Is Your Facebook Page Nothing More Than a Second Website?

It’s totally understandable that you will have some duplicated content on both your main website and your Facebook page.  But please don’t have your Facebook page simply become a second website.  Your Facebook page is for recruiting and developing a community of interested followers.  It’s an opportunity for you to connect with them directly and for your followers to connect with each other.  So make that its primary purpose both in layout, content and administered use.  And cherish the relief from not having to always replicate your various website edits and content updates/additions onto your Facebook page.

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Author: Gordon Daugherty

Over the past 15 years Gordon has seen more than 1,500 startup pitches, given personal advice to more than 500 entrepreneurs and been involved with raising over $45M in growth and venture capital. Throughout his 28 year career in high tech, Gordon has two IPO’s and a $200M acquisition exit under his belt. Now, through his advisory practice called Shockwave Innovations and as Managing Director for Austin’s Capital Factory startup accelerator, Gordon’s focus is purely on educating, advising and investing in tech startups.

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