3 (Free) Things You Can Do to Show The Love for AdventureParents.com
- Category: Dad's Dirt Roads: A Blog
- on Mon Feb 14, 2011
- by Mark Stephens on Mon Feb 14, 2011 - Add comment
If you've swung by this website more than once, I'm rolling the dice that you "get it." Just in case, let's clear the air with the elevator pitch for adventureparents.com: you don't have to abandon your appetite for adventure when you have a family. This is a website about the outdoors-folk who say, "I'm a parent, I'm not dead," and who find ways to make their aspirations of getting outside happen, and who want their children interested in (and hopefully advocating for) the natural world.
We're less about telling you what products to buy, and more about entertainment, inspiration, and a connection with people - parents - who might be a lot like you, have your same interests, share enthusiasm for getting near mountains by any form of human-powered adventure, and most likely have a fine set of Teva tans. Logging on to adventureparents.com should feel like arriving at a party where friends are stoked to see you.
If you're nodding right now, why not show the love? Here are 3 things you can do to make me smile today, and best of all they won't cost you a dime. That's how I roll.
1. "Like" us on Facebook
Right? So easy. With 500 million users, there's a good chance you're one of them - c'mon now, don't lie. Click over to our FB page and hit that like button.
If you already do, why not tell a friend about us? Next time you're posting a a status update on Facebook, just take a second to tell your buds, "I'm an adventure parent. www.adventureparents.com."
2. Subscribe to the RSS feed
Get the newest updates and posts as soon as they're live by using our feed. It's right here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/AdventureParentsdotcom
3. Tell us about something cool you've done with your family, we'll share it
It's pretty simple. We can't share it if we don't know about it. Sometimes I just stumble into interesting things and decide to write about them. Other times, people come to me. And it's totally cool to do that. Use this submit page: http://www.adventureparents.com/submit.html