|Clowne Enterprise forum attendees networking after the speakers had finished|
Talking of which …
“We now officially exist” I told the group when I went last time, and proudly showed them a printed copy of the Clowne Art Group Face Book page, featuring copies of all their artwork and an update on meeting times. I am hoping some of them will join it, so the updates show up on their profiles, but only Kevin seems to be a member. Some of the others have family members who belong to it, though, and said they would have a look. I suggested having photos of members on the page, but Kevin commented with a sideways glance, “won’t that put people off?”
On a slightly less happy note, I’d wanted to create a Twitter page for the Art group but soon discovered that Twitter doesn’t seem to like you to have more than one page nowadays. I already have one for my website and blogs, and I suppose Twitter must have had problem with people trying to create too many pages, so are not allowing people to create more than one. C’est la vie.