ICYMI – we’re not sure how – Facebook has pushed the big red button today and prevented news pages from sharing content on their FB page.
And, as you may have guessed, this impacts us as well.
Not only can we no longer post anything on our FB page, but individuals also can’t even post links to our website. This makes getting music news across to Australians very difficult, especially at a time where live music is beginning to trickle its way back into our lives.
Don’t fret, though! Music Feeds content is accessible in a variety of different ways, so check below for other ways you can both stay up to date with the latest music news, as well as supporting us, during this trying time.
The Music Feeds Newsletter
Did you know that we had a newsletter that sends the biggest news stories straight to your inbox? If not, then surprise! Life is stressful – especially if you *ahem* rely on the world’s biggest social media platform for work – so let us bring the news to you.
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Twitter & Instagram
Music Feeds is also active and sharing content on your other fave social media platforms. The best place to keep up with news as it happens is over on our Instagram (@musicfeeds) and Twitter (@musicfeeds).
Now where will you comment 'who???' under articles about very popular artists? https://t.co/LLP8sj5SDp
— Music Feeds (@musicfeeds) February 17, 2021
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Music Feeds Home Page
Might seem obvious, but the most direct way to keep up with Music Feeds is to check our website itself! Our home page is always stacked with the latest stories, as well as features and interviews we think you’ll love! Click the Music Feeds header at the top of the page, or bookmark our homepage URL.