(PRWEB) September 08, 2012
The green living informational website, GoGreen.org, has announced that they will be offering green living video guides and how-to projects on their YouTube channel. The GoGreen.org content management and social media team has been working tirelessly for several weeks to expand the site into areas that will work well for their readers. Content manager and green living consultant Megan Coogle recently stated in an interview that this expansion will begin during the month of September 2012. Ms. Coogle had the following to say regarding the expansion.
“GoGreen.org has been attempting expansions and publishing new expansions for over a month now. With a theme of the week showing great success in the numbers we are pleased to announce that we are moving into a video guide arena for our readers. Many of our readers enjoy reading the articles and blogs, however some need to see a more visual idea of concepts that we present in the blogs. We feel that this move on YouTube will help our readers visualize certain concepts and put those concepts into motion within their own lives.”
The video guides will begin during the month of September 2012 with how-to and hands-on videos of hearing at the rate of 1 to 2 videos per week. The videos will be announced through YouTube subscriptions as well as through Facebook, Twitter, Google plus and through other social media platforms used by GoGreen.org. The videos will be approximately 3 to 5 minutes long for beginner how-to projects. Projects requiring a higher level of skill will run between five and 10 min. long depending on the type of project and skill level. For the first few months beginner projects and medium skill level projects will be the primary focus of the you tube expansion. These green living video guides and how-to projects will cover various green living topics including topics regarding how to reduce utility bills and energy consumption in the home as well as how to do various up cycling and recycling projects to reduce waste and to offer new options for recycled materials.
Individuals who would like to be updated when new videos appear should go to the GoGreen.org YouTube channel and subscribe to the channel. Subscriptions will also be updated through the Facebook, Twitter and Google plus platforms. Video reviews are welcome. If you have a particular video, how to project or idea that you would like explored by the GoGreen.org content management team please contact Megan(at)gogreen(dot)org.