How to Follow Goat Hill History

I promise, I have the first real post with history in it coming tomorrow, but leading up to that I realized it wouldn't hurt to spell out how people can follow along and make sure they're notified when new content goes up.  You don't necessarily need to do all of these things, it mostly goes to which way you already consume other content.  However, it does help increase Goat Hill History's profile the more you Like or Follow or Link or Comment, so go crazy if you want.

GoatHillHistory.com is its own website, so if you want you can just type that into your preferred internet browser whenever you get the notion and browse around.  This is the old school way, and it still works, but obviously it suffers from you needing to think "huh, I haven't been to that site in days, I should probably go see what awesome things are happening".  That takes a lot of work on your part.

Alternatively, if you're a Facebook person, we have a Facebook page.  It's Facebook.com/GoatHillHistory.  If you go to that link, and then Like that page (the page itself, up at the top of the page to the right of the Goat Hill logo), then whenever there's a new post on the website, there's automatically a new post on the Facebook page, and it will show up on your Feed.  You'll get to see GHH updates right there with pictures of your grandkids and people telling you who to vote for.

If you're a Twitter person, we have a Twitter account, @GoatHillHistory.  Follow that, and it works pretty much the same as Liking the Facebook page.

There's also a Tumblr, but I'm going to be honest and say even I am not exactly sure the point of having a Tumblr page.  But it's there.  If that's how you roll, follow along at GoatHillHistory.tumblr.com.

Finally, the trusty old RSS feed.  This has fallen out of style, and if you don't already know what this is you can probably just skip this paragraphy, but I love my RSS reader.  There's an RSS icon on the Blog page of the website, over in the sidebar on the right.  If you're a cool kid like me who still rocks TheOldReader or something like that, this is vital.

Thanks for checking us out, and like I said up top, I promise real content tomorrow morning.