Good Oak News

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Getting Social

We've made a few changes in how we "keep in touch" with people lately.  First, I hope you like our newly re-designed website!  I think it looks great and it should be easier for you to find the information you are looking for.  If you have a news reader, you can follow this blog by clicking on the icon on our site and follow along with the news and information I post to our blog from there.

In addition to the Linked-In account I set up last fall, Good Oak now has its own Facebook page and Twitter account.  I hope to use the Twitter account to give people a peek "behind the curtain" so to speak, with a little more information about what Good Oak is up to and links to interesting information I come across while researching projects.

The Facebook page will have listing of upcoming events, photos of projects and wildflower (from our walks) and blog posts about relevant topics (also seen on the Good Oak website).  I hope we can make this Facebook site a place for us, our "fans" and clients, and native plant enthusiasts to interact.  If you are not on Twitter, the twitter posts will show up as "status updates" on the Facebook page.

Fhew, that's a lot of ways to get the word out.  I'll do my best to keep it all useful, informative and interesting.

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