Isn’t Facebook kind of the equivalent of the old AOL disks with 1000hrs? When most people have broadband.
I spent 2 days there to know it was for Grannies.
Statistics. Has anyone ever BOUGHT anything off a Facebook page?
Facebook seems to pull people off a main site - they often never return, if its an adjunct that in any way competes with a real page. The only purpose might be a way to POINT to a real website, where most transactions should occur.
swilliam is dead on. AND Succinct.
Facebook pages feel static. Annoyingly requires joining.
Meanwhile, people in Facebook response, want to add to your wall with every game score they achieve, if you allow it - to backfill your site with their content. Seems to me dilutes whatever intent a webpage decides to drive & becomes a “sharing” site instead.
But you don’t need to have them create a Disqus account to contribute…