With the upcoming elections, political changes in legal changes that deal directly with senior living it is vital that we make sure our readers are aware of topics that concern them and we think this will be a wonderful way to do it.
(PRWEB) August 30, 2012
Starting the week of August 29, 2012 LivingSenior.com will be expanding their social media outlets through Facebook and Twitter. This expansion will consist of a daily spotlight on a senior living related story, baby boomer related story or news within the senior living communities. This daily spotlight will also touch on subjects discussed through LivingSenior.com's blog contents and their rapidly growing Senior Center.
James Connolly, network manager for LivingSenior.com recently spoke about the social media outlets used by LivingSenior as well as the upcoming Facebook and Twitter changes. "We have noticed for some time that are Facebook and Twitter outlets need to engage our readers more. With that in mind I have discussed the best options with our content team and we arrived at this expansion. The expansion will spotlight a current story, article or important topic within senior living, retirement living, senior communities or the baby boomer lifestyle. We realize that we have many readers who would not be aware of these particular topics if not for a Facebook or Twitter outlet bringing the topics to light. With the upcoming elections, political changes in legal changes that deal directly with senior living it is vital that we make sure our readers are aware of topics that concern them and we think this will be a wonderful way to do it."
The Facebook and Twitter spotlight will also connect to LivingSenior.com's RSS feed and any topic discussed through LivingSenior.com's blog, Twitter or through their senior center. The Facebook posts, Twitter feed, discussions and announcements will be conducted and managed by content and social media manager Megan Coogle. This expansion and new social media spotlight will begin August 30, 2012 and will run as a daily feature. Weekends will also feature special topics being discussed regarding senior living.
When discussing this expansion with content and social media manager Megan Coogle she had the following to say." This expansion is the best move for not only LivingSenior but also for our readers. Our number one concern is ensuring that our readers are kept updated on new occurrences within the senior community. This focus on Facebook and Twitter will not only bring to light articles of interest to our readers but it will also cultivate discussion and hopefully online community that our senior readers as well as their loved ones can turn to for up-to-date information.”