Meet Socialholic Network

Socialholic Network Inc. is a digital media company with a collection of premium brands that delivers engaged audiences in over 15 countries.

We have an in house content development team that stays ahead of trends and consistently delivers content that is filling the need online for original, entertaining, and addicting content.

Our team utilizes social media platforms to guarantee that our brands have the furthest reach possible with over 30 million loyal readers each month.

Advertising Opportunity

Our portfolio of web brands offer advertisers exceptional opportunities to reach key consumer demographics. Just a few things that set us apart:

  • We bring social visitors ready to engage, share and buy.
  • Engaged users in over 15 countries.
  • Over 1B impressions/month and growing.

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Our Driving Forces

CONTENT
Premium, unique and tailored to individuals interested in food, entertainment, health and travel.

ENGAGEMENT
Rich, compelling user experiences that result in strong engagement and retention rates.
REACH
We reach millions of unique visitors and generates over 100 million pageviews monthly.
PLATFORMS
Our properties are responsive and optimized for every desktop browser and mobile device.

Our Content

Hitler’s French Bunker Uncovered Hitler’s French Bunker Uncovered Of all the things you could discover in the woods, one of Hitler’s bunkers is in the top three creepiest options. This is exactly what happened to a photographer / urban explorer named Marc Askat during an expedition through some woods in northern France. Askat stumbled upon this bunker while looking for things to photograph. He certainly found some interesting subject matter. It is believed that this building was one of the last bunkers Hitler used during the War. It was likely where Hitler planned the invasion of Britain.
These Lost Titanic Photos Will Amaze You These Lost Titanic Photos Will Amaze You The RMS Titanic was, and is, the most famous ship in history. The British passenger liner was, at the time of its construction, the largest ship in the world. It was the second of three Olympic-class ships built by the White Star Line, constructed in the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast and designed by Thomas Andrews. It wasn’t only the Titanic’s size that made it famous. On the morning of April 15, 1912, the Titanic sank into the North Atlantic Ocean after hitting an iceberg during its headline-making maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City. Approximately 1,500 people died in the accident.
One Foot In Front Of The Other: The Best Hiking Treks In Nepal One Foot In Front Of The Other: The Best Hiking Treks In Nepal You don’t have to climb Mt. Everest to enjoy trekking in Nepal – there are plenty of other options. The country is an outdoor paradise for hikers and offers impressive views of mountains, jungles, ancient cities, and various bastions of Tibetan culture. The more remote trails gives the adventurous a chance to explore pristine landscapes while popular trails allow visitors to connect with other trekkers. Regardless of what kind of experience you want, you can’t go wrong with the treks listed below.