Did you know Geek Native has a Facebook page? Facebook Pages for blogs are the solution for people who are too busy to keep up with new post alerts on Twitter or who dislike subscribing to RSS feeds. The extra value of following Geek Native on Facebook is that the Facebook system is more likely to alert you to posts that your friends are interested in.
It’s not just a place to keep up with the posts here – as the page grows it’ll become this blog’s competition HQ.
The Facebook Page for Amy Ratcliffe’s blog is a run away success. It has over 2,000 likes and a steady stream of good geeky stuff.
The clue is in the title; this is the Facebook Page to like if you want to keep up with carefully curated comic news.
This Page is classified as “Society/Culture” in Facebook and that feels right to me. Here you will find a range of interests, from games to music and to movies, with ‘geek’ as the central theme.
The GeekTyrant blog is a powerhouse of this corner of the web. It’s very well done and very successful. It can be very busy though and hard to keep up with, even with RSS, so what’s the solution? Become one of the thousands who follow the site on Facebook – and let Facebook surface the most interesting content to you.
It’s hard not to be impressed with Sean Fallon and the Nerd Approved Network. The Nerd Approved blog is at the heart of it and this Facebook page is an easy and fun way to join in the fun.
The Secret DM is a gamers blog. Perhaps your co-workers don’t really get gaming and RPGs but perhaps you have a natural creative talent and need and outlet for it. If that sounds like you then you could be a Secret DM too. On this page nearly 500 people keep tabs with The Secret DM’s gaming centric insights.