A lot of people don’t realize it, but Facebook was created originally for college students. It was not meant for your Mom, your Dad, your Grandmother, or that teacher you had in second grade who wants to be friends with you and keeps requesting. Alas, everybody is on Facebook, which makes having a kick-ass Facebook page a big deal.
Signing up for a social media account is easy. In fact, it’s probably the easiest thing about running a social media account, especially if you’re running it from a “fandom” point-of-view.
When I first signed up for Twitter, I never once thought that I would be using it for the greater fangirl good. In fact, right when Twitter first came out, I was taking an independent study class my senior year of college where I wrote a new age internet guide for college newspapers.
When it comes to being a fangirl, sometimes you just don’t think about how you will be seen in the fandom. For me, I was that kind of...
A lot of people don’t think about what kind of fangirl they are – they just are one.
A fangirl can be your typical teenager who buys teenybopper magazines for posters of BTS. A fangirl can be your college student who still loves that band that won her heart when she was a little girl. A fangirl can be an adult with a job and life who loves an artist, movie franchise, group, or sports star with all of her heart.
I know what you guys are probably thinking - a fangirl's what? Basically, my new project is going to be like a BSBFangirls University. It's...