I would appreciate some feedback.
I purchased a property in the Caribbean with my pension funds, about five years ago. In the meantime, I lost my home and was put in a lot of debt, through other investments.... well , scams would be a better description, and so am particularly keen for this company to succeed.
I was looking at the resorts facebook page, and although 4500 likes is OK,
https://www.facebook.com/buccamentbayresort , I feel that a facebook competition could potentially generate a much larger fan base.
this is the feedback I got about Google plus
Google+ isn't worth too much investment because it's mainly beneficial as a b2b platform and a means for extending the reach of online content; in itself, it has a fraction of Facebook's worth for engaging, informing and marketing. Facebook is also by far the most used platform for people looking for holiday ideas, so it warrants far more investment than something like Google+.
Whilst social media duplication tools have obvious plus points, they also have three main issues: failing to tailor for the individual platforms; removing the personal, interactive element; Google frowns upon duplicate content. Basically, they're good but not to be overused unless you want to look like a marketing drone