Kind of a different post today, but I decided that it was time to do something new. Facebook is something that I really don’t use enough of. Let’s face it: Marketing on there gets boring. All I’ve done in the past is shared my posts on there, and I’m bored.
So, I’m here to announce that I’m changing how I do things on Facebook. I want to make it more of a community, like I have with bloggers and readers on Twitter. From now on, I plan to get more interactive and personal on Facebook and I would love it if you would come hang out with me on there. I’m going to be sharing posts from around the book community that I adore, have some pictures and graphics every now and then, and without further ado. . .
Facebook Page of The Week.
It wouldn’t be much of a community if I didn’t pat my fellow bloggers on the back every now and then, would it?
From here on out I will be picking one blogger’s Facebook page a week to highlight on my page. The winner of this will generally be a blogger who’s page has impressed me somehow–whether it’s through their genius, a different way of doing things (in an awesome sort of way), or the amount of community and interaction I see going down.
Note, this will not mean that I am affiliated in any sort of way with the bloggers whom I pick each week. I may be friends with some, but my friendship will have nothing to do with them being picked.
As for me, I will be announcing the first Facebook Page of The Week this evening on Facebook.