Slowdown Showdown: RSS Versus Twitter

RSS 96x96If you expected highbrow SEO analysis, you may very well be in the wrong place: I can’t say I’m nearly hip enough to discuss the pluses and minuses of each platform – instead, I’d like to take this opportunity to remind you of the facilities of this blog: Firstly, our RSS feed is updated with each post made here, large or small, so if you want to keep in touch with everything, that would be the way to go.

However, if you would only prefer to be notified when we post original content – reviews, interviews, analyses and other major articles – then you could simply track us on N4G, where we try to get our original content submitted. You can actually help us out with that, as well as Diggs, by pressing the “Digg This!” or “Tips N4G” links below the post excerpts.

Twitter 96x96With our Twitter account, then, Nabeel especially attempts to keep on track of major announcements, more general industry-related news, various sales and discounts as well as other interesting things (such as Yahtzee’s Zero Punctuation!). I do tweet too, if less so - more about adventures and the sorts – so you will be seeing a tweet from me too every now and then.

As far as our Twitter mark-up goes, we have chosen to codify each our personal posts: Following three separate twitter accounts, after all, is far too much to ask from you at this point. Therefore, when Nabeel posts, he uses the prefix [NB]. I’m tagged [MZ] and Richard is [RS], respectively. It doesn’t make a world of difference, but just so you know in case you want to talk to us separately via Twitter.

Finally, if you want to contact us separately for whatever reason, each of us has a firstnamelastname@ e-mail address; Check out the about page for the rest.

This is all just so you know!


We got Plurk too. Just in case you dig that.

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