Subject: Bartcop on Facebook
I know you have asked before 'what can i do to
drive more eyes to my site?'
Well, one thing that Greg Palast has done is to
start a Facebook, MySpace, flickr,
and podcast link from his site. When he posts
an article on his site, a copy goes to
facebook (and i'd assume myspace, etc as well).
I found your facebook site, but haven't been able
to see it yet (just sent a join request).
Maybe you could change your privacy settings
on facebook so that you don't have to
be a friend to see the site (friend of friend?)
I did not know that was the case.
If you're already doing updates there the same
as at bartcop.com, well, you're waaay ahead of me.
If not, maybe you could copy/paste the page,
or an article with a 'read more' link back to bartcop.com?
I know it would be a lot more work - maybe there
is some software that will take a html page and post it
to a facebook account automatically? I've
only been using facebook for a few months now, so i'm
not sure - maybe you could ask on your page to
see if anyone has more experience?
I definately think you should have a link to your
facebook account from your main page,
and if you don't have a myspace account make
one of those and link that too.
Take a look at Greg Palast's site for how he
has his links setup.
Perhaps you could edit a "quick" or "best of"
Bartcop Radio for a podcast or youtube upload?
I think it would be a riot to have your radio
show on youtube - even if the video portion is just
images comics or bullet points rather than having
you be on camera all the time.
The more you can work your way into these socal
networks, the more traffic you should see.
At least, thats my theory.
Keep swinging the big hammer!
Leo, those sound like good ideas, but I'd need a lot of help doing that.
It would be great if someone posted text, toon and radio "Bartcop Best
on Facebook, but I can't do it
Time is my biggest enemy - there's no way I can keep up with things
as it is.
If we were bigger I could hire someone, but we're not there, yet.
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