4 ways to stay in touch with Tamebay
As you know, we’re here to help you stay on top of all the latest news and information that’s relevant to ecommerce SMEs, eBay and Amazon sellers, industry suppliers and the like.
But what you might not know is that we have put some effort into spreading the Tamebay word more widely of late and you might find these new outlets useful.
Many of our lovely readers find this invaluable. And you might want to sign up too. Here’s how. Just check out the Tamebay homepage, and on the right hand side, a tiny scroll down, you will see a box just like the one here.
Just pop your email address in that box and we’ll send you a daily email. Never more than one. We promise. And if you use RSS, you can find the feed there too.
Tamebay Mailing List
We also keep a mailing list of readers: we send updates and newsletters to this list. We’re not spammers. Usually one a week, sometimes two. It’s a great way of staying in touch with us. You can sign up here and download the guide at the same time too, if you want it. It’s very useful.
Of course, we’re on Twitter and auto-tweet everything we publish, when it’s published. So, if you sweet for a tweet, find us over there: @tamebay
We do much the same on Facebook, if you’d like to connect with us and stay in touch with us there. If you use Facebook, we live here.
We’ve been wondering about putting more effort into LinkedIn. Are you on there? If we connected to it, would you find it useful? Let us know.
LinkedIN? – yes this is a powerful networking tool. I have always been surprised you are not on there as an organisation. I will be the first to link to you!
Good to know. It’s just a time and resources thing. You know how busy things get and we cant do everything. But I’ll take a nother look at what we need to do to get linked in to LinkedIN.
I think an app would also be a good addition. I’m always reading bbc news on my iphone would be great to have Tamebay next to it.
Yup, an app is an idea we have considered and I know lots of people would like it.
The expense in the first instance is the barrier. ;o) But it might be wortn looking again at it as an idea.