VFR on Facebook and Twitter
A reader has kindly set up a Facebook account and a Twitter account for VFR.
Only readers who also use Facebook or Twitter will find them useful, but I believe they could help increase your readership. At the least, I don’t see how they would hurt.
Re: VFR on Facebook and Twitter.LA replies:
Look, it’s been suggested as a way of increasing readership. There will not be any content on those Facebook and Twitter pages other than the titles of the posts. There will be no discussions on those pages, moderated or otherwise. It will not affect VFR itself in any way. So I don’t see how it can do any harm. We’ll see how it works, and if it turns out that there is anything about it that damages VFR or is a hassle (such as generating lots of hostile e-mail from liberals), I won’t continue with it.The reader who set up the Facebook and Twitter pages writes:
I am amused by Gintas’s reaction. He’s not alone, I’m sure. I think, though, that this exercise is a worthwhile experiment: How can we know whether these communication mechanisms will increase readership until you try them?
Posted by Lawrence Auster at September 12, 2011 11:05 PM | Send