How to Subscribe to Site Updates and Share MSTA Info with Your Friends

It was great to see so many MSTA members and friends last night at the 2011 annual meeting. I want to follow up with you about how to subscribe to website updates and share website updates with friends and colleagues.

How to Get Updates Through E-Mail

Look at the top of the right column for “Subscribe and Get All Updates.” Enter your e-mail address in the blank field and then click “Subscribe.” A pop-up will open: enter the antispam code you’ll see, and then click “Complete Subscription Request.” You’ll receive a verification e-mail requiring you to agree that you want to subscribe.

How to Share Posts on Facebook and Twitter

Look at the bottom of this post. You’ll see a dark blue “f” Facebook button and a light blue “t” Twitter button. If you use either one of these social networks, just click on the button and follow through. (Note: you may need to be logged in to your Facebook or Twitter account.)

What We Post on This Site

We discuss all aspects of MSTA activities, including upcoming hikes, trail maintenance, updates on our activities to create new trails, and much more. We also include important information about what other groups and individuals are doing trail-wise in southern Siskiyou County and environs.

We Encourage Comments!

Look at the bottom of this post and all the others on this site: you’ll see a place where you can leave a comment. We love to have people respond and share their thoughts and experiences.

Encourage Friends and Visitors to Use the Site

Look at the menu tabs near the top of the site. The “Trails Guide” has directions and descriptions for most of the hikes in our area. Use it to plan your hikes, and share it with visitors. We also have a lot of other information about the MSTA in the menu.

Questions or Suggestions?

Have a question about how to use the site? Have a suggestion about a potential post? Please email me, John Soares: johnsoares99 — at — yahoo.com.

One Reply to “How to Subscribe to Site Updates and Share MSTA Info with Your Friends”

  1. I got the ball rolling right after I wrote this post. I tweeted it to my Twitter account (@TheJohnSoares, in case you want to connect with me there), and I also posted it to my Facebook account.

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