While I know that Social Networks are the way things have gone, I still think a lot can be said for a dedicated website, such as Food Adventure. It gives control over organisation and indexing of articles, and – unlike Facebook – it isn’t all just about what was posted yesterday; past posts are accessible and easily found.
That’s all well and good, but if no-one comes to your website to read your posts, what’s the point?
Up until now, I have been posting links to Food Adventure articles on my personal Facebook page, which tells anyone interested that anew article exists, and lets them follow the link to read it. But in 2016, I hope to have other authors writing for the site – more articles and more areas of interest; it seemed inappropriate to keep posting to my personal FB page.
So that is what the Food Adventure Facebook Group has been created for. Anyone interested in what we are writing can join it, and be informed of when new stuff appears on the website. It’s as simple as that.