Power of the Internet!

I’m working on bringing this blog into the 21st century…

Though I like to think of myself as a rather tech-savy individual (I am of course the unofficial tech support/web developer for my department at work), some things take me longer than average to adopt. Like Twitter. I suppose I’m just not sure how tweeting fits into my internet experience. In any case, a little while ago I got this blog up and running on Twitter, with automatic posts so I can’t neglect it! Take a look at the Twitter feed in the right sidebar, and:


One service that has not taken me long to adopt is Pinterest. For the uninitiated, Pinterest is a virtual bulletin board where you can keep track of interesting images, links, and especially recipes. My own boards are a hodgepodge of food, crafts and zombie costuming ideas… and now all of my Made By Leah posts are up for your perusal and repinning!

Follow Me on Pinterest

I’ll admit it’s quite a thrill when one of my pins is repinned a few times, much more so when it’s one of my own recipes!

And now, dear readers, what am I missing? Is there some other internet treasure, some social media that I’m missing? Do you use Twitter and/or Pinterest for your food blog consumption? What do you think?

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3 Responses to Power of the Internet!

  1. Dann says:

    I get a lot of traffic from social news sites (Reddit.com and Hacker News) but that works for me because my content has a lot to do with tech stuff. If you can find a great social news site for submitting recipes, I’d definitely recommend submitting stuff there!

  2. Nicole says:

    I’ve had trouble adopting twitter as well. I keep my account only so I can follow or check up on certain things occasionally (mostly political stuff).
    I found an online collection of blogs in my realm (social work) and submitted mine there, which got me connected to quite a few people.

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