"LivingSenior.com serves to offer as a one-stop research location for seniors and their families to become educated on the changes and developments in senior living and to obtain detailed information in one location."
(PRWEB) August 24, 2012
LivingSenior has announced several expansions over the past few weeks. A new expansion announced to begin the weekend of August 31, 2012 will offer tips and advice videos for baby boomers, seniors and caregivers. The city has will largely be in the style of slide show and answer board format. Although, several videos will offer voice-over explanations for various topics concerning senior living. These videos are scheduled to run approximately 3 to 5 minutes and offer quick advice and tips on commonly asked questions. The videos will also offer further information through LivingSenior.com blogs and through the LivingSenior.com senior center articles and guides section.
In recent expansion discussions with James Connolly, networking manager for LivingSenior.com, the discussion of this expansion and other announced expansions was offered in detail. Mr. Connelly had the following to say regarding the expansion." Each expansion that we offer LivingSenior.com is given as an option to help our readers receive updated and modern explanations for the questions they have. We offer guides, how-to explanations, informational blogs and articles on our site. However, sometimes individuals may be looking for quick answers or a visualization of the topic. This expansion to our YouTube channel will offer a well-rounded explanation for our readers. Not only will they receive a visual explanation to their questions they will also be guided to blogs, articles and guides that can give them more detailed information on the topic. LivingSenior.com serves to offer as a one-stop research location for seniors and their families to become educated on the changes and developments in senior living and to obtain detailed information in one location."
The city as a result of the content management team, social media team and social marketing team coming together in answering the request sent in by readers. With their readers in mind the teams work together to expand the site in the directions that the readers want to see the site go in rather than the direction a businessman wants to go in.
LivingSenior.com is always open to new suggestions from readers and caregivers. If you have any suggestions for blogs, topics or videos please feel free to send them to our content team on Facebook.