Last week I created what many bloggers have had for centuries: A Facebook page.
I haven’t advertised it yet because I’m still figuring out where I want to take it. That’s where I hope you’ll help me.
Many of you admit to being very private in public, despite the telling nature of blogging. I am also that way. Facebook is a perfect example. I only accept people I know and want to keep in contact with. Otherwise, I feel like my whole life is out in the open for everyone.
This is what has kept me from creating a Facebook page and “liking” other Facebook pages. I feel…exposed because I am included in the friend’s list and everyone can see my full name.
So I am asking you, dear readers, to explain how you use your Facebook page. Do you feel like it keeps your identity separate from your regular profile? How do you feel about “liking” other people’s Facebook pages?
And, if you don’t have one, why you have decided against using it?
P.S. I would be friends with all of you! If you aren’t a creepy stalker or something.
P.P.S. You are welcome to like my page. Just so you know.