We have also heard notice that, because someone unauthorised tried to hack a persons' account, that person can no longer access their Facebook profile or pages!
There are so many incidents of this happening. While this is turning into a major risk for all artists, musicians and DJs, the associated impact is a factor of ten worse in our view. The collective's biggest concern is the loss of views and stats; valuable insights on a database they can't access. If that is your prime location to "grow audiences" this is akin to starting all over again if your page can no longer be recovered.
As large social media sites continue to become ever more corporate in nature and structure, this is an issue that is not just here to stay, but will grow. Corporate entities are risk averse by nature. The pressure from governments, businesses, traditional media and an almost daily barage of stories on social media gone bad are just going to heighten corporate anxiety. Ultimately that hits you, with no say or influence.
It doesn't have to be with way
With your own website the responsibility to keep the views and stats are entirely yours; and with an enhanced website - such as the one you're looking at now - you'll have all the functionality required to compete strongly with the social media zoo.
When it comes to the content its your decision.
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