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Offline Griff Grof

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Re: Geocaching Facebook Groups - Why?
« on: December 15, 2012, 10:13:30 am »
I am still staying boo to Facebook too lol, but xJammmzy this evening set up a Cotswold Caching Facebook page, not a group, just a page, which may help promote the forum. I am more than happy for him to do if it will help advertise, but it will have little input from myself.

I set up a CC twitter account @CotswoldCaching the other day too just for the forum, again to help promote, and to keep CC postings from my personal account minimal. I have found posting links on twitter does seem to get a mad influx of forum views, though I don't think any new members have come of.

I like how the two boards are working at the moment too. I'll try not to steal too many ideas ;) One area I will let you keep your own for sure because it is your baby, is the walk section. I think that is a great feature. Do you think in the future there could be the possibility for members to rate walks? Though I guess we can do that in a form of a review in a post already.

Look forward to the new year and lots of great ideas!  :)

I tried setting up Facebook and Twitter pages to promote CacheWalker and this forum, but got booed  :o - I don't know why, particularly Twitter, which is very good in my opinion  :) I agree it's a good way to advertise, and reach out to other cachers  :)

That's a great idea for the walks section  ;D We're always looking into changing and advancing things here, as some members know  ;) I'll look into it  ;D
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