Keep Tabs on Autosavant With Twitter, Facebook, and RSS

By Chris Haak

11.26.2009

twitterPerhaps you’re a longtime reader of Autosavant; perhaps this is the first time you’ve visited our site.  Perhaps you came here following an article linked on Twitter.  Now, there’s a new way to interact with the Autosavant staff; you can become a fan of Autosavant on Facebook.

Becoming a fan of Autosavant on Facebook will allow you to keep tabs on what we’ve been writing about recently without having to check your feed reader or check the site for updates; Autosavant news and articles will just appear on your Facebook news feed.

We thought it might be helpful to recap the different ways that you might want to keep up with what we’re up to.

Facebook
To become a fan of Autosavant on Facebook, go to facebook.com/autosavant.

Twitter
Two of us are actively sending tweets on cars and the car business using Twitter.  Our main Twitter feed can be found at http://twitter.com/autosavant, and Kevin Miller’s Twitter feed can be found at http://twitter.com/autosavantkrm.  Kevin will be attending the LA Auto Show later next week, and between the two Twitter feeds, we should have solid coverage of the show’s happenings, including Kevin’s firsthand impressions of what he’s seeing and hearing there.  As the auto show circuit heats up this winter, we’ll be leaning heavily on Twitter for quick updates to our 300+ followers (and growing daily).

RSS Feed
Autosavant’s RSS feed can be found at http://feeds.feedburner.com/autosavant/PwvT.  If you’d prefer to subscribe via email rather than a feed reader, that link is http://www.feedburner.com/fb/a/emailverifySubmit?feedId=2336583&loc=en_US.

Autosavant New Car Reviews
In other news, we have more great car reviews coming up over the next few weeks.  We’ll be publishing a revew of the 2010 Subaru Outback with the 3.6 liter engine  shortly, and other reviews in the coming weeks will include the Ford Fusion Hybrid, Ford Mustang GT Convertible, and a Lexus IS 350 Convertible (didn’t you know that December was convertible season in the Northeast?).  Early in the new year, look for full reviews of the Ford Taurus SHO, Acura TL SH-AWD with six-speed manual transmission, and more.  The full list of new cars reviewed by Autosavant – and there are lots of them – can be found at http://www.autosavant.com/reviews/.

We have other changes and improvements in store for the new year as well.  Stay tuned, and please keep reading.  We wouldn’t be able to have as much fun sharing our love of cars and the car business if our loyal readers weren’t around to read our work, so for that, we’re truly thankful on this Thanksgiving Day.

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Author: Chris Haak

Chris is Autosavant's Managing Editor. He has a lifelong love of everything automotive, having grown up as the son of a car dealer. A married father of two sons, Chris is also in the process of indoctrinating them into the world of cars and trucks.

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