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6 Ways To Connect With SitePoint

By Shayne Tilley

connectNow I know you all have SitePoint as your home page :) and check us out each and every day, but I’m equally sure you’re aware that the Internet does spread beyond the sitepoint.com domain. So I thought I’d share some other ways to keep up to date with the goings on at SitePoint and perhaps help you connect with fellow SitePoint members.

1. Connect with us on Twitter

Join over 40,000 other friends on Twitter and follow what’s happening at SitePoint, 140 characters at a time.

2. Join us on Facebook

We’ve just planted our feet on Facebook and our new vanity URL has just been made live. If you’re a fan of Facebook be sure to drop in and say hello. We’d love to hear what you’d like to see on our page. If you have an idea for a cool SitePoint Facebook app then be sure to let us know.

3. Join our group on LinkedIn

Like Facebook, our LinkedIn group is all shiny and new. And with a 150 members already signed up and more climbing on board every day, it’s a great way to get to know some members of the SitePoint community.

4. Subscribe to our RSS feeds

We’ve got a wide variety of feeds to interest all tastes. If RSS is your thing, be sure to check out the SitePoint RSS menu.

5. Listen to the Podcast team

We’re 21 episodes into our weekly podcast. You can follow the rants of Kevin, Patrick, Steven and Brad by subscribing via ITunes, or by checking out all the episodes here.

6. Sign up to our Newsletters

Finally, take a look at our range of popular newsletters covering everything from web technology, design and business, expertly authored by our talented writers. If you’ve not yet signed up they are definitely worth checking out.

  • http://www.starsites.co.za Jacotheron

    Currently I am following Sitepoint through all 6 of these methods. Keep up the good work Sitepoint!

  • http://www.lowter.com lotrgamemast

    They all say 1 in opera :S

  • http://www.magain.com/ Matthew Magain

    @lotrgamemast Oops, fixed. Thanks!

  • http://www.sitepoint.com ShayneTilley

    See that’s what happens when the marketing guy gets to play with HTML ;) — Thanks for fixing it Matt!

  • http://www.andrew-brundle.com andrew-bkk

    Great article

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