"We knew there would be a slight increase in traffic due to changes in certain content practices, but to find out it was an increase of 125% was more than we hoped for."
(PRWEB) August 04, 2012
In April 2012 the green living informational site, GoGreen.org, began a new endeavor to increase traffic on their site. In July of 2012 that endeavor proved to be worth while when the site ran their traffic numbers and the social media department reported a traffic increase of 125% to the site. In a recent marketing meeting the announcement of the increased traffic numbers was made by content manager and green consultant Megan Coogle. She released the following statement to the press regarding the traffic increase.
"We are thrilled that our endeavor, hard work and devotion to increasing the traffic at GoGreen.org has paid off. We knew there would be a slight increase in traffic due to changes in certain content practices, but to find out it was an increase of 125% was more than we hoped for. It is clear that our efforts to provide a consistent amount of content that is relevant, new and modern has paid off. We are pleased and will continue our current steps to keep our traffic increasing daily."
One of the steps that the content staff of GoGreen has taken to improve and increase the traffic to GoGreen.org has been to provide regular content. This content is centered on a theme each week that is chosen by the content manager and implemented by the staff. The chosen theme for each week is based on current events around the world that effect green living and sustainable living options. These themes are discussed in blog content, articles and guides found througout the GoGreen site.
Developments are underway for GoGreen to increase their traffic through video and infographics as well. The videos will appear on the sites YouTube channel on a weekly basis. Videos will be provided by the content team and will cover green living topics and how those topics effect readers. How-To videos and guides will also be available to readers in coming weeks.
For updates on current content changes and expansions on GoGreen.org visit them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter @LiveandGoGreen. GoGreen.org also has an RSS feed that any reader may subscribe to in order to receive the latest articles, content and press release updates.