Social Media

A couple more quick things today:
Follow me on Twitter (though I’m new at it and not very active…): @SpeechLangPatho

And stop by my Facebook page for updates and giveaways!  Here’s the link.  I will be running a pirate themed giveaway when I reach 25 facebook “likes”!! 


By the way – does anyone know how to add my TpT store button (and other buttons) to my page?  I couldn’t figure out it for the life of me.  Help a newbie out?  Leave a comment or send me an email if it’s too lengthy: speechlanguagepirates@gmail.com

Comments

  1. says

    Hi and welcome to the world of blogging. I have recently found a number of great SLP blogs, and like you, decided it was worth a try myself.
    I'm glad to hear your focus is language. Sometimes I get more jazzed up about artic (I'm such a nerd when my kids can say their sounds for the first time after struggling) than I do about language, but it's so important.

    I'll be sure to visit to see what's on your mind 🙂

    Karen
    http://www.afvslp.blogspot.com

  2. says

    Thanks for sharing your blog! I love following all of these blogs. I am struggling to find your facebook page for some reason. I tried your link above and it just brings me to my home page on FB. I've tried searching for you through the search feature and through other SLP pages I follow, but no luck:( Any suggestions?

  3. says

    That's Ok! Once you get 75 Likes, you can give yourself a username. i.e.:Facebook.com/speechroomnews. I think you will be searchable after that. Can you look at your SLPirates page from YOUR personal acct. and paste the URL. I'll see if that works.

  4. says

    I've made a username (even though I don't have 75 likes yet). Now my page's link is facebook.com/speechlanguagepirates

    I will share the address on my personal page and see if I can post it to SRN's facebook page.

    Thanks for all of this support!

  5. says

    I think I may have just figured it out! Mind trying again? I unknowingly made my page “invisible” to people in the US (under restrictions) when I thought I was just saying that I was in the US… Ugh, I should have read more carefully!

    I think that will fix it and make it searchable, though!

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