Username Post: Using Facebook Pages to Promote a Con
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Reg: 06-09-08
07-12-11 02:29 PM - Post#9259    
    In response to brohne

Definitely don't spam. But keep your pages and groups relevant by at least posting something once a month during the 8 month dry season and make sure to get more active 3 months before the con and a few posts after the con for hopefully a positive PR reminder what happened at the con.
Facebook/Twitter definitely have taken over from people using forums. Whether that's a good thing or bad you got to go with the flow.

As far as Pages and Groups are concerned. The allowing of multiple Admins/Users to control the page is the advantage. If someone takes control of a regular account. FB frowns upon groups using them like this and if someone goes rouge then you got issues that aren't easily resolved.

Oh and with the new groups. If you can disable notifications(not sure if that's individual only) and group chat(you can disable). Do that. You might have an avid user spaming up the place which will annoy everyone that doesn't know how to turn off notifications.
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