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. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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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