Good luck gathering fans. At first, fans will come pretty quickly, but it'll slow down later on. You will still get new fans, but at a much slower rate. I have a facebook page and it has 260 fans.
Yea most of the pages are not actually from sony, i think it is better that way.
idk but i'll b supporting them anyway
Maybe you millenials are a little naive but I dont trust facebook or much of any of these other social stuff you see these days. Call me old school but I like my privacy and Im not doling out any personal stuff to anyone on the internet. Facebook cares less about anything but their profit. They will sell you out for a dime. And just yesterday I saw an article where employers are demanding prospective employees give them your facebook password. Facebook is not your friend but you millenials will found that out sooner or later. So just in advance I told you so.
I'm a Gen Xer who uses Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, with multiple accounts on those first two. You know who's real threat to your privacy? Google, with their policy of archiving every search you perform and creating a database of your online history.
Facebook, at least, keeps its data to itself and asks you before it starts sharing that data with third parties.
Some basic rules of thumb make it very easy to use social media:
1. Don't publish anything too personal, like your address or phone number.
2. Don't post anything you wouldn't discuss with your parents over Sunday dinner. That includes those shots of you drinking your butt off at the pub.
It does amaze me how some people willingly post incriminating evidence on social media. Best to assume that everything you say is public and act accordingly. There's tons of great developer and Home sites on Facebook that are worth a look.