We created a simple User Guide for new visitors that might not be completely familiar with all of the social media features of websites like the Weekly Leader. If you’re an old hand at this, move along to the fresh content on the rest of the site and make it better by joining in the conversation.
How to Stay Informed
There are several great ways to stay informed about all of the great fresh Weekly Leader content.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication)
While at first glance this might sound complicated, as it’s name suggests it’s really simple. You don’t need to know all of the technical mumbo jumbo but just in case you want to, here’s a link to the Wikipedia entry on RSS. Better yet, skip that and just watch this short CommonCraft video that lays RSS out in plain English.
Another way to not miss anything new on Weekly Leader is to subscribe for email updates. If you gives your email, we promise that we will never sell, rent or share it with anyone. On a very rare occasion, we may use it to contact you about issues to do with Weekly Leader and/or your email subscription. We use Feedburner to manage our email subscriptions.
You can always bookmark or favorite Weekly Leader in you web browser; while this will not keep you up to date with all of the website’s content, at least you’ll be able to find us easily.
You can also use one of the great free online social bookmarking websites like Delicious.com and Diigo.com. In case this is new to you, here’s another short CommonCraft video explaining social bookmarking.
We use Delicious and you can find Weekly Leader’s bookmarks at http://delicious.com/weeklyleader; please feel free to add us to your network so that we can share bookmarks.
If you are on the micro-blogging platform Twitter, you can follow Weekly Leader there too. We use a service called Twitterfeed to send all new Weekly Leader posts and Delicious bookmarks to Twitter; we also occasionally post about breaking leadership news, thoughts and comments on Twitter too. If you’re not yet a Twitterer, then you might want to consider joining this free and easy communication service and “following” Weekly Leader. Invite your friends and family too. It’s a fun way to communicate and share information.
Here’s another short CommonCraft video explaining Twitter.