These guides may be made available to them for free for the duration of their subscription.
(PRWEB) October 19, 2012
Gogreen.org is a fairly new green living website. This website offers information on various green living topics that are relevant to beginners and green living and to those who are seasoned green living. In recent months, the GoGreen.org site has seen a rapid increase in readers as well as an increase in Facebook and Twitter followers. This is due in part to the relevant blogs and articles are posted on GoGreen.org on a regular basis.
The content team of Gogreen.org has taken this a step further by offering free guides on various green living topics. Most recently, the content team has offered green living topics on Cob homes, organic nursery design and how to save energy through green living. Though many more topics are on the horizon for GoGreen.org's content team, the team has decided to expand their free guide program to subscribers.
Megan Coogle, green living consultant and content manager for GoGreen.org recently discussed this expansion and what it will mean for readers. “The expansion to the free guide program for subscribers is an exclusive expansion. Though anyone could receive any number of our free guides as they are offered, subscribers will receive exclusive access to free guides and will be notified when new guides are coming out as early as two weeks before their expected live date. This is especially important for green living enthusiasts are looking for specific topics. Instead of scouring the Internet they will be able to obtain free guides to the topics of their choice simply by subscribing to the green living blog feed of GoGreen.org as well as to our Facebook and Twitter feeds. By being a subscriber they will receive updated information and exclusive release information of new guides. These guides may be made available to them for free for the duration of their subscription.”
Ms. Coogle also noted that these subscriptions are free. She said there had been some confusion as to whether or not the subscription required a payment of any kind. She stated that readers simply need to subscribe to the GoGreen.org blog which is a free news service like any other blog subscription. Subscribing to Facebook and Twitter is also free and the guides are free. In other words, this is a completely free service being offered by GoGreen.org.
For readers who are interested in the GoGreen.org free guide program they are encouraged to log into GoGreen.org, navigate to the blog, and subscribe to the blog through the RSS Feed. Subscribers who are interested in the exclusive free guide program should subscribe to the Facebook and Twitter feeds as well. This free guide program will begin during the month of November and will run indefinitely.