I'm on facebook-- it's an easy way for me to keep up with out-of-state family and friends. I don't "friend" people on facebook that I don't actually know. And I "like" very few things. Haven't linked my Sparkpeople to my facebook either. I don't often post anything to my wall; mostly I comment on family/ friend's posts and send private messages.
I'd have to agree that I don't think it's unfair for a company to offer sale info or coupons or discounts, if people "like" them on social media. Like a pp said, it's not much different than not getting coupons or sales fliers, if you don't buy a newspaper. Or-- many stores offer special sales / coupons / rewards if you have one of their credit cards, or one of their loyalty cards. It's each person's choice whether they want to do that or not. And that's the deal; you do "this", they give you "that".
Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone
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