My Facebook Ghost Town

Tumbleweeds are blowing by my empty Facebook page. Kind of makes me wonder. I have a fairly engaged Twitter audience and it is doing well with many lively folks.

However, I have a dearth of likes on my Facebook page. We’re talking multiples of ten. A 10/1 ratio from Twitter to Facebook would be a sizable improvement.

I post the same articles to both platforms, but Twitter seems to get the engagement. What’s odd is I that have online friends who have the opposite problem. A highly engaged Facebook page and relatively few Twitter followers in comparison.

Do you think that different voices are better suited for one platform than another? What has been your experience? Do you have any suggestions?

And now, the shameless plug – please come by and Like my page http://facebook.com/hamptonrunner, or follow below. It’s small but welcoming.

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Eric Hunley

RRCA Certified coach. Started to change lifestyle in 2012 when weight was up to 283 lbs. Eventually started running later that year and racing in 2013. Has run in dozens of races and has been featured in some podcasts. Full Bio on About Page.
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