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Find us on Facebook

September 17, 2009
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That’s right, you can now find IndyRetreats on Facebook. It’s simple. Our URL (that’s jargon for a web address) is www.facebook.com/indyretreats, or you can simply click the icon here…

So far, we’ve found nearly 20 of you there, but we know there are many more Pilgrims and Pescadores out there! If you’ve friended us there, or if you’re a follower of this blog, please send a link or friend suggestion to those in your community.

Let’s make full use of the Internet to remain connected. DE COLORES!!!

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Let’s see how far we’ve come!

March 29, 2008

Well, we made our first month a productive one. Since launching February 26th, we’ve managed to attract hundreds of interested Christ-followers and curious others. Our website IndyRetreats.org is now indexed with all the major search engines–Google, Yahoo!, MSN and Ask. We’ve been linked to by El Shaddai Emmaus CommunityIndy Tres Dias, INKY Via de Cristo and a Worldwide Cursillo directory. We’ve made treks across the blogosphere to leave encouraging messages on a number of different blogs (and received some kind words in return–see the comments below).

Additionally, we’ve updated the Kairos Retreat page (which someone took upon themselves to remove, so now there’s a small paragraph on this page) and added one for Tres Dias on Wikipedia. We’ve reached out to most of the 4th-day communities in Indiana, offering site links, palanca and other assistance.

About two weeks ago, we created MySpace and Facebook pages, as well. Anyone with an account should stop by and consider adding us as friends. We belong to a number of 4th-day community groups on both sites, which you can link to from our profile page(s).

We’ve been quite busy the last 30 days, and we’re happy to continue.

Our web hosting service is StartLogic and they are very inexpensive. And so far, they’ve provided adequate support. Any communities thinking of making a move, should look into them or contact me and I’ll walk you though the process. You should also offer your community a blog, like this one hosted by WordPress, so that people can stay connected, make comments/suggestions, leave palanca, etc. I can help there, too.

Well, that’s it for a one-month update. We hope to make many more connections over the coming months. If you have something to share, please leave a comment or e-mail me (info@indyretreats.org). De Colores!