Black mold is a dangerous fungus that grows in damp places and spreads due to lack of knowledge. To combat this lack of knowledge, Your Black Mold Guide (http://www.yourblackmoldguide.com) was developed to help educate home and building owners about this specific genus of mold. Since that time, the website has undergone major upgrades that have dramatically increased its overall quality to better serve the consuming public.
Launched approximately eighteen months ago, Your Black Mold Guide is now a cyber-encyclopedia on the subject of black mold. “The site is not meant to be a book of scary stories,” says Kelsey Libby, creator of YourBlackMoldGuide.com. “We want to give people not only the facts, but also the guidance they need to combat black mold as quickly as possible.” To help visitors find information more easily, the site has gone through a total revamp in terms of design, navigation and content. The result is an Internet treasure chest of easily accessible material.
The website is divided into five content categories; each a source of information and advice about various aspects of black mold. Visitors are given valuable resources, such as what is expected by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) when it comes to inspecting, removing and preventing black mold in the work area. Similar information is also provided for other building types, such as residential buildings and schools. Libby credits the visitors of her site with being a major reason for the on-going improvements. “Our readers have made some great suggestions over the past eighteen months and we followed through on their advice. We greatly appreciate all the input we’ve received from these folks.”
Your Black Mold Guide is committed to educating as many consumers as possible, and like many internet savvy businesses, recently added social sharing buttons throughout its pages. “We encourage people to tell their friends about anything that is interesting and helpful on the website, says Libby. “Social networks are a fantastic way of getting the word out, and we make it really easy for our visitors to do that.”
More information and resources about the various aspects of black mold are available at http://www.yourblackmoldguide.com. The entire website is accessible to all visitors and provides current and accurate information on the subject.