7.15.2011

Facebook Page?

I'm thinking about finally making a facebook page...any advice/suggestions?   I've never even looked at it...it kind of scares me.

12 comments:

  1. Eeep! No FB- mysons live on it and I purposly stay off. I can't find you on the Twilighted thread, either. Please stay on twitter and your blog.

    xx

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  2. Oh I'll still be here, too.  This would be "in addition" not replacing anything.

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  3. FB is the root of all evil and time suckage.  I agree with adonicass- stick with the Twitter and blogs.
    Happy Friday and glad you're feeling better :)

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  4. I'm going to disagree on the Facebook being a waste of time.  If you're doing a page, it's very different than a "personal" account.  I actually administer a couple of pages, and it's no more work than a blog, and definitely less work than Twitter.  You can even auto-publish from the blog to Facebook so that it's really more of a choice for people to follow you however they choose to do so.  You can add unique content if you feel like it, and that will be the only extra work.

    If you decide to do it and would like some help, 

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  5. Aquiria SantiagoJuly 15, 2011 at 9:12 PM

    hmm if you make it i'll gladly join/like and post :) its not scary, but blogs can be more personalized

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  6. I love FB I've met lovely people on there on the groups that I joined.That's one of the good things, you can get a group for all your stories.

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  7. FB is easier for me to navigate that Twitter, but I do both... It's actually that I read things on both, and if there is something I want to post, I've found it simpler to do so on FB. Twitter is more difficult for me to navigate, but keep in mind I am older that the average bear also.... 

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  8. I use my daily. I talk to friends and family and post pictures of the kids. If a post a status on Twitter it shows on my FB page bc I have them connected.
    WWW.facebook.com/Jennifer.Bullington1

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  9. I was addicted at first.  Great way to contact lost friends.  Then you start hearing from people you prayed would stay away forever and they want to play stupid games with you and give you "virtual" coctails."  Drives me crazy. 

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  10. I think it's a good idea. A lot of people are on facebook but not on tweeter.  And if you connect the two accounts, you wouldn't have to rewrite the same thing twice ;)

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  11. Even with the finest use of privacy controls, I find them a time thief and an easy way to feel your life be intruded upon. Also, you will likely have a wall full of comments begging you for HEAs or secrets to your stories.

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  12. i say do it. as long as you dont get addicted and forget to upload your stories. haha. no really. its happened to me before :P

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