Don’t forget the other ways to connect to Seattle Bubble!

It’s been a while since I last highlighted all the extra content and ways to connect to Seattle Bubble, so it’s time for another such reminder.

If you don’t have the time or motivation to visit the site every day, that’s okay. There are other ways for you to get your daily Seattle Bubble fix. You’ve got the RSS feed for blog posts as well as an RSS feed of just the comments.

If you prefer your inbox to an RSS reader, try the daily email updates on for size.

On the other end of the spectrum, you can get instant updates with every blog post as well as all the random local real estate news I find elsewhere online if you follow Seattle Bubble on Twitter.

One Reason I Hate Split Entry HomesMy favorite overlooked feature is the Seattle Bubble Flickr group, which anyone can join and contribute to. Photos added to the pool appear on the sidebar of the Seattle Bubble front page. The photo at right is one I added to demonstrate one reason for my hatred of split entry homes.

Lastly, don’t forget about the forums. I sometimes get a bit behind on approving new members, so if you sign up and haven’t gotten approved, just drop me an email.

I’m always interested in cool new features, so if you’ve got any ideas for additional stuff, let me know!

(P.S. – I still have a Facebook page for Seattle Bubble, but haven’t really done anything with it. I also have been playing with Google+ for my personal use and have had a few people say I should put Seattle Bubble on there somehow. If you know how that might work or have ideas that would be cool with Google+, drop me a line and I’ll see what I can do.)

  

About The Tim

Tim Ellis is the founder of Seattle Bubble. His background in engineering and computer / internet technology, a fondness of data-based analysis of problems, and an addiction to spreadsheets all influence his perspective on the Seattle-area real estate market.

5 comments:

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    Cheap South says:

    Facebook is good to link to new posts on the site.

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    ARDELL says:

    Awesome! Added the comments to my Google home page.

    Thanks Tim!

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    ARDELL says:

    The comment reader isn’t working too well…latest showing on my Google Home Page is a comment from the 19th. :( Any suggestions?

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    Lake Hills Renter says:

    Technology! Bah! I’m waiting for the printed newsletter to be snail mailed to me. =)

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    johnnybigspenda says:

    It would be cool to have a +1 / like / thumbs up / thumbs down button for all comments. It would help users find comments that are highly regarded and skip some of the others.

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