Editor in Chief Bill wrote:TMP uses Facebook to promote TMP, and we sometimes advertise there.
As a user of Facebook, I would like all of the TMP followers on FB to receive our updates, but I understand that is not how FB works – you need to pay to 'promote' your posts.
With the advertising, one problem is that FB is not clear about where the 'hits' are going to. Showing an advertisement to a hobby audience is much more useful than showing it to a general audience.
From the other viewpoint, as a FB consumer, I find it very difficult to follow hobby news on FB. I follow nearly all of the miniature companies, but I rarely see their announcements. I sometimes see announcements from hobby groups. But everything is drowned out by posts from friends and relatives and acquaintances.
So Bill doesn't believe in paying to promote his site.
Has fuzzy idea that he needs to know where "hits" are going.
No idea how to prioritize groups on FB and just use a "business" account without friends on it to monitor group and businesses.
Ironically misses the point that Tango spam drowns out posts on his own site in just the same way.
Luckily he had no such issues with his Monty/Francis FB account, that had no trouble keeping track of all the hundreds of Transpinays that it follows!
You need to keep adding stuff to an FB page Bill, that requires work. Yours is dead and uninteresting much like your interest in gaminghttps://www.facebook.com/The-Miniatures ... 737276327/
No wonder your business/income/pension plan is rapidly failing Bill!