I just have to write a quick note here and share some of my thoughts.
Facebook has "accounts" (which can be "friended") for individuals and "pages" for businesses, products and other entities which can be "liked".
It is getting more and more complicated, for me anyway, as genealogists are using individual accounts for their business.
If you are going to use an account for your business please put some information on your INFO tab page that identifies who you are.
Here's why I say this, I get lots of queries about genealogy. Most of them are NOT in my area of expertise. So I am constantly referring people to other genealogists.
This morning I saw a post from a Facebook friend with a "business" account. This Facebook friend looked very knowledgeable about New York. I would like to contact this person but there is no name anywhere in the posts or on the info page.
I know, you are saying "just send the person an email." Unfortunately I'm a bit of an old fuddy duddy. I like to know who I am contacting first. When I friended this person originally maybe I knew they were, but since then I have lost the connection between the real person and the company name. So many genealogists are known better by their real name rather than their company.
So just a thought for those of you using Facebook individual accounts for your business instead of a business page - put your name(s) on your page. Thanks!