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iba-news-subscriptions-15col.jpgEvery person is unique in the way that he or she consumes news and information online. Just as one individual loves email updates, another prefers RSS feeds. As part of the IndyBar’s ongoing efforts to increase the amount of relevant, useful content provided to members, several options have been developed to make getting your IndyBar news easy and enjoyable.

“Just give me what I want!”

Log in at www.indybar.org/account and click “Manage Your News Subscriptions.” There you can select your own personal news subscriptions from 24 different topics. You can visit this page any time you wish to update your subscriptions.

Once you’ve chosen your subscriptions, the latest articles from those topic areas will automatically populate in the “Your News” area at www.indybar.org/account. Don’t feel like jumping online to see what’s new? Your subscriptions will also generate a personalized IndyBar E-Bulletin, which will include summaries of and links to the newest stories in your subscriptions.

“I’m an RSS feed fanatic!”

For RSS feed fans, visit the “Interest Group” pages to find News areas on each IndyBar section and division page. Click the RSS icon to open the RSS feed and copy and paste the link into your favorite feed reader. To subscribe to the general IndyBar blog, visit indybar.org/news/blog/.

“I like to surf!”

Just want to check out what’s new? Browse the section and division pages under the “Interest Groups” tab at indybar.org to click through to news pages for each group. You can find general IndyBar news at indybar.org/news.

“I’m a social butterfly!”

Good news! The IndyBar actively posts on social media, including Twitter and Facebook. To get all of the most up-to-date news and info, plus links to resources and informative articles, be sure to follow the IndyBar on Twitter at twitter.com/indybar. Hop onto facebook.com/indybar to peruse the photo gallery, which includes hundreds of photos from IndyBar progams and events, plus get periodic updates and information by “liking” the page.•

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