Weekly Reminder – Best Ways to Get More iPad Insight

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Yup, this is just another quick reminder post – on the best ways to follow your favorite iPad site.

Check out (and Like) our Facebook page:

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Our Facebook page is here: http://on.fb.me/jtjHbX. We post article links there as well, along with photos and screencaps of latest apps and accessories reviewed.  You can also like our Facebook page via the widget near the bottom of our right sidebar. I’m going to start doing a lot more promo code giveaways via the Facebook page – so it’s well worth keeping an eye on, and hopefully you can give it a Like while you’re there.

 

Subscribe to our RSS feed:

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Our RSS feed is: http://feeds.feedburner.com/JustAnotherIpadBlog. You can just click on the handsome little button for it at the top of our right sidebar and add it to your favorite RSS reader app so you never miss any of our great app reviews, iPad tips, or iPad accessory reviews.

Follow us on Twitter:

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Our Twitter account is @iPadInsightBlog – follow us for links to latest articles and occasional NBA and general sports trash talking and such, or gloating about how great a town Austin is.

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You can also add us to your iPad or iPhone home screens, for quick single tap access, by just browsing to iPad Insight, tapping the standard Share button, and tapping on the ‘Add to Home Screen’ item.

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For those of you who are on Google+, you can find me there as Patrick Jordan.

I’m doing this ‘blogging thing’ pretty much full-time now, so if any of you would like to support those efforts or feel this site is worthy of a small donation, there’s also a handy PayPal Donate button just a little farther down the sidebar than the Facebook widget.

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If you’re a user of the superb Flipboard iPad magazine, it’s now even easier to find us on there too. iPad Insight is featured in the Tech & Science section and we’re the first recommended site of you search for iPad.

Hope everybody’s weekend is going great.


Patrick Jordan

Founder and Editor in Chief of iPad Insight. Husband, father to a lovely daughter, Commander of the Armies of the North, dog lover (especially Labs), Austinite, former Londoner, IT consultant, huge sports nut, iPad and mobile tech blogger, mobile apps junkie.

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