLife Network. “As such, we’re very pleased with this pre-election spike and see it as more evidence of the growing national and international interest in America’s marijuana legalization movement.” features daily updates on news regarding the politics of cannabis in the U.S. and Canada and is one of the more than 40 websites that are part of The WeedLife Network; a network devoted to legal cannabis organizations, businesses and consumers. also has a breakdown of marijuana laws in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, and information regarding local elected officials, cannabis policies and political races. WeedElect expects strong traffic numbers and new revenue generation from the sale of online advertising and content sponsoring from local and national cannabis brands.

“For the past year, people have been visiting for the latest news on marijuana policies and activism,” says WeedLife Network co-founder Andy Rodosevich. “Cannabis legalization will remain an important topic for the public and we’re committed to giving our audience the most comprehensive and latest news on marijuana-related politics.”

“Our traffic validates the Company as a both a thought leader and a destination in this exploding industry,” added Rodosevich. “And we fully intend to leverage both of these assets in the coming months for the benefit of WeedLife and its valued shareholders.”

About WeedLife ®

The WeedLife Network is a wholly-owned property of Social Life Network, Inc. which trades on OTC Markets under the symbol: WDLF.  Social Life Networks, Inc. is a group of free-to-use and subscription based social websites and marketing apps specifically designed to accelerate the growth of the cannabis industry and shorten the business learning curve for new companies entering the marketplace. More information can be found at


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