New York, New York (PressExposure) February 26, 2012 -- The senior writer on the popular How to Be Gothic blog announced a total website redesign along with the addition of several worldwide Gothic resources links which include information on hundreds of Gothic night clubs and local community events from the United States to Toronto, Canada. The writers on the blog are excited about the new design and eager to begin engaging with the site's readers.
The redesign of the How to Be Gothic blog includes the addition of several new resources links to the famous Wikipedia Toronto Goth scene page which provides extensive coverage of the history of Goth in Canada and the national mainstream acceptance of the Gothic subculture. The Gothic fashions section covers the reasons behind the heightened increase in high school and college students wearing Goth fashion throughout the world.
The majority of the people who search the Internet for articles and videos on how to be Goth are mainly young people in their twenties who are trying to create an identity or simply want to join a group so that they can feel as if they belong to something. Psychologists say that there is nothing inherently wrong with young people who want to learn about a different way of living and thinking because it is a natural part of maturing and developing an identity.
After the completion of the website redesign the senior writer on the blog published several new articles on Gothic makeup and trench coat styles as well as a how-to article on Gothic makeup tips for people on a budget. Several new videos were also added along with the articles on makeup tips and Gothic fashion.
The How to Be Gothic blog is fairly new and it's doing well so far. People who have posted recent reviews on the blog have been positive with many people writing that the main attractions on the blog are the videos and pictures. The staff will continue to publish articles and produce videos according to the blog's editorial calendar which is managed by the senior writer.
The How to Be Gothic blog routinely publishes articles about Goth culture and what it means to be Goth for a very large worldwide audience. More than one million people a month search the Internet for information about the Goth subculture in the United States alone, worldwide more than six million people search for the information every month.