Should I be on Facebook?

Actually, I already am, but Ziggy Kinsella is wondering about it. He's a thoughtful guy, so go check out the discussion.

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  1. By sheer coincidence, today I began the process of winding down my Facebook presence. Come January my profile will be family only.

    I'll see how I get on with my author page on FB, but not sure if I'll keep that either. Twitter I love, but FB I'm not really seeing the point of anymore, at least for me.

  2. Something must be in the air because I'm winding down my FB presence in the new year, too. It's a great way to reconnect, but it's also a distraction for someone like me who loves to be (but can't afford to be) so distracted.

  3. I commented more extensively over at Ziggy Kinsella's blog, but for me, it boils down to the fact that FB seems to take a lot more time than Twitter, and the format just doesn't appeal to me as much.

    It's based on personal preferences rather than a well thought out customer engagement strategy, I suppose.

  4. FB is of immense importance to me because of the people there I connect with that I have no connection with elsewhere -- one in particular, but others also.

    So I bop back and forth between the two (Twitter and FB) for what each offers me that I can't get from the other.


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