Facebook is not always a social good, like any social media. But it is a way for us to speak directly to people who are interested in what we do and what we are doing. Over time we had built up over 5,000 followers to our Facebook page.
All that went awry some months ago due to a technical glitch and now we are faced with having to rebuild that audience from nothing. It’s tiresome and frustrating and time-consuming. We’re cross that one of the world’s most powerful corporations feels Ok with not responding to problems from paying customers. But there certainly isn’t anything we can do about it. Monoliths do not feel they need to take care of the individual – and that’s something that should probably be a concern to all of us when those monoliths have significant influence on our lives whether we like it or not and whether we choose to engage with them or not.
So, if you’d like to re-engage with us on Facebook, here is the new page.