(PRWEB) September 03, 2012
During the first week of September, LivingSenior.com will begin a new expansion to their social media outlets. This new expansion will offer a topic of the day. The topic of the day will develop according to the current news of the day or current issues. With the upcoming elections the content team of LivingSenior.com felt that it was important to bring up important topics and discuss them with in the senior living community. In a recent content meeting, LivingSenior.com marketing manager James Connolly discussed this expansion and what it will mean for the social media for LivingSenior and for the readers of LivingSenior.com.
"We strive to keep our readers engaged in topics concerning senior living. We want our readers and their loved ones to know what topics are important, know what questions to ask and be aware of situations that deal directly with them. In many cases we find that it is be 30 something or older child of a senior dealing with the issues and making the decisions due to their parents health conditions or other issues. In these cases we want the child to be as informed as the parents. Ideally we would like the thirtysomething or older child, in cases where their parents cannot view our site, be able to come on the site a topic of the day or a concern in the senior community and move forward educate themselves on that concern before taking the topic back to the parents. We feel that with our theme of the week, our rapidly growing senior center, daily current senior living news social media post and now are developing topic of the day posts we will be able to offer a full circle experience for our readers. They [readers] will be able to join us on Facebook regarding the daily topic and come full circle for articles, senior center and other topic outlets to learn more about the issue. They can then discuss the issue in our open discussions on twitter and on Facebook. We will also be moving toward Google plus becoming a more active outlets since many of our readers have started the migration from Facebook to Google plus. We'll also be looking at other social media outlets to help our readers reach us and us to reach them."
These ongoing changes and expansions have brought considerable growth to LivingSenior.com. The website has seen a tremendous growth in viewers, RSS subscribers and in social media subscribers. These changes will begin to take effect during the first week of September 2012 and will be the norm moving forward.