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Attention Facebook and Twitter Users

off, we want to thank you for not only helping the site grow, but for being
such loyal readers. Your interest has been phenomenal and we love
bringing you the latest fantasy football news and information each week.

Since things are going so well around here, we thought that it would be good to
expand our horizons a bit and make things easier for you so that you can
constantly be updated about what’s going on at Fantasy Sharks and around the

For Facebook users, we have created a Fan Page on the internet’s hottest social
networking site and you can find it at here:

The New Fantasy Sharks Facebook Page

There you
will find links to the latest Fantasy Sharks’ articles, you will be able to
comment about the feature articles directly, start discussion board topics, and
ask questions of Fantasy Sharks writers.  Become a fan today!

For Twitter users, we have activated our Twitter account and are posting many
things everyday throughout the day. We have compiled a list of followers that
include: reporters, broadcasters, team beat writers, magazine contributors, NFL
players and the top fantasy football experts around. That way, not only will we
be posting links to all of our articles when they are hot off the presses, but
also tweeting about all things NFL from the best sources on the web so that you
can be just as informed. Just go to www.twitter.com/fantasysharks
and click “follow.”

We hope to see you soon at both sites and look forward to delivering all the
best fantasy football news to you as the 2009 season rolls along.

Thanks again.

About Fantasy Sharks

FantasySharks.com began in 2003, disseminating fantasy football content on the web for free. It is, or has been, home to some of the most talented and best known fantasy writers on the planet. Owned and operated by Tony Holm (5 time Fantasy Sports Writer Association Hall-of-Fame nominee,) Tony started writing fantasy content in 1993 for the only three fantasy football web sites in existence at the time.