Never Miss a Notion
The Notion Factory is a blog where different people can post different ideas on a range of topics. There are many easy ways to find out when The Notion Factory has a new post up – and all of them involve very little effort on your behalf – these are just a few:
Facebook: If you are amongst the 500 million plus users of Facebook, you can find out when new posts are published at The Factory by “Liking” The Notion Factory. By doing this you will have new posts pop up in you News Feed as we publish them. The benefit of this method over other social media platforms is that News Feeds are generally slower moving – so you are less likely to miss the notification. These posts also tend to pop up in your Top News too, so you are able to see if a post was made earlier in the day.
Subscription: The WordPress subscription service means that anytime we publish a story at The Factory – you will be sent an email of the post straight to your inbox. That way you can leave the post sitting patiently until you have the time to read it – and it guarantees your won’t miss a post.* To subscribe, just use the “Subscribe to the Factory” widget on the left sidebar.
Twitter: Have you heard about Twitter? If you have an account, you can easily follow The Notion Factory Twitter account to get immediate tweets when a new post is published. This is a rapid way to find out about new posts – but if you follow thousands of accounts, our tweet may get lost in the masses – so it’s probably a good idea to use another method as a backup. You can also follow The Notion Factory Contributors List to see what our Authors are tweeting.
RSS: You can have a Notion Factory Feed pumped straight to you. You can couple our feed with your favourite software and aggregate it with other blogs and news sites you like to keep up with.
There are many other ways you can make receiving our posts simpler – but these are probably the easiest and most common. We hope you will use one or all of them – and we hope you don’t just read, but choose to contribute your Notions too.
*The word guarantee always needs an asterisk… there is no particular reason in this instance.