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I'm fascinated by the responses. Which demographic is fearful? Are they corporate? Are they young? Perhaps inexperienced? Maybe it's my age range or maybe my confidence level - but I'm not fearful at all. ( I also strongly believe fear squelches creativity.) I say, dive right in there and be as creative as you can. Have fun with it. Work only for those people who appreciate what you have to offer. Fear will just hold you back.
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RachelJean - this exactly why I believe FB's decision will negatively impact their brand. Unwittingly, they are hurting non-profits. Remember to focus on your blog because FB is not acting like a friend.
Think of the impact this is having on non-profits and causes who need timely assistance. Last time I checked, FB didn't list it as a problem on their issues page.
Thanks for the visit Mary. Congratulations on starting your own blog. Blogging truly is a journey worth taking.
Thanks for the comment Frieke. So many small businesses continue to avoid using their website and blog as their hub. I call it carving out one's own digital territory. Claim it and cultivate it for maximum ROI.