GoGreen.org Announces Their YouTube Video Expansion to Include a Weekly Question and Answer Session.

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The content and social media staff of GoGreen.org is excited to announce the upcoming expansion of their YouTube channel. This expansion will include a regularly scheduled question and answer video. The questions will be from GoGreen.org readers, Facebook followers and Twitter users. Special spotlight will be given to GoGreen.org readers using the Google Plus, also known as the G+, platform.

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"A visual approach to the answer is a better option that will convey the answer to our readers directly.”

During the week of August 20 the content staff of GoGreen.org will be expanding their YouTube channel. This expansion will include a question and answer session held by content manager Megan Coogle. The video will be approximately 5 to 6 minutes long and will answer questions sent in by GoGreen.org readers. The questions will include questions placed on the GoGreen blogs, Facebook posts, Twitter Feed, and Google Plus circles.

“We have been looking for the best way to answer questions we receive from readers. We tried to answer them through our daily blog and article sections. This worked for a time, but as people turn on their minds to green living and find that it is not just about cleaning with vinegar and water we decided we needed a new method. The best method we have found is to create a question and answer video series.” This was the recent statement made by green consultant and content manager Megan Coogle.

The steps in this expansion process will begin with questions that have already been sent in through blogs, Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus. Ms. Coogle stated the questions will be sectioned into topics and the first set of videos will attempt to answer questions within a topic as thoroughly as possible. Each week a specific topic and questions related to that topic will be covered. The goal is to not only provide answers to readers, but to also provide answers to the green living community as well.

“A question is important and should receive a validated complete answer. That is what we are attempting to do with this expansion. We could answer in writing, and have been doing so, but sometimes meaning is lost in translation. A visual approach to the answer is a better option that will convey the answer to our readers directly.”

For more information about the question and answer expansion or to enter a question you may follow GoGreen on Facebook, on Twitter by subscribing to @liveandgogreen or by emailing megan@gogreen.org.

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