Muppet Hub is actively involved in multiple social media platforms. Here are the main places to look for us.
Muppet Hub on YouTube
Muppet Hub produces two little series on YouTube: Mupdates and Puppet Rants. Click here to go to our channel and subscribe so you’ll never miss one of our videos.
Muppet Hub on Facebook
You can like Muppet Hub on Facebook right over at the left of this page, or by clicking here.
Muppet Youth on Facebook
Muppet Youth is a Facebook group made up of young Muppet fans (mostly under 21) hoping to connect with other fans and celebrate Muppet fandom. While the group is designed specifically for young Muppet fans, anyone is welcome to like/follow its Facebook page. Just remember that there’s a difference between the page and the group. You can read more about it on the About page.
Currently, we cannot display the latest activity in the group here on the website, so here is the latest activity on the Facebook page:
Muppet Hub/JD Hansel on Twitter
JD uses his Twitter frequently, and it’s a good way to keep up with new posts and changes here at Muppet Hub. It’s also a good way to contact him. Just follow @jd11pc.
Puppet Proverbs on Twitter
@PuppetProverbs is a Twitter account that is primarily used for little quotes and words of advice about performing or building puppets, and addressing problems puppet lovers have to deal with.
- JD is on Tumblr, where he posts about movies a lot. His username is jd11pc.
- JD is on Instagram, but he doesn’t really know what to do with it yet. His username, predictably, is jd11pc.
- MuppetHub is on Google+, but not because we like it. We have to because YouTube.
- Other Facebook pages:
- So that Muppet fans can “Like” some of their favorite Muppet specials, we’ve created Facebook pages for The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years, Rocky Mountain Holiday with John Denver and the Muppets, and John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together.
- Sometimes we make pages for people and characters that we just want to be able to “Like.” We made a page for Jerry Juhl so that people can tag him easily in their posts on Jerry Juhl day, and a page for Marvin Suggs for no reason at all.
- JD has a personal YouTube channel he uses for random things from time to time.
If these social media sites aren’t your favorites and/or you have an idea for where else Muppet Hub should be active in social media, please leave us a comment by filling out this thingy-thing: