The case of "your" fb page, just abandoned there to languish, happens when the titular person is not interested in facebook (which is totally respectable, of course), and I think that, despite the good intentions of whoever started it, it gets the opposite of its intended effect, instead of promoting and celebrating Alan Davis, it projects an image of neglect and carelessness, of a washed-up and forgotten artist instead of the actual reality of a prominent and active professional at the top of the industry. (Of course there's the option of telling the guy to take down the page and he'd have to comply).
In other words, you come here once in a while, at your entire convenience, and interact with a handful of hardcore fans. You could do exactly the same, or whatever you'd want, on facebook, but your audience would be much much much bigger, and would probably include many of your colleagues and other professionals. Whether that dramatic increase in the number of people paying attention is something you'd cherish or abhor, it's entirely up to you.
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