If you use Facebook, you’ll have at least one friend who signed up but never posts anything and hasn’t even bothered to publish a profile photo.
Forager Funds Management has been a similarly absent friend. While we’ve had a Facebook account for yonks, we’ve put up hardly any unique content there, mainly just rehashed tweets. For the most part, Twitter has been a better way to share our quick thoughts and suggested readings, with the Bristlemouth blog the home for more longwinded insights and diatribe.
But over the past few weeks we’ve started putting up some unique content on Facebook most days. It’s a trial, but it does seem to fill a useful gap between Twitter and blogging, and provides another avenue for conversation with investors and potential investors.
To access that content, please ‘like’ Forager Funds Management on Facebook. And be aware that not all our posts there make it through to your news feed, Mr Zuckerberg restricts access in the hope that we’ll pay him some money to ‘boost’ our posts. We think he’s rich enough already. So be sure to check the Forager Facebook homepage every now and then too.
While we’re at it, if you’re on Twitter and don’t yet follow us, here’s the Forager Twitter account.
Let us know if you find the content useful and be sure to share it with any like-minded friends. Thanks!