Re: [mythsoc] Re: MythSoc Blog
- Since I hate ads, I just pays my money and don't have to deal with ads
on LJ. Wish I could do the same with FB.
But yes, I will pick up on stuff and transfer it to LJ or FB when I have
time. Course a lot of the time Lynn has beat me to it.
And the blog does need to get Share and Subscribe buttons of it's own.
Currently the only RSS feed is a general one for the Website as a whole.
Which, subscribing to our main RSS Feed isn't a bad idea either, you get
news, blog posts, and reviews. :) I have it feeding to my Google Reader
Page and My Yahoo front page, so I don't miss anything.
On 11/23/2010 8:23 PM, Margaret Dean wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 5:23 PM, lynnmaudlin <lynnmaudlin@...
> <mailto:lynnmaudlin%40yahoo.com>> wrote:
> > Yeah, Lisa posted the info to LiveJournal this morning; I was up too
> late as it was and when I opened a LiveJournal window it was putting
> me through the mandatory advertisement, so I just went to bed! ;D
> I just slap those down mercilessly: close the window, restart my
> browser and go back to LiveJournal to read what I want. They never do
> it to you twice in a row.
> --Margaret Dean
> <margdean56@... <mailto:margdean56%40gmail.com>>
- FWIW, livejournal does import the full entry to facebook.I'd love to see just the excerpt link in facebook from Mythsoc, though -- I'd be less likely to miss entries that way. (I am not usually inclined to go to unique sites to read blog entries unless something prompts me to go there.)-AlanaOn Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 10:49 PM, <Joan.Marie.Verba@...> wrote:Yes, many people transfer their blog posts to Facebook. Facebook won't show theentire post, just an excerpt from it plus a link to the blog. Because it's an
excerpt, people have to go to the blog to read the entire post.
If the Mythsoc website is a Wordpress site, there are several applications that
will transfer the blog entries to Facebook. If it isn't, it still can be done.
(By the way, you can transfer LiveJournal posts to Facebook as well.)
Hope that helps,
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- I hasten to add that I provide the content but it's mostly Randy who provides the technical expertise. We decided to begin the barenaked blog ASAP, and gradually add the bells & whistles. Your Corresponding Secretary is game but her previous blogging experience was with much simpler system, so Randy's pretty much on his own for the fancy stuff. Stay tuned. Possess your souls in patience.Edith Crowe, MSCSOn Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 11:54 PM, lynnmaudlin <lynnmaudlin@...> wrote:
Edith Crowe, Corresponding Secretary
The Mythopoeic Society
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