March 4, 2011

Twitter Updates


I have added a Twitter box in the right sidebar. I'd love for you to follow along with my quick updates between blog posts! I'll be letting you know what's going on here on the farm and what's coming up on my blog soon! Just click on the Follow Me graphic in this post or under the Twitter feed over there in the right sidebar!

3 comments:

Homeschool on the Croft said...

Now, I'm gonna show my ignorance! I've thought of Twittering, but I'm not really sure what it involves. Can I be a pain, and ask what it will involve for you? 'where' you tweet? where the readers read your tweets?

Are they really stupid questions? Actually, don't answer that, because I've just read them, and they are! But I'm going to leave them anyway!

KentuckyFarmGirl said...

Hi Homeschool on the Croft and no they are not stupid questions!!! The easiest way I know to explain it is to let someone else do it :) Here's a link that explains Twitter and how to follow someone. Hope this helps.

How To Follow Someone on Twitter

So to put this in a nutshell, sign up for a Twitter account and come back here. Click on the follow me button and you will be able to see my Twitter feed (over in the right side bar and on your Twitter home page) which is just a short little post/update of what I'm doing at the time or where I am. I can make these from my computer or my mobile phone. From your Twitter home page you can reply, retweet, etc to my comment.

Always feel free to ask questions! There are always other people wanting to know the same thing but are too afraid to ask!! I never thought about explaining it until I read your post so thank you!!!

Jessica @BeforeTheDawn said...

Following you now!

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For those of you who are new followers/readers, don't forget to check out the forum and join in on our discussions there.

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