Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Mini and Micro, now on Facebook


Hey, guys.

So, I am experimenting with publicity and the like and so have decided to create a Facebook page for The MiniFridge and Microwave which can be found here. Please, tell me what you think of the idea and whether or not it would help you keep up with entries and the like.

I've been getting a really steady increase of followers, and I was wondering how in the world are you finding this blog? If you could tell me how that would be wonderful!

Other than that, thank you so much for trusting in this blog, even with its so far 3 posts. I really appreciate your support and your comments.

~The MiniFridge and Microwave

12 comments:

  1. Going around and commenting on other peoples' blogs is a good way to get publicity.

    —A

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  2. I found your Grilled Cheese! With an Iron! post through Tastespotting. Great photos, they drew me in.
    btw, You can track the source of many of your visitors with aps like Google Analytics.

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  3. Thank you so much, Arthi and Lisa. I will try to stay on Tastespotting and try your suggestions, as well!

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  4. I got here using Stumble!
    It's a cool little site you have started. Keep it up!

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  5. Well, I found you while I was Stumbling Upon and loved the grilled cheese with an iron idea! I'll surely keep passing by :)

    It's an advantage I have, I speak your language but you don't speak mine. It's a shame, we should all speak the same language so that we could read everything without agessss of translations :)


    Kisses from Lisbon ^^

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  6. Tastespotting eh? Will head to check out more then.. :)

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  7. One of my friends found it first and put it on their Gmail/Gchat status and I clicked and loved the chocolate cake. I'll be checking back!

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  8. Through Tastespotting.

    I saw "Grilled Cheese with an Iron" and thought, "Yeah, gotta try this."

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  9. Love the blog, Tastespotting lead me to your site via stumble. Being a fellow student i appreciate the subtlyties of microwave cooking!

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  10. Wow, that looks absolutely delicious! Great post, you did such a nice job presenting the pictures too...I am definitely going to have to try that recipe this weekend! Thanks :)

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  11. Hi 'Chris'! wow!! great blog! discovering it just made my day. How in the world do you find time to keep this up in in college?
    best of luck on future endeavors
    -'steve'

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