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Sunday, January 10, 2010

Follow A Gardener's Notebook on Twitter

I am expanding my Twitter usage to include feeds for all of my blogs, so now A Gardener's Notebook has its own Twitter feed.

This will be the place for announcing new content on the blog as well as listing the shared items I mark in Google Reader and then tag with the word "garden". Not all of these shared items make it into the blog, so you will be seeing additional content by follow me on Twitter. You can also subscribe to the shared items directly, using the links below.

* Follow A Gardener's Notebook on Twitter
* View All Douglas E. Welch's Shared Items from Google Reader
* View Douglas E. Welch's Shared Gardening Items from Google Reader


Blogger jodi (bloomingwriter) said...

It's getting hard to keep up with all the social networking options we have, AND read other blogs, AND tend to our own, and and and...I think we're about to be assimilated.

1:03 PM  
Blogger Douglas said...

Thanks for the comment. I think you just gave me an idea for a blog post for my Careers in New Media blog.

It is important to remember you don't need to use Twitter, Facebook or any other methods of interacting with AGN (or other websites) if they don't serve your needs.

Don't feel you need to follow ALL the different sources, rather pick the one that works best for you. I only provide the others so people have alternatives in how they consume the content.

Myself, I tend to be a BIG RSS consumer. In fact, if a blog doesn't have an RSS feed, it is very unlikely I will read it. That said, some people live and die in Facebook, others Myspace and still others, Twitter, RSS Readers and more. One way I reach the biggest audience possible is by delivering my blogs in as many ways as possible and then letting the reader decide.

Thanks again for writing!

2:15 PM  

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