If you have a Facebook account, I'd really appreciate it if you could become a fan of the Art of Manliness on Facebook. When you become a fan of AoM on Facebook, you'll see updates from the site in your Newsfeed. If you like something we put out there, give it a thumbsup. Your Facebook friends will see that you "liked" something from Art of Manliness, and hopefully that will pique their curiosity and they'll come check out AoM for themselves.

Every little bit helps in spreading the word! Thanks for your help!

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As simple as this seems, how to share AoM on Facebook has eluded me for weeks.

Now I know. And knowing is half the battle. The other half?

Already did that a while ago. I appreciate the updates every day and I can share them with my friends too.
Thanks Robert.

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