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Topic # 105742 9-Jul-2012 22:17 Send private message

Hello folks

I have decided to start working on the Geekzone Facebook page and increase our presence there. We are now posting updates to the page with our latest forums topics, Geekzone Jobs listings and new/reviews items.

If you are using Facebook, it would be great if you could "Like" our page. It will be another way for you to get notified of updates (if you don't follow our Twitter accounts or our RSS feeds already).







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  Reply # 653270 10-Jul-2012 03:54 Send private message

Done

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  Reply # 653274 10-Jul-2012 05:54 Send private message

I am sure I would like it if I used Facebook :)

 

 



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  Reply # 653300 10-Jul-2012 08:12 Send private message

Does clicking 'Like' on a page actually help the company/service in any way?



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  Reply # 653301 10-Jul-2012 08:18 Send private message

It helps spreading the word about the site. There's no money involved in that.




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  Reply # 653646 10-Jul-2012 16:52 Send private message

Is it possible to split out the jobs from the news posts? Keen to keep up with news releases from GZ, but my FB news feed keeps getting hammered by job listings :-)



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  Reply # 653647 10-Jul-2012 16:54 Send private message

We had the news, jobs and forums there. I have removed the forums because that was a lot more than anything else - and repeated too. I didn't think jobs would be that much, as it only loads a couple of times a day.

Please let it be for a few more days and let me know how it goes when it settles down.





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  Reply # 653654 10-Jul-2012 17:03 Send private message

Done. ;)

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  Reply # 653778 10-Jul-2012 21:43 Send private message

I'm actually quite surprised it's taken this long.




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