SOURCE: The Green Forums

The Green Forums

August 13, 2012 07:00 ET

Green News Site, The Green Forums, Partners With Page1 for Online Marketing

DENVER, CO--(Marketwire - Aug 13, 2012) - Green news site The Green Forums is pleased to announce a partnership with Page1 Online Marketing. The Green Forums selected Page1 to optimize and market their site for search engines. The Green Forums is an online leader in green news, forums, articles, jobs and more. Recent changes to the website include full site optimization, a new blog section and other online marketing efforts.

Andrew Bennett, SEO Specialist and Media Designer at Page1 Online Marketing, says, "The optimization process included adding content and changing features of each page on the website. We are happy to work with The Green Forums because of their commitment to online educational resources, green news and reaching out to new audiences."

The new blog section provides green tips and tricks for users. Popular blogs include "Green Destinations in Exotic Places," "A Green Party Primer" and "Energy Solutions for a Better Future." The blog section also reports major green news and other related stories.

The founder and owner of The Green Forums, says, "We added a new blog section to our site to reach more audiences. Media segmentation is occurring rapidly online, so in order to reach all types of audiences we decided to vary the type of media we produce. We not only moderate and post forum topics and articles, we are also creating free educational resources for those who are looking for more information on how to be green."

Their online forums are updated daily by administrators and users, so anyone can find the latest informative articles on anything relating to sustainability or the green movement. These forums are optimized with keywords so that search engine users looking to be green will be able to find the most relevant content based on their keyword searches.

Visitors can learn how to be green with The Green Forums by looking at their threads about green restaurant choices, travel destinations and jobs. The site also has extensive threads and conversations about global warming, causes and relief efforts, alternative energy, sustainable and off the grid homes and much more. Visitors can also view their Facebook page and Twitter feed by clicking links on their site.

The Green Forums has over 3,000 members and 9,000 posts. This growing online resource is free to join, and provides member-only access privileges, like posting content and comments. It only takes a moment to complete. For easier and faster registration, visitors can even sync their Facebook pages to the site's membership application. For more information on The Green Forums and green news, visit www.greenforum.com or visit their Facebook and Twitter social networking pages.

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