Originally Posted by Bonhomme Richard
You're missing out. During the season the Jets Facebook page would excitedly announce contests and upcoming games and the like, and there'd be hundreds of sarcastic comments from disgruntled Jets fans. That alone was worth the "like."
I use Facebook once a day at most and it's only on the mobile app which is now polluted with inline advertising on the news feed. Last thing I need is to subscribe to businesses (or football teams) just to get more spam.
I subscribe to the Jets on Twitter because on the Twitter mobile app is very quick and easy and I can quickly get the same information.
I can only speak for myself and my circle of friends and business associates, but the boys are only on it to check on the wife, and the wives are on it 24/7 to yap with the girls. I can go two weeks or more without one of my male friends posting anything, can't go two minutes without some whiny housewife proclaiming that she'll never go back to Olive Garden because a waiter shorted her on the breadsticks.