"There are so many baby boomers, seniors and loved ones that are aware they may need assisted living but have no idea where to start. Our theme week is where to start."
(PRWEB) July 20, 2012
Baby Boomer and senior living informational site LivingSenior.com began featuring weekly themes for their blog and article categories just a few short months ago. This themed content has increased the LivingSenior reader base dramatically with increased RSS Feed subscribers and site visits each day. Through various discussions and inquiries the content staff made the announcement to cover the basics of assisted living and what their readers should know about the assisted living process.
"Our content staff has received several inquiries over the past few weeks regarding what to ask regarding assisted living services. There are so many baby boomers, seniors and loved ones that are aware they may need assisted living but have no idea where to start. Our theme week is where to start." This statement came directly from James Connolly, Marketing Manager of LivingSenior.com.
The theme will be present in the senior living blogs as well as LivingSenior's Senior Center, the article category of the site. Senior Center will have information for seniors looking at assisted living with a more serious eye. For families that have settled on the idea of Assisted Living the Senior Center articles will be the next step in the educational process. The blog will feature basic concepts of assisted living and quick overviews of specific topics that seniors and their loved ones may find important in their search for the right community.
The blogs for the week of July 23rd, as with all other blogs from LivingSenior, are designed to cultivate discussions and questions among the readers. "We want our readers to be comfortable enough to ask questions about assisted living, senior living and retirement. We want them to enjoy their time at LivingSenior.com and look to as a resource for their senior living information."
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