A running theme in our content is the idea of cultivating community. We want to cultivate an online community of knowledge regarding the lifestyle.
(PRWEB) September 21, 2012
The content and social media staff of GoGreen.org has made several changes recently. The current changes concern content, reaching new markets and expanding to new readers. This content expansion has taken on several forms with the most recent being and expansion to EzineArticles.com. This expansion will offer readers with regularly updated articles and information about green living, sustainable lifestyle and green homes. Megan Coogle, the GoGreen.org Content Manager and a Green Living Consultant, discussed the expansion and what it will mean for the site and for readers.
“The expansion is part of many content expansions that we have planned over the coming weeks and months. This expansion will in no way take away from the content that is regularly offered on the GoGreen.org site. The expansion is an effort to reach individuals through different green living activism, channels and methods. We want people to know what we have to offer informationally for themselves and their families. We want them to experience GoGreen.org and get them talking.”
Ms. Coogle continued to state that the site has several expansions planned including expansions to other article sites and to some social media sites. She stated the goal of GoGreen.org was to reach as many green living enthusiasts,beginners and lifestylists as possible and to expand on what green living is. “A running theme in our content is the idea of cultivating community. We want to cultivate an online community of knowledge regarding the lifestyle. We want people talking, sharing concepts, developing ideas and creating a community of like minded green living.”
The expansion will occur during the week of September 25, 2012 and will focus on current themes related to green living. Some of the themes will relate to previous theme of the week topics on GoGreen.org such as Cob Homes, Green Homes and Green Home Building. The expansion will also be announced on the GoGreen.org blog.