Conversation via Facebook IM today after I made the following comment about a new Facebook Question titled “What is the most craveable style of pizza?”:
Comment: “You know that “craveable” is not a word……right?”
Then Brittany immediately notifies me…to SAVE ME!!! haha
– hey beau.
– will you please delte that response.
– my facebook team is going to report you so that they can delete you.
– and I dont want that to happen to you
– because I pointed out that “craveable” isn’t a word?
– its a business website and responses like that are inapropriate
– please delete it so that they dont trigger you as an issue
– A business didn’t ask me to answer a question – you did.
– I’m really not concerned.
– Your “facebook team” can block me from their “business website” – or rather, the fan page on Facebook…
– thats not how these questionaires work…
– and I would rather they didnt.
– hey I came to you as a friend
– i didnt expect a response like this beck
– LOL – I didn’t break any laws…I put a comment…in a comment box…
– Seriously…I’m not “concerned”…I didn’t break any rules…if your “facebook team” was so concerned about that, maybe they should choose a word that’s in the dictionary or put quotes around it to signify that it’s not necessarily a word…
– placing comments on posts/images/etc are perfectly acceptable…if there is someone that you don’t want posting on your site, you have the ability to remove them from your friends list and/or fan page…
– sounds like your “facebook team” is run by 10 year olds that don’t know what they are doing…
– ok bye beau
FYI – if you don’t want to sound stupid in public…um…don’t sound stupid? Facebook is very public – and if you want control over comment moderation, switch to a medium other then Facebook…I suggest a blog. Hell, I think you can moderate comments on Facebook questions, but I’m not totally sure.