The Freedom Experiment Facebook Page

25/10/11

The Freedom Experiment is now on Facebook!

First of all, thank you so much for reading, thank you for every sweet comment, every e-mail, every tweet.

I absolutely, really, truly, love to write. I feel that when I write about something I’ve been thinking on for a while, when I send it out in the world, I’m really helping people. Inspiring people. Encouraging and enlightening people. (Please give me some feedback if you disagree with this). And you should know, that I’m not one of those people who are comfortable with sharing what they think they are good at. But when it comes to writing, I’m starting to get more confident. Which is a good thing.

Would you like to get my updates on your Facebook site?

And I love helping people. So it means a lot to be able to share my writing with the world. With you. And to be really transparent, I would like to increase my readership. Grow my tribe. You know, reach more people.

Would you like to help?

  1. If you like The Freedom Experiment on Facebook, you’ll get regular updates as well as quotes, pictures, thoughts and inputs.

  2. If you like The Freedom Experiment on Facebook, you can share links with your friends and help me reach more people.

Thank you!

Are there any other social media platforms you want the Freedom Experiment to be present on? Do you miss any social media buttons around my posts, feeds and/or e-mails? Any other feedback?

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Jules October 26, 2011 at 12:16 pm

I don’t use Facebook, nor do I use any Social Networking sites so I can’t help you out there.

Saying that, it’s hard to have a web presence these days without social networking. I’m currently writing my autobiography, hoping to be famous one day and need to get my name out there. It sucks!

Jules
http://andsuddenlyisee.wordpress.com
http://wordshakermag.wordpress.com

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Marthe October 30, 2011 at 11:52 am

Yeah, I’ve been staying off Facebook for a long time, mostly because I’m a little afraid of being seen.

If you really want to be famous though, it could be useful to use some social media to get your name out there. Just be selective and make sure you keep your integrity! Good luck with writing!

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Jane December 16, 2011 at 7:42 pm

I just stumbled upon this website when I was browsing on Pinterest yesterday and really love it! Your posts are so inspiring and encouraging. Every now and then when I read your posts I just had that click like I had that idea you wrote in the post but I didn’t get to do it last time, and must start doing it NOW.

I’m from Hong Kong but I don’t know if you’re aware that Weibo is quite big in Asia right now, especially the Chinese speaking community. Maybe you can give it a go? It would be great if we can get stuff like this out there in China as well, because a lot of the people still can’t get easy access to foreign blogs.

Jane

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