"We felt this was the best way to help parents incorporate green living education with daily lessons for school and beyond."
(PRWEB) July 24, 2012
GoGreen.org switched up their content a few weeks ago to start offering content themes each week. The themes have improved and increased the sites reader base and have lead to increased RSS feed subscriptions and social media exposure. This weeks theme looks toward the upcoming school season with a homeschool curriculum theme for both the sites blogs and article categories. In a recent discussion with content manager, Megan Coogle, she discussed the impact of the theme week and the choice to move forward with a homeschool theme.
"The idea to move with a theme each week has paid off. We have seen an increase in our reader base. We have also seen an increase in our RSS feed subscriptions, subscriptions to our social media pages and inquiries from readers regarding upcoming topics. The choice this week to move forward with a homeschool theme was actually based on comments we have received from parents asking about ideas for green living and homeschool projects. We felt this was the best way to help parents incorporate green living education with daily lessons for school and beyond."
The homeschool theme will show in both blogs and articles. The blogs will kick off with ideas on how to incorporate green living and sustainable lessons in homeschool curriculum. The articles category will kick off the week with the benefits of incorporating green living and some details about each benefit. The remainder of the week will be devoted to projects, plans and discussions related to the daily project.
Each blog will appear at 10am cst during starting Monday and concluding the series on Friday. Articles will appear between 10am cst and 5pm cst in the degrees and education section of the GoGreen.org site. To stay updated on the blog or article posts and other news related to GoGreen feel free to subscribe to the RSS feed, Facebook, Twitter @liveandgogreen or on G+.