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How to Keep up to Date with The Rambles of Neil Monnery

By Neilmonnery

As The Rambles of Neil Monnery closes in on half a million views in it’s short 18 month life (on this server – I didn’t transfer the old stats over – doh) I thought I would post a blog just to point out the many ways you can keep up to date with the goings on here on the blog:

The easiest way to keep up to date is to subscribe to e-mail alerts. You can do that on the top right-hand corner of the screen. Just enter your e-mail address and you’ll get an e-mail whenever a blog is published (unless I override which I do every so often, i.e. if it is a guest blogger or other circumstances).

You can follow me on twitter. I tweet a fair bit mostly about politics or sport or TV – so pretty much like i do on this very blog. I will also tweet whenever I have uploaded a new blog post. You can follow me @neilmonnery

Another easy way is to like the blog on Facebook. If you do this whenever a new story is uploaded it will come up in your timeline like the below graphic. You can like the blog by clicking on the ‘The Rambles of Neil Monnery on Facebook’ box on the right-hand side of the page or by going to The Rambles of Neil Monnery page on Facebook and liking it there.

Rambles of Neil Monnery on Facebook

Example of Facebook timeline entry if you like the blog on Facebook.

I (like most other blogs/websites) also offer an RSS Feed service. You can add our raw RSS Feed to any RSS reading service. This is yet another way you can use to keep up to date on my latest pieces.

Of course the other way is to just keep logging on to the website. It is updated often with various rubbish that hopefully you’ll either find semi-interesting or worthwhile reading. I hope you enjoy the blog and I’ll endeavour to keep writing and hopefully entertaining or at the very least thought-provoking.


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