We are very excited about this community expansion effort using YouTube. The goal of GoGreen.org has always been to offer an informational meeting and sharing site for green enthusiasts and those people new to green living.
(PRWEB) June 19, 2012
This week is full of changes for the rising green living informational site GoGreen.org. The site has decided to expand with a goal to offer community discussions, information exchanges and a meeting spot for services and green lifestyle enthusiasts. This expansion consists of several services to be announced later this week including the most recent community development opportunity through YouTube.
“We are very excited about this community expansion effort using YouTube. The goal of GoGreen.org has always been to offer an informational meeting and sharing site for green enthusiasts and those people new to green living. The visualization and sharing of ideas, concepts and how-to videos will not only build the GoGreen community but expand that community to reach a whole new audience.” Megan Coogle, Green Living Consultant with GoGreen.org continued to explain how this new opportunity will work.
“During the week of June 18th we will begin accepting videos on our YouTube channel from our readers. These videos can be about anything related to green living, sustainable living and off grid concepts. Any topic that is eco-friendly related is welcome. The video with the most views will be featured on the GoGreen main page and broadcasted to all of our followers within our social media networks. We will also feature the video in a personal interview on our article site and in our blog. This is a great opportunity for a small green business or green living enthusiast to gain exposure in the community.”
The open video call will be available to any individual, green business or green service provider. Full details will be available on GoGreen.org’s website June 19, 2012 at 6pm cst. For more information on this video opportunity please see the GoGreen.org article site or contact GoGreen by emailing megan(at)gogreen(dot)org.