skier-hughes wrote:Facebook ranks 2nd behind google in most used web sites, neglecting it would mean neglecting millions of potential/actual customers.
There is a huge difference between supporting users already on Facebook and forcing users to go there.
And just because you opted to dump lots of info online, does not mean others are inclined to do so.
In contrast to facebook, it is a broadcast service and anyone can use RSS feeds to obtain information via twitter.Twitter ranks 10th, so again a must use tool for anyone seriously looking at getting to as many people as you can.
Just because you are happy with it does not mean other will be.I tweeted a request yesterday morning to see if anyone locally had an item I need for this weekend, within two hours I'd picked one up and saved myself buying it for two days use at a cost of £300. A couple of bottles of wine and we are both happy.
As far as I know, Corel don't have any forums apart from these, and as these are user to user, you cannot classify them as a proper corel forum, and that I do Agree that is a major disappointment, a company should offer all services to all people, but if it doesn't, you have to make do with what's there. Refusing to use some aspects of it is very much like cutting off your nose to spite your face, in my opinion.
Different people have different levels of what form of abuse they are willing to accept.
Forcing people to use Facebook is a definite no-go and shows a lack of consideration for customer needs.