Why you shouldn’t run your e-learning business out of Facebook

Don’t get me wrong, I’ve been a Facebook user for over a decade, and I am not unhappy with it. Nor am I on the team of “social media is evil, and we should all switch off all accounts and move to the mountains.” Personally, I find it’s a good way to stay in touch with acquaintances, and I think that the groups are highly useful because you get to meet people with the same interests and find out a lot about topics relevant to you.

However, I think running your e-learning business solely off a Facebook page is a bad idea, and it’s quite counterproductive for business success. Here are my arguments.

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