We've seen a rise in hits (and slightly) in new users commenting so I want to bring this up and let everyone know how you can participate in FromTheRumbleSeat in the most effective way possible.
Register and Comment
Probably the most difficult part about it is thinking of a unique username that describes yourself. After that join our network and you're in! A great example of commenting is when we bring out our weekly blogpoll ballot. We need you to tell us where we are wrong and how we need to adjust our ballots. We take your opinions to heart and adjust as necessary. The more input you give us the greater the content we can add to this site.
You can use FanPosts to spark conversation about a specific topic that isn't covered on the front page. We try to cover as much material as we can but there is always some topic that seeps through. You start the discussion! These should be a little longer than FanShots and should bring up an issue you feel Tech fans would feel worthy of debating. Also, if we catch it in time we will try to get your post moved to the Front Page where everyone can see your entry and build the discussion.
These are links, quotes, photos and videos you feel should be shared with the community. Use these if you have nothing to add to them and don't feel they're worthy of a full FanPost.
Through the comments, FanPosts and FanShots, From The Rumble Seat should feel more like a community than just a blog. It isn't a message board or a radio call-in show, but it does allow you to join the conversation on and be a part of Georgia Tech athletics.
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Enhance the FTRS community by joining our facebook group! All you have to do is look at the right sidebar and click "like". And that's it.
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Spread the word!
Give us your input, spread the word about FTRS and help build YOUR community.