The blog is a way to convey the information that I have on my site in greater detail
Snyder, TX (PRWEB) December 11, 2008
While most popular websites that are on the internet have little more to offer than pictures of cats with silly block lettering and search engines, there are a few sites that actually offer people a product to help them enrich their lives.
Visionary, Mary Gill, founded http://www.MLG123.com, an online resource for information about Goji juice. "My desire is to add value to each person's life with kindness, love, integrity and giving good service and providing access to optimal, natural plant derived food supplements, including the GoChi juice," explained Gill.
Gill launched the site in September 2008 and, already, she has built several helpful resources into the site regarding the positive aspects of Goji, the all natural plant from the Himalayas that has been traced to successful health. Even with all her sources, Gill plans on adding more.
"Right now we have GoChi 3, a new energy drink product," she said. "There will also be a few more home and personal care products that will be added to the website at a later date."
In addition to the new items on her site, Gill has also added http://www.GoChiJuiceHealthblog.com, a blog that expounds on the positive aspects of the Goji berry and GoChi juice.
"The blog is a way to convey the information that I have on my site in greater detail," said Gill. "While my site is very informative, the blog gives the reader a chance to go through personal anecdotes from other people, as well as the ability to comment about their experiences with Goji."
While more and more websites pop up everyday on the internet everyday, whether they're dedicated to celebrity gossip for funny animal pictures, people can rest assure that thanks to concerned people like Mary Gill, they can find at least one URL that will help, rather than hurt.
About the Company:
MLG123.com is a part of MLG Unlimited, which is owned and operated by Mary Gill. The company donates to several charitable organizations including Goji Kids and Manna-Relief and God's Learning Channel.