(PRWEB) October 19, 2012
The content staff of LivingSenior.com has seen a great increase in reader subscribers to their blog and subscribers to their Facebook and Twitter feeds. This increase is in part due to the content management team and staff and their devotion to providing seniors with current news and topics that affect senior living. Through recent revamps to the website as well as revamps to the blog and article section of LivingSenior.com the staff has created new ways for seniors and their loved ones to stay updated on current news, events and new innovations in senior living.
In addition to these revamps of the site, the content staff has decided to expand their already growing guide program. The guide program offers seniors with the chance to subscribe to LivingSenior.com's blog as well as their Facebook and Twitter feeds in order to receive free senior living related guides on various topics. In recent weeks topics such as retirement planning and assisted living have been the focus. Upcoming guides dealing with in home healthcare, senior green living and independent home living will also be discussed.
In regards to the monthly guide theme expansion, the content management team and marketing team have been working tirelessly to create a monthly theme system that will work not only for the site but for the subscribed readers as well. In a recent interview, James Connolly the marketing director for LivingSenior.com, had the following to say.
“By providing a theme of the month to our senior living guide we are offering the chance for seniors to obtain specific guides on topics related to their individual needs. For example, currently the way the guide system works is that random guides related senior living are made available to subscribers of our senior living blog at LivingSenior.com as well as subscribers for Facebook and Twitter feeds. With the theme of the month, seniors will know ahead of time what guide topics will be offered and will be able to subscribe to particular guides. This will help individuals who are looking for specific guides and assisted living, home healthcare or other various senior living topics including preparing for retirement.”
The monthly guide themes will begin during the month of November and will continue indefinitely. The content staff of LivingSenior.com would like to remind readers that these guides are free to the public. In order to receive a guide on a specific topic, individuals will need to subscribe to the LivingSenior.com blog feed as well as to either LivingSenior on Facebook or LivingSenior.com on Twitter. A list of currently published guides will be made available through the LivingSenior.com site during the week of October 22, 2012.