Editor’s Note: Please welcome Dave Reed, the newest member of the Mondoweiss team! Dave is joining us as Manager of Community Engagement and in that role has updates below on the best ways to keep up to date with Mondoweiss.
As most of you by now know, Facebook has recently made big changes to how users see content from publishers like Mondoweiss.
The Mondoweiss team works hard to bring you high-quality coverage of developments in Israel/Palestine and related US foreign policy that you can’t find elsewhere. Through our Facebook page we connect with over 38,000 followers who help distribute our articles to tens of thousands more people. The changes Facebook implemented are expected to dramatically lower the “reach” our material enjoys.
Here are some easy steps you can take to ensure that you’ll continue to see the most important content from us:
1. Subscribe to one of our newsletters.
We publish a daily email newsletter that will get you caught up on key headlines from our site. We also publish a weekly round up of stories written by our publisher. Click here to sign up for one or both of our newsletters!
2. Make Facebook show you our content.
Follow these steps and you’ll continue to see our content in your Facebook news feed:
a. Visit the Mondoweiss Facebook Page.
b. Click the “Follow” button under our cover image.
c. Select the “See first” option from the Following button drop down menu.
3. Follow us on Twitter.
4. Like our Apple News channel.
If you use the Apple News app on your iPhone or iPad device, click here to visit our channel and like us.
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If you like the work we do, please share it with your friends, family, co-workers, and other networks through whatever social media channel you prefer. Our goal is to get this vital coverage out into the world to help build a movement for justice in Palestine.
Lastly, please consider making a financial contribution to Mondoweiss. Your financial support allows us to continue providing critical independent journalism on the situation in Israel/Palestine and the related US foreign policy.