Join Yoast on Facebook

I’ve been a bit slow on picking up on Facebook, I’ve had an account for ages but Yoast.com never had a Facebook fan page. My buddy Roy kept poking me though and telling me that I was missing out.

So now it has: Yoast on Facebook. So I would really like if you join me there, either directly through the link before or by just clicking Like on the widget in the sidebar below :)

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10 Responses

  1. Frank EdensBy Frank Edens on 23 April, 2010

    Great to see that Ray poked a bit. Facebook is getting better and better these days, so there
    has to be an Yoast fan page :)

    Frank Edens

  2. Jon Randall @ DigitalSignage.comBy Jon Randall @ DigitalSignage.com on 23 April, 2010

    I too have been a bit slow on the facebook. But no one should or can underestimate what is has the capability of doing as a tool for social ventures like the tippingbucket.org and others. It’s the surface of the iceberg.

  3. Frank Warwick @ Sitemaster.com.auBy Frank Warwick @ Sitemaster.com.au on 26 April, 2010

    I did it 2 days ago, must be something in the air (lol). I still have to do more work as it did not come across as clean as yours did. Maybe you can do an article on it for us.

  4. EdwinBy Edwin on 26 April, 2010

    I have been in Facebook for 3 years. Basically, adding people of the same interest and only accept request with mutual friends of more than 150 ppl. Last year, I started to learn about blogging and websites, and began to have a 3 more new accounts.
    The consistency is there, I manage in a way that different FB account serve with different purposes.
    Despite having seem to be good at facebook, I have yet to find the secret in social media to optimize my marketing skill. Most probably my interests is too diverse in FB, thus, causing myself too slow to pick up new things.
    Nevertheless, there is always more to gain and nothing to loose on FB. Indeed, for the past months, I have learn a lots of knowledge and information from other internet gurus and people of similar interests…
    I have added Yoast FB, so look forward to learn more from you!
    Cheers!

  5. Neil EdmondsonBy Neil Edmondson on 26 April, 2010

    Don’t forget to add a facebook “like” button to your blog / website – and one that supports xfbml.

  6. KenBy Ken on 29 April, 2010

    You should consider adding the Facebook “Like” button to you posts.

    That will definately help bring in more traffic (not like you don’t have enough already :P)

    The Facebook ‘Like’ button code for wordpress can be found here :

    http://pastebin.com/YC29ngJh

  7. Rinot AbeBy Rinot Abe on 3 May, 2010

    I’m realy interesting with this site and i’ve learn here a lot. Now, I’m working hard that someday i’ll have a great site like this. I already be yor fan now, thnks.

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