For awhile I’ve been plagued by Facebook redundancy. I had 2,500 people on my page and 3,500 friends. When I posted something to my page I felt like obligated to share it with my friends and vice versa. This meant I was often double posting.
Today I started the great migration process to close down my personal profile and convert it to a page. All my friends will stay with me as likes and see what’s going on–but only on one page! No more redundant double posting.
The only drawback is you won’t receive notifications on what I’m up to if you don’t select them. It’s easy to do and the image shows exactly where to find that. If you don’t want to receive notifications do nothing and you will just see my news items in your regular wall feed.
To set notifications, hover your cursor over the like button on my page until a menu pops up. Simply click “All On” under notifications. All set–now you will get all my news. To say thank you, I promise there will be no political rants, limited photos of my food and probably more cute dog photos then cute cats (I have two cute dogs but the cat looks pretty unsavory).
This post will probably be redundant as I share it a few times over the next two weeks before I ‘personally’ vanish. I apologize for that. After the great migration is complete, however, you should only see things once– unless you really, really like them–but the choice will be yours.