"We show relevant green living information and projects that our readers can latch on to and implement into their lifestyles regardless of their financial or living situation.”
(PRWEB) October 12, 2012
Cob homes are at the pinnacle of green living home design. These homes hold several benefits for their owners including low energy costs, no mortgage, and no home that can be foreclosed on. With today’s economy and real estate market the idea of a cob home is seeing an increasing appeal. The content staff of GoGreen.org has recognized this appeal. In the past two weeks the GoGreen.org blog has consisted primarily of green home building and cob home concepts. The staff noticed quickly that the cob home aspect brought in hundreds of new readers and subscribers to the green living blog.
There was no one on the content staff as pleased to hear this as content manager and green lifestyle consultant, Megan Coogle. Ms. Coogle has been with GoGreen.org for a little less than a year and in that time has seen many aspects of the site grow in popularity. “We are a young site, but we are quickly rising to the top and showing that we have information that is current and relevant. We are not about concepts that people can only dream of applying to their lifestyles. We do not show off multimillion dollar projects or prototypes that are barely affordable or even available to our audience. We show relevant green living information and projects that our readers can latch on to and implement into their lifestyles regardless of their financial or living situation.”
This statement is clear with the latest of the content managers expansions and endeavors. The content team, in addition to themes of the week, will now be offering free comprehensive guides. “The guides are something we mentioned in a press release not too long ago. The latest in our free guide project relates directly to cob homes. We talk about the materials, construction and making the dream of owning a green home a reality regardless of your location in life.”
Ms. Coogle went on to say that these guides are available to all subscribers of the GoGreen.org blog. “All you have to do is subscribe to our RSS Feed and blog. If you want, you can also subscribe and like us on Facebook. Either way you will receive access to all our free blogs.” GoGreen.org can be found on Facebook at GoGreenOnline.