We encourage you to follow us, and join-in the conversation, on the various social media sites. We know that nobody wants the same updates showing up in every social site they frequent so we are going to try something a little different with social media; every network is going to get slightly different content that plays to that network’s strengths so that you can pick which sites/content you like the best and avoid the redundancy that is so common these days.
There is, of course, a RSS 2.0 feed (now with full posts!) if you just want to get notified of new content in your feed reader (we love Google Reader here at Beer of tomorrow); we also highlight our favorite posts and images on our tumblr page: BeerOfTomorrow.tumblr.com if you prefer to see our posts that way.
We are @beeroftomorrow on Twitter, and we will tweet links to all our new posts, as well as various news items and other fun stuff. Twitter is the best place, outside of comments on individual posts, to join-in on the conversation at Beer of Tomorrow.
There is a Beer of Tomorrow Facebook page that will have our new stories posted to it as well as a place to see local and exciting events and great pics.
UPDATE 10/1/12: Facebook has changed the way Pages work, and they now require the owner of a Page to pay to be seen by fans, even if the fans haved “Liked” the Beer of Tomorrow Page. This means that you may not see some, or even most, of the content we post to Facebook in your news feed! We are working on some solutions, but until then if you want to see notifications about 100% of the content on Beer of Tomorrow, and not just whatever Facebook decides to show you, be sure to follow us on Twitter or add us to your circles on Google+!
The Google+ Beer of Tomorrow page will contain links to stories and videos that don’t make it to the main site and additional “further reading” posts if you want to dig-deeper into the things we are covering on the main site.
We look forward to hearing your thoughts on our social media style, and if there if are any sites that we are not on that we should be on.