Keeping up with Poor as Folk

Beginning in January, Facebook will bring about more changes to that mysterious algorithm they use, which may even further limit the way Poor as Folk shows up in your feed…unless we pay Facebook to promote our posts which isn’t going to happen.
If you don’t want to miss anything, there are a bunch of ways to go about doing that!

♥ Over on the right of this page in the sidebar, there’s a button that says “FOLLOW” . You can use that button to subscribe via email.

♥ You can follow my personal account on Facebook HERE . I’ll share all Poor as Folk posts there and keep them public.

Follow me on Twitter . I share posts there as they are published. I suppose the invitation to follow should come with a warning. I talk a lot there about the same sort of things I do here plus a lot of other things – other social justice issues, my kids, my cats, my plants,my celeb crushes, how cold I am all winter long…
Some days, I kinda feel bad for people who follow me over there.

♥ There’s a Poor as Folk G+ pageI’m told no one uses G+ but in case you’re one of those no ones, it’s there for you.

Pinterest! There are boards there for “Cheap Eats”, the blog posts here, budgeting, and other things.

♥ I also do the Tumblr thing : Poor as Folk tumblr .Like with Twitter, I don’t just stick to poverty & food security issues.

Thanks so much to all of you for your support and love for the Poor as Folk blog! I will continue to try to make the blog and content as easy to access for everyone because YOU are all the entire point and what keeps me updating here.

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6 thoughts on “Keeping up with Poor as Folk

  1. I love your comments/blogs/etc. FYI – don’t know if anyone else is like me but I’ve just about quit following pages on FB if the company/person/etc has another social media option. I NEVER see any of my pages unless I go to the pages category. Few of them come into my feed – besides, it isn’t private or as private as other social media.

    1. WE ARE SOUL SISTERS.
      I wish there would be a mass migration from Facebook to G+. I don’t have very many active friends there. Like, maybe 2 people, so when I post there, it’s like I’m just messaging my 2 friends LOL

  2. Folks can also do what I do and put the blog on an rss feed reader. Not many of those left (G Reader was the big one, and after they killed most competion, shut down theirs), but these days I use Feedly for RSS. I get your posts as you post them, and can get to them when I have time. Plus, I do also follow on Twitter, but what I like about the RSS reader is the stuff will be there waiting to be read til I get to it. On Twitter, Tumblr, so on (which I do use), stuff just gets lost in the stream.

    1. YES! I use feedly and love it for the same reason. It’ll be there when I get to it and I can also browse according to how I’ve organized what I’m subscribed to.

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