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Some basic/daft/complex questions about Facebook

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KatyMac Mon 08-Apr-13 19:49:15

I (as an adult) need to promote something for DD; it has been suggested that I do this on Facebook

I have a limited knowledge of Facebook, have an account I barely use & have a few bits about my work on there. My profession prefers us not to use Facebook for any reason/connection with the business.

So do I set up another Facebook account purely to promote DD (using a spare email address) or do I use DH (who has never had a Facebook account) & set up a page in his name or use my account (& remove all references to my work - and if I do that do they really all get properly deleted) or something different (& probably very clever)?

KatyMac Mon 08-Apr-13 20:42:14


CatsCantFlyFast Mon 08-Apr-13 20:49:32

Difficult to answer based on the info you've given. In all honesty I'd set up another account, then you can be certain there are no links to your profession. The only think making me pause is that you used the word 'promote' which makes me think you want to make something as visible to a wide an audience as possible. Therefore a new FB account may not be the best as you would not have many friends who would see what you are promoting iyswim

KatyMac Mon 08-Apr-13 20:55:08

Well I have about 12 friends - so I won't help blush

NatashaBee Mon 08-Apr-13 21:01:40

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

PedroPonyLikesCrisps Mon 08-Apr-13 21:20:01

If you don't have many FB friends then it really isn't the place to promote something.

Don't know what it is you need to promote, but do you have actual friends who have more friends on Facebook who might be able to promote for you? It's generally pretty tricky to advertise anything on the Internet unless you have strong social media connections.

KatyMac Mon 08-Apr-13 21:30:52

DD has loads of friends on Facebook; but only adults can promote it

KatyMac Mon 08-Apr-13 21:50:11

I'm a childminder & DD is doing a silly modelling thing where you have to get people to vote by mobile & it costs 75p or £1 or something

OFSTED are really funny about facebook so I don't really use it

But I need to do something for DD

KatyMac Mon 08-Apr-13 22:14:06

Someone has suggested I start a group.....I am currently reading Facebook Help

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