Seattle, WA, January 15, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Seattle based, Good To Be Green launches its site www.goodtobegreen.com on January 15th and upon its launch, will connect both commercial and residential consumers to the multitude of green building products and service providers that are available in the market. Their directory makes it easy for everyday homeowners and commercial builders to find the green materials and services they need to change their lifestyle and make conscious, informed decisions about green building materials and professionals.
Chidozie Bright, President of Good To Be Green, sees that there is a strong need for a resource that will increase the visibility of green building products. “The interest that exists in the green building industry continues to grow, which is why it is so important that a site like Good To Be Green is available,” says Bright. “We will drastically increase the accessibility of environmentally conscious products and services.”
Research conducted by the National Association of Home Builders shows that 45% of consumers buying new homes or spending over $10,000 remodeling were eager to include green building features, but only 14% were given information on their options. Good To Be Green will provide just that -- a much needed place for information about building green.
There are currently about 160,000 searches monthly, on Google alone, for green related products and materials, according to marketing research provided by Bright Spectrum, Inc. for Good To Be Green. Chidozie Bright states, “We anticipate capturing a minimum of 5% of those visitors in each of our first 3 months following our launch with a strong online marketing campaign.”
Consumers can search the site by product type and browse the detailed descriptions of each product. In addition, consumers can save listings to their MyGreenSpace™ account and contact businesses directly using their DirectLeads ™tool which makes it easy for them to send questions about a product or service and request additional information.