Facebook outage shows once again why It always makes sense to own your own website
Facebook Outage

CNBC published a piece today on how content creators and influencers are rethinking their business after outages at Facebook and Instagram. Facebook apologized for the outage in a blog post.

Domain investors have known for a long time you want your domain name to be your hub and social media accounts to be spokes.

Investis Digital does a good job of explaining how to do this and own your audience.

From the CNBC article:

The need to diversify

Many creators and small businesses say Instagram is the platform of choice. It’s easy to connect with users through direct messages and stories, and it offers a more focused community of dedicated followers that convert to sales.

Now, the majority said they would focus on building out their website and diversifying what platforms they are using, the influencers CNBC spoke with said. Some used Twitter, TikTok and email to beef up sales and connect with audiences during the shutdown.

Francis, who runs the consulting company, plans to utilize LinkedIn and email lists, a tool that helped her make some sales during Monday’s outage.

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