More info [13 January 2013]
I'm interested in finding out more about this idea and how it will relate to WeRelate's existing presence on social media. AndrewRT 16:21, 17 November 2012 (EST)
I would also like to stay informed about this, and see how I could help.--Jdfoote1 18:46, 17 November 2012 (EST)
I could understand both of your messages as a wish to join the Social networking team. If this is correct I will add you on the project page.--Klaas 02:55, 21 November 2012 (EST)
Activities [13 January 2013]
I just started to use the Twitter-option and made a few tweets for families who married 100 years ago and some person who died 100 years ago. This is just a start. I don't have that many followers. These are also retweeted on facebook and I did place also a few at Google+. Anyone who hits the link opens the WeRelate-site.
Further possible actions: the featured page, the contest these 2 regular changeing topics are good opportunities to bring more attention to WeRelate.
I have checked: we do have a Twitter account, last tweet: 28 May also a facebook page with the identical last activity, same date. The last activity on Google+ goes back to March! I think these are a few places to start with.--Klaas 03:16, 21 November 2012 (EST)
Jeremy: I just made you an WeRelate-admin at Facebook. You can from now publish the Brick Walls entries via facebook to reach a wider audience. I started to add the contests in facebook.--Klaas 10:09, 13 January 2013 (EST)
Ideas for posts [19 February 2013]
A few ideas for Social networking posts in addition to Brick Walls:
It might be cool to have a weekly stats post (if the information is available anywhere). It might include things like:
etc. -- Jdfoote1 09:46, 19 February 2013 (EST)
Tulloch in Westray [20 February 2013]
Just to mention I have shared this featured article on my Twitter and facebook accounts and had some discussions. Also shared on the 'Tulloch clan' group on facebook.
Is there any way that we can see the impact, e.g. page referrals from Twitter.com or facebook.com or even just a time series showing e.g. daily visits in the last month? AndrewRT 10:41, 20 February 2013 (EST)