In the latter part of 2010, when our tech guy, responsible for all the technical and graphical work for this site, first set up Faith and Heritage, he also set up a F&H Twitter account, linking the website to it so that whenever something was posted here, it would also get tweeted. After that, the Twitter account was basically ignored to the point that for the past three years, neither I nor the tech guy even remembered the email and password combination. My focus was primarily on interaction with the authors, answering messages to our contact form, and keeping the F&H Facebook page updated. However, we do have Google Analytics installed on the site, which I check every week or so, and we’ve been getting a larger and larger amount of our referrals from Twitter. This can be contrasted with the site’s birth in early 2011, when our referrals came almost exclusively from Facebook. That being the case, I finally sat down and, using trial and error, figured out the F&H Twitter login. If you tweeted at F&H before this point and didn’t get a response, I apologize. I didn’t intentionally ignore you; I just never saw it. If you have a Twitter account, please consider following us, and if you already do, I look forward to now being able to interact with y’all in that medium going forward.
For messages that require more than 140 characters, you can use the Contact button in the linkbar near the top of the page. I still regularly check and respond to messages sent to us that way. This is a great way to contact a particular author about a question or issue you have over one of his articles or points. I’m in contact with all of them on Facebook and regularly pass messages directed at them on to the appropriate person. I automatically pass messages written in Afrikaans on to Adi. Personal information like names and email addresses are not shared outside of the group of authors, and should we feel that publicly posting a question and answer would be beneficial, we will redact all personal information before doing so. Please note that messages calling us Nazis or telling us to sodomize ourselves with various objects, which we do receive from time to time, get deleted without response. We will, however, attempt to answer messages from people who disagree with us but have honest, civil questions and comments.
We welcome suggestions and requests for future articles, but please keep in mind that we are not a news site. There’s nothing wrong with being a news site, but there are already sites like that on the web who are doing a great job of it, like the CofCC, AmRen, and OD, for example. Our focus here is the intersection of traditional Christianity, Western culture, and the European race in terms of doctrine, ideology, history, discussion, and application. While we do cover current events, it is from that perspective. So if you do send us a news article, please include the particular points you found interesting or thought it would be fruitful to address. We’re most interested in messages along the lines of “I ran into this argument during a debate on XYZ and didn’t know how to respond” or “how would you apply Kinist principles to XYZ?” We also welcome messages alerting us to interesting cultural expression and tradition, like this, or to articles discussing Kinism, like this.
We look forward to increasing our interactions with the readership of F&H via the comments section below every post, the contact form, our Facebook page, and now Twitter as well.