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Linda  Tagliaferro

This Site is Much More
Than A Blog

By February 15, 2014

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If you're new to my About.com - Long Island, NY website, you might think it's just composed of blog posts on the home page. Well, there's much more to help you find out what's happening on Long Island. Look near the top of the page and you'll see some tabs: Neighborhoods, Things To Do and Nature & Green. Click on these tabs and you'll be brought to a list of lots of articles on those topics.

Then look to the top left and you'll see Must Reads. Click on any of them to learn about some important events and venues on Long Island.

Just underneath that less-than-flattering photo of me, you'll see My Forum. Click on that and it'll bring you to a community of Long Island readers who share information and comments on neighborhood happenings.

Underneath that, on the home page, you'll see Browse Topic, which lists categories like Neighborhoods, Events & Festivals, Families Singles, Seniors and other topics. Click on any of those and you'll be brought to a list of articles that relate to those categories.

And don't forget to sign up for my FREE Long Island newsletter. It's on the right side of the page ... or just click here: Sign up for the FREE Long Island, NY newsletter. You'll receive weekly updates on goings-on here on Long Island, and you can unsubscribe at any time with a simple click.

What else is on my home page? On the right, in the middle, there are three great Long Island videos. Find out more about the Hamptons, Long Island Wine Country and other great attractions.

Thanks so much for stopping by About.com's website on Long Island, NY! Any time you want to get in touch with me about news, events or more, you can email me at longisland@aboutguide.com
And you can follow me on Facebook at About.com Long Island, NY and on twitter at twitter.com/aboutlongisland.
-- Linda Tagliaferro, Your About.com Guide to Long Island

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