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Subscribe for Journalists

Posted on : 09-14-2011 | By : Vadim Lavrusik | In : Facebook, Online Journalism

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Subscribe is a simple way to broaden your conversation on Facebook with your community of readers and viewers, while reserving personal updates for people you know well. Your audience can keep up with your content without having to add you as a friend. They can simply subscribe. You can have an unlimited number of subscribers, and easily update them on-the-go from your mobile phone.
You can also subscribe to sources or other journalists to get their updates in your News Feed to keep up with the latest news. Also, with each individual you can customize what kind of updates you get from them in your News Feed.

You can enable readers to subscribe to you by going to the Subscriptions tab on the left-hand side of your profile, or by going to facebook.com/about/subscriptions. Simply click Allow Subscribers to enable your readers and viewers to subscribe to your public updates. Download the PDF guide below:
Subscribe for Journalists

Also, feel free to subscribe to me at: https://www.facebook.com/vadim

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