Surviving Antidepressants has a Facebook page, and @survivingads has a Twitter feed.
The first 420 characters, including the topic title, of new topics in the Tapering, Media, Events, and Symptoms and What Helps forums are automatically posted on the Facebook page, with links to the full topic.
The first 140 characters of new topics in the Media, Events, and Journals forums are automatically posted on the Twitter page, with links to the full topic. Usually, this is part of the title of the topic, with the link.
Topics in the Introductions forum are not broadcast, and never will be.
The poster's screen name is not published, nor are any of the responses to the topics, on either Facebook or Twitter.
Broadcasting samples of new topics enables guests on Facebook and Twitter to find Surviving Antidepressants through the Facebook and Twitter search systems, which are parallel to the large search engines such as Google and Bing.
People clicking on links to this site in Facebook or Twitter can view topics only as guests. They have the same access, and the same view, as anyone finding this site through Google.
Surviving Antidepressants on Facebook has drawn friends who are looking for tapering and withdrawal syndrome information. We have some members who have found this site through Facebook.
@survivingads has followers from mental health bloggers and organizations, various kinds of therapists, alternative practitioners, and just plain folks who probably are seeking tapering or withdrawal syndrome information. It is an important avenue to getting the word out about developments such as Dr. Belaise's study on prolonged withdrawal syndrome and is key in our networking with like-minded sites and blogs.
Edited by Altostrata, 21 May 2015 - 09:49 AM.