Why our media has chosen not to have a Facebook Fanpage
Our media company has been around for over a decade and has built a strong online presence through our website, which receives over 50,000 visitors per month. Despite the potential benefits of having a Facebook Fanpage, we have made the decision not to have one for several reasons.
Firstly, we believe in prioritising the privacy and security of our audience. Facebook has a history of questionable privacy practices, and we want to ensure that the personal information and data of those who engage with our content is protected. We also want to avoid the potential for the spread of misinformation on the platform, as it can be difficult to control the circulation of false or misleading information on social media.
Additionally, we have found that there are other, more effective ways for us to reach and connect with our audience. Our own website allows us to directly engage with our audience and have more control over the distribution of our content.
Lastly, we want to focus on creating and sharing high-quality content rather than spending a significant amount of time and resources on maintaining a presence on every social media platform. We believe that this approach allows us to better serve our audience and provide them with the best possible experience.
While we recognise the potential benefits of having a Facebook Fanpage, we have made the decision not to have one due to concerns about privacy, the spread of misinformation, and a desire to focus on creating and sharing high-quality content.