We knew that people from around the country would be interested in a blog that spoke to their specific community needs and we're excited to have so many contributing bloggers, Greenspotters, and commenters.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 13, 2009
Build Baby Build, the blog dedicated to promoting a nation of Energy Locovores SM has launched a new site at http://www.buildbabybuild.com. The site includes more content, categories, interactive crowd source maps, and user-driven content about renewable energy. More than just a blog, it is a platform for supporters of renewable energy projects and community organizers in cities and towns across the country to find information, share ideas, boast about projects, and highlight best practices; the goal of the platform is to help shorten the permitting and development cycle and rapidly accelerate construction of residential, commercial, and municipal projects.
"I have been very pleased with the growth of our readership," says Ken Smith, Publisher and Blogger. "We knew that people from around the country would be interested in a blog that spoke to their specific community needs and we're excited to have so many contributing bloggers, Greenspotters, and commenters." In just the first three months of launch Build Baby Build has established a large and growing subscriber base, and a rapidly growing following on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Digg, StumbleUpon and other major social media outlets.
Stephanie Hicks, Editor-in-Chief says, "The growth of the blog has really exceeded my expectations. And I am so grateful to our readers who have added so much quality content. Ours is not a news blog but really a reader participation blog where people from around the country who support renewable energy, clean tech, and recycling projects in their communities can post and boast about their projects, add sites to our maps, and send images of projects in operation. Build Baby Build is becoming one of the leading online communities for supporters of wind, solar, geothermal, tidal, recycling, and other green projects and we're excited to offer this updated site for our followers."
The blog recently added Alexa Scordato as Community Manager & Blogger, Eric Wu as Online Community Facilitator, Gina Caruso as National Events Manager, and Dylan Harrison-Atlas as Events Coordinator. The blog is sponsoring a national Build Baby Build Week, support your local renewable energy project from May 30, 2009 - June 6 2009 - more information will be published online shortly.
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