Corona, CA (PRWEB) May 14, 2010
Tapping into an always growing market is a great idea. That is exactly what has been accomplished by a new question and answer forum-style website, http://www.connectedload.com. Developers of this uniquely informative website offer a special free forum just for Energy Managers and their Suppliers. This website is Energy Manager centric, instructive and useful for those of all experience levels. The format is question and answer. “We have many users who have already contributed more than 100 questions, comments and answers that deal with one related topic: Energy Management,” says co-founder, Todd Olivas. Forum topics include: how to compare lighting systems, HVAC and lighting terms explained, tips on improving energy efficiency for rental properties, and other situations typically encountered by new or experienced Energy Managers. The benefit is that anyone can ask or answer energy related questions. Comments are rated by users in such a manner that the best ones remain at the top of the long list of comments. Popular topics like lighting product reviews, HVAC issues and upgrading energy systems are addressed by those with experience – Energy Managers and their Suppliers.
Topic tags make finding questions users want to know about easy to locate amidst hundreds of questions. Want to know what great advice other ESCO’s have? (Or what an ESCO even is?) This is the site for you! ConnectedLoad.com uses a point system to score comments. Users can earn, spend or lose points and build up their reputation for great answers and/or questions. For position and respect, users earn badge names like 3 digit club, 4 digit club, founding member or prolific member. Names are earned and points based on the user’s own scores, views, questions, answers and comments. For comments seen as inappropriate, there are penalties. Lose points or even become banned. ConnectedLoad.com wants only the best for their users! Easy registration is required. Once a user has registered, they may freely comment on other user questions or easily post their own. Comments are entered with popular tags so that other users can easily locate topics of interest. ConnectedLoad.com is a unique and useful resource for all Energy Managers and their Suppliers with questions about any aspect of being an exceptional manager of energy. For additional information or to join this interesting forum, visit the website at: http://www.connectedload.com