that'ad be the facebook group, problem with groups is that the only way to engage with them is to go directly to the page itself which tend's not to make them popular (hense the lack of activity within the group
) for that reason fan pages have really taken off as they communicate directly with the fans who can then interact with posts and discussion much easier and they're also much quicker to join
the Avalon groups have been running for some time but have only 89 members with the last post on it being last december, the page i started with no publicity has 35 already!
there's already been some response from the fans praising Avalon, including someone who recently took a tour of the workshop
i actually have a couple fan page's on the go with my largest having just broken over 700 fans having been operating for just 2 months
so you can see the kind of response pages can achieve
come over and join the page!
we can really grow a new active community on facebook and spread the word about Avalon!