Our readers are very connected, and delivering news via networks like Twitter and Google Plus keeps us on the radar when they’re not on the site.
(PRWEB) May 31, 2012
When GearHeads.org launched in early May 2012, its founders, Chris Riley and Uriah Nazario, committed to offering fresh, edgy new content about cars daily. Now, as the site grows, they’re setting their sights on taking over social media.
With the tagline “Auto News at High Speed,” GearHeads.org is a natural fit with the fast-paced world of social media , from Twitter’s constant scroll of small-bite headlines to Facebook’s thumbnail news links. In a short amount of time, GearHead.org has made an impact on social media, gathering followers and fans of the site’s frank, honest and often funny posts. “It really works well for us,” says co-founder Riley, “Our readers are very connected, and delivering news via networks like Twitter and Google Plus keeps us on the radar when they’re not on the site.” Most of the stories promoted on the social networks come directly from GearHead.org, which covers all types of cars from the US, European and Asian markets.
“We’re not afraid of a little controversy,” says Nazario. “We sometimes have strong opinions, and we welcome reaction to that, whether readers agree or not. But mostly, we try to be fun and informative, and our social networking style reflects that.”
Not just for hard-core car enthusiasts, GearHeads.org is designed for anyone with any level of interest in cars, from casual drivers and folks looking to buy a new car to mechanics and car industry professionals. There’s no edgier source for car information, news, reviews, and rumors. Access is free, and no membership or registration is required.
For more information or media inquiries, contact Chris Riley at chris(at)gearheads(dot)org or (479) 644-8280.
The team of Chris Riley and Uriah Nazario have built hundreds of successful websites on the premise that offering edgy, informed and objective information that people truly want must be a guiding principal – and not an optional consideration. Nazario, the website’s principal writer, has done everything from car sales to mechanic work, and loves anything with an engine. Riley, who handles the marketing and SEO aspects of the site, prides himself on an innate ability to wreck vehicles. Together, they’re a formidable team with a successful legacy – and some of the boldest, edgiest views on cars around. Learn more at http://GearHeads.org.