Facebook Milestones

As many of you know, Chris has a Facebook page. You might also know that Facebook wrongly declared this blog as spam and won’t let me share my blog posts on the page. There is also no way to correct their mistake because it seems only computers work in the Facebook customer service department. Despite all that, the followers have swelled to 25 short of the 3000 follower milestone. If you don’t follow Chris on Facebook and would like to you please click on the link above.

The real milestone is my other blog, Just Fur Laughs. I never gained very many followers on that blog but the Just Fur Laughs Facebook page just passed 10,000 followers.

It makes me feel good that people actually like what I put out there. Now, if only I could make money on it.


22 thoughts on “Facebook Milestones

  1. onespoiledcat

    Well congratulations…..I know I’m probably in a minority but I don’t keep track of followers – I’m just grateful anyone thinks Ted’s blog is worth visiting – period. Five or 50,000 – we love them. But seriously your number of followers is impressive and you have fun and entertaining content – THAT’s why you’re a success in spite of Facebook!! Yippeeee!

    Hugs, Pam

    1. Charles Huss Post author

      Thank you, Pam. WordPress keeps track of followers but people can follow through means other than WordPress so the number is a mystery. It doesn’t matter anyway because a lot of people follow in hopes I will follow back and don’t actually read the blog.

  2. databbiesotrouttowne

    happy milestones !!

    I’m probably the only person on the planet to not be; or ever have been, on facebook …..

    the good Lord Himself could ask if I wanted to join.. and I’d be like, dood, thanx, but no !! 😉

    1. Charles Huss Post author

      You are wiser than I. Facebook was a great way to keep in touch with family ten years ago or more but now it could crash and burn and people would probably be better off.

  3. Doug Thomas

    So far, copying the link on WP and pasting it on Facebook has worked for me. I used to have an automatic link that somehow got broken. Attempts to restore it failed, so I took the copy-paste way to share my blog there. Facebook put me in a brief pause when I made the mistake of sharing a cartoon strip that went one day’s panel too far. Twitter banned me forever or until the sun dies and cremates the earth when I made the mistake of clicking on one name too many that I wanted to follow. Interestingly enough, when I started a new account on my smartphone instead of the banned laptop, they accepted me. I then chose not to get on it, my way of saying f.u.

      1. Doug Thomas

        I copy and paste to Facebook from WP, using the permalink at the top of the post edit sheet. (I guess all formats have something like that on the edit page. I’ve only used two different formats in almost 13 years on WP.

          1. Doug Thomas

            Facebook has some really odd “standards”. I’m at a loss to even figure out one objectionable thing about your blog, even if you posted it daily. I wonder if you used a different computer or smartphone to post it or started a different account on a different computer or smartphone if you could fool the system. I did that on twitter and got through their nonsense. (Then I never posted anything – I don’t need “medium nazis” in my life.) You don’t have to respond to this or even try it, I’m just noting how I got around an account ban.


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