[Oeva-list] Facebook..Where information goes to "hide in plain sight".
phil.hochstetler at gmail.com
Tue Apr 16 10:44:41 PDT 2013
My opinion is that reach is more important than excluding based on some
principle. Some folks do not like facebook's policy and thus won't use
facebook. Others do not care and use it (perhaps all the time based on the
number of posts I see :-). I believe Patrick tries to be media neutral and
when he posts something interesting, you will find it on G+, Facebook,
Twitter at the same time. You get to choose how and where you wish to
consume it and the process Patrick has setup does not require any extra
work on his part to make the post appear on all the sites at once. This is
a credit to Patrick's ingenuity and dedication. In the end, giving users
more choices on how they get the information is always a win in my book.
The mission of the OEVA is to educate the public and reach is fundamental
to that goal.
On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 11:31 PM, Steve's Account <stevel at fern.com> wrote:
> > Subject: Re: [Oeva-list] Dave likes Facebook
> > Second, we have the largest EV presence on facebook of any EV
> > We post more than the EAA, more than Plug In America, more than Tesla.
> > If you didn't know that we had a facebook page, I have no idea what I
> > could possibly do to make it more apparent. If you know how I could have
> > made this more apparent, please let me know. If you are an Oregonian,
> > is into EVs, and on this mailing list, and you didn't know about it, I am
> > doing something wrong.
> I guess, Pat, you might as well stop "wasting your breath" on facebook..
> What good is it when a rabid facebook phan can't find what they are
> looking for? :-)
> It will give you more time to concentrate on areas that acutally "work" to
> get the message out.
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