HuskyPup - 2:48 pm on Sep 17, 2010 (gmt 0)
This is not meant as a criticism of anyone:
Interacted with hundreds of old friends, interacting with them and making posts of various things.
This is precisely why I personally have absolutely zero interest in such sites. Interreacting with hundreds of so-called old and new "friends" has as much interest to me as giving away my money standing on a street corner...ok, I can't find an apt analogy right now:-)
It certainly is not a generational thing since I know many young people, 16-30, who also hate the entire FB thing, even my own daughters, coming up 27 and 23, have virtually stopped using it however I have noticed that the ones who do use it seem to be the people who do not go out and socialise in pubs/bars/restaurants/local events/etc.
Anyway, good pointers drall, possibly my best way forward if I were to try it again would be to get an enthusiastic FB user to do the company stuff and see what happens however this really is me:
If you have a site about some obscure technical specifications for industry products, it's probably useless.