Usually that would be considered a good thing. However; when it comes to a Facebook page that was started for business, -100% is NOT good stats. The reason is plain and simple. I do nothing with the page.
The last time I updated my status was the post about Indy, the time before it was about making a new tent for Indy. That was a while ago. Can’t tell you exactly when because Ann’s Furry Friends has changed over to the new timeline format and I can’t figure out how to read it.
If memory serves me, and it usually doesn’t, I had my business Facebook page attached to my Ann’s Furry Friends. I could write my blog and it would transfer to Facebook. Accomplish twice as much with the push of a button. *mental note, check into that.
With that said I sit here thankful I have some time to write. I also sit contemplating shelving the above two projects. I don’t want to refresh them constantly with useless, boring, chatter. That is what Ramblinann is for. On the other hand I don’t want to pull the plug just yet. I am holding out hope I can jump-start my creative side and use that spark to reignite both venues. That could mean new life being breathed into my business. Now that would be a good thing.
To be continued…