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Do any of you have both for your blogs? Do you feel one is better than the other? I've been interacting a bit more with the Fan page, but have more followers on the Networked blog page. I'd love to hear what folks think.

Thanks!
Jenn

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Thanks for posting this. I'm trying to transition into the Fan page and am having problems with it. I've got followers on my Networked blog page. But none on my fan page..so I need help trying to get my fan page to work. I'd prefer the Fan Page.

Maopa @ Luscious Deals
Yeah, I think I prefer the fan page too. It is a shame the folks following the Networked blog don't always switch over. Oh well, we'll keep working at it.
I say Fan Page, but please don't ask me why I have the Network Blog but NOT the fan page yet. Ugh. As a reader, I like the fan page better. As the blogger, I better get with that soon.
Well, once we all get Fan pages going, we can create another group to Fan each other too.
I feel funny asking people to follow me in both the fan page AND networked blogs. But when you think about how you use them, and for what frequency, and which one is easier to keep track of who you're following, I like the Fan Page. Personally, I'm more likely to check Facebook than I am networked blogs. And from the Fan page, it's just as easy to tweet, share and "like".

Although I continue to use both. I frequent the fan page more than NB. Anyone else??
I enjoy both, it gives more options for users to follow. I love the FB fan page, but people don't always follow that, but follow the blog and vice versa. Every bit helps, IMO. :)

Hugs,
Shiloah Baker

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