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31 May (Part 2) - Facebook

Yellow BoxI have always struggled to master Facebook and I’m in awe of people like those who run the Abbey Wood History Project who are able to build something approaching a full web site on the back of it.

But it’s not for me, Bexley-is-Bonkers on Facebook was contracted out, first to one lady, then to another two years ago. All it has done and all I asked for, is to draw attention to the more significant new content on BiB. It has not often been used to conduct conversations but for reasons that escape me it attracts a large number of visitors to www.bexley-is-bonkers.com.

Unfortunately that has not been happening recently and web visits to BiB have been noticeably reduced. The last Facebook post was four weeks ago; until this morning that is when I woke at around 4 a.m. and decided to get busy soon afterwards.

I am not very expert at it but I put up 13 Facebook posts - is that what they are called? - over the following few hours. The video did not go as intended but maybe I will eventually learn.

Facebook had already attracted 7,677 visitors by 2:30 p.m. today which is much the same as visited in the whole of yesterday, the vast majority coming from the item on Yellow Money Box Junctions.

It is obviously pleasing to see the extra visitors but perhaps even more pleasing to see so many people hating Bexley Council for its unjustifiable assault on motorists.

I’ll stick some more stuff on Facebook as soon as I can.

 

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