HuskyPup - 8:09 pm on Sep 22, 2010 (gmt 0)
Hi netmeg, you sold the idea to me with this:
You can encourage people with common interests or needs for your goods or services to talk to each other.
You can offer your customers a place to interact with you with feedback or about issues (careful - must be monitored closely)
You can treat your Facebook page like a VIP area where your fans get something that they don't get anywhere else. In my case, I give them extra information that they don't get on the site.
Whilst I am the specialist widget supplier to major trade wholesalers/importers worldwide my sites are often the only on-line source for much of the technical information and since there is so much mis and disinformation regarding these widgets I'm going to give it a go and see if I can get end-users to interact.
I have absolutely no idea what I am letting myself in for therefore I'm throwing my youngest daughter (23) at it since I know she will always question me before posting anything she's unsure about.
Are there any specific no nos before unleashing it on an unsuspecting world?