Like most of the Lib Dem Blogging community I am listed on Lib Dem Blogs. However I probably only peruse it three or four times a week to see what other people are blogging about. I generally check out other Lib Dem Blogs via their RSS feeds on my Google Reader or if I see someone post a link on either Twitter or Facebook. The other thing I use is LibDig. If someone has put a blog on LibDig then I pretty much always read it and also pieces that are put on LibDig often show up in the Golden Dozen on Lib Dem Voice.
The reason for LibDig is for Liberal Democrat members to share good pieces that might interest other Lib Dem members. So if you see anything good that other members might well be interested in then why not share it with many other Lib Dems who may have missed the piece?
First of all if you are interested in following the blogs that other Lib Dems have recommended then follow @libdig on twitter. Whenever someone submits a piece to LibDig then the twitter account will automatically publish a link to the piece. If you are like me and get a lot of your reading material from twitter then this would be most handy.
Now if you see a piece that you think other Lib Dems might like to read then submit it to LibDig. It is really very simple. Go to the website and login using your Lib Dem Account password. Then simply submit the URL via the submit’ link and put its title and a brief overview of what the piece is about and then submit it. Simples as the meerkat would say.
When it is submitted it’ll both draw attention to the piece via twitter but also for the Golden Dozen. There are so many good pieces out there that I miss and no doubt many of you miss as well so the more we can share the really good pieces then the better for all of us.
Here ends the blogging broadcast on behalf of the Use LibDig More Party.
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