As our readership continues to grow here at TNI, we just wanted to take a second to do a quick reset. For those of you who have been visiting us regularly for a while, you may have seen us do something like this in the past. I thought it might be a good time to let our newer readers know how they can keep up with everything TNI.
First, for those folks who haven’t been reading us for very long, I encourage you to go back through our archives and check out past posts. You can do this by clicking the links in the “Categories” and “Archives” links along the right side of the page. There you will find tons of great stuff we’ve written since we started.
For newer people that maybe don’t know, keeping track of what goes on here can be done in a variety of different ways. A large part of our readers just drop by the site everyday and use regular old bookmarks to stay up to date on all we have to say about being a part of the NASCAR Community. We thought we’d show you a few other ways to follow us.
RSS Feed: I think one of the easiest ways to follow us is by our RSS Feed. You can subscribe to our feed and get all of our updates using a feed reader like FeedDemon. You can also subscribe to our feed and get updates to your personal iGoogle or My Yahoo! page. Even Internet Explorer and Mozilla FireFox will check your feeds for you. Click here to subscribe to The NASCAR Insiders.
Email Updates: Another way to subscribe to the blog is to get updates via email. If you sign up to get updates in your email inbox, we will send you an email once a day with any new posts. It works with any email account. And don’t worry, we won’t spam you or give your info to anyone. **Note: If you sign up this way, make sure to complete the verification process through FeedBurner or you won’t get the emails.
Social Media: Into Web 2.0? So are we! The Insiders can be followed and interacted with through a variety of Social Media websites including: Twitter, Facebook, BlogCatalog, Blogged, BallHype, MyBlogLog. These sites allow you to catch up on all the latest posts from The Insiders and interact with other Insiders and NASCAR fans. With Twitter especially, we often do small updates from the track and give you small news tidbits you may not see on TheNASCARInsiders.com.
We are constantly looking for ways to better interact with our readers and would welcome any other suggestions. Both Journo and myself really appreciate everyone that takes the time to stop by and read a post or two, comment, and send emails. As the season progresses, we will continue to bring you unique perspectives, rumors, and the like on everything NASCAR. Thanks again!