Connect with Articulate on Facebook & Twitter

Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Community

Social networking sites are well on their way to overtaking search engine traffic. It’s no surprise, given Facebook’s astounding 350 million users, and that hardly a day goes by that it or Twitter isn’t featured in the news.

Why are sites like Facebook and Twitter so popular? Quite simply, they facilitate conversations, allowing people to connect with one another about topics of common interest.

At Articulate, we offer lots of community resources to get the most out of your investment in our software. We’re also all about connecting with our customers to offer technical and project support, and to share the latest tutorials, news, events, photos, and more.

We recently unveiled the official Articulate Facebook page, where you can see regular updates on what’s happening in the world of Articulate, along with content like photos from our Flickr page and upcoming events.

Become a fan today by clicking the below screenshot, then the “Become a Fan” button (after you’ve logged into your Facebook account):

Articulate on Facebook

Facebook not for you? No problem. We’re also active on Twitter. Our official account is hosted by Articulate Community Manager Jeanette Brooks @articulate — click the below image and follow us:

Articulate Twitter page

Following us on Twitter is a great way to learn about product tips and tricks, ask us questions, and see what other Articulate users around the world are doing with our software.

You can also get to know more than a dozen of the people behind the company by checking out the Articulate Twitter page, and following any or all of us.

Feel overwhelmed by all the social media resources? Check out Tom’s post: How to Navigate Social Media (and Avoid Information Overload).

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