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  1. Hi Leah, I think I'd need to understand what you are trying to achieve to see whether FB will help you. As a place for structured conversation it's not great, which is one of the reasons Achology has a forum. For advertising FB can be good, you need to be clever about it but again it depends on what you want to achieve. FB advertising is good for awareness but not so good for intent to purchase. FB can help you build a tribe for sure. You'd get more of a following with an open FB group. If private issues are being discussed and I'm guessing they might be which is why you want it to be private, I'd consider if the private issues need to be or even should be discussed on FB. Feels like a custom website is the way to go and a lot of this, if not all of it will be achieved within Achology soon.
  2. @Soniacrafts I've been talking about something similar on this thread: An interesting topic which has generated some top responses.
  3. Neil

    The Coffee Lounge

    Tastes much nicer with brown sugar than white. White makes it too sweet. No idea if it's a European thing.
  4. Neil

    The Coffee Lounge

    Being a computer person I'm almost 90% coffee. Matthew Algie is my preferred brand. No sugar required with their coffees, although I normally like some brown sugar in other coffees. Comforting cup of tea is also nice.
  5. Hi Waldamar, your were our second signup! Welcome to the community.

    1. Waldamar


      Thanks, glad to be here

  6. I think this is bang on. If you talk to someone like a friend and show genuine interest in them and what's being said thena lot more comes out in the conversation. Although I don't feel all the above questions necessarily fit into a small talk category, they are all good ones!
  7. Neil

    Community Release

    It's going to be good. Can't wait to see some great conversations happening on these rather splendid forums!
  8. Neil

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