In an effort to learn more about social media, I’ve decided to open up a Facebook page. For years, I swore that I would never join Facebook, mostly because I didn’t want to be like everyone else. Plus, I thought that the only thing people posted were pictures of their trip to the Bahamas, and I’ve never been to the Bahamas. But, alas, I’ve slowly come to accept that, in this day and age, being on social media is pretty crucial for artists, especially independent ones like myself. So, I’ve now created my own page, which you can find here. If you would be so kind as to “like” my page (that’s how it works, right?), it would mean a great deal to me. (My housemates would also probably appreciate it, too, as it would mean that I would stop bugging them and asking them to “like me.”)
The page is pretty new, so there’s not a lot of content on it yet. In the coming weeks, I’ll start posting more about various things, like what music I’m listening to, recording and music updates, my (imaginary) trip to the Bahamas, and whatever else floats into my mind throughout the day.
Thank you so much and have a great day!
P.S. For those who have more experience with Facebook than I do (in other words, everyone who has a Facebook account), if you have any tips on what to post, I’d love to hear from you in the comments section down below!