I've been experimenting with running a page on Facebook for quite some time and come to one simple conclusion. Unless you are someone who has hundreds of "friends" on Facebook, rather than someone who only keeps in contact with those who are truly part of your life, it all becomes very slow to get noticed. Things have to be shared and liked countless times before many people who are not on your main accounts page really notices anything you post.
Because of this, I have found it time to have a look at Google+. I first had an account on Google+ when it first started out and found it to be quite pointless. Not many members, not a lot of real content and it was lacking in features compared with Facebook. That has all started to change a massive amount. The communities are becoming very popular with a lot of daily activity, posts get noticed and +1'd/shared quite quickly (as a comparison, a Black & White night photo of Poole Quay got two likes on Facebook and 13 +1's on Google+), so I have decided it is time to try out a Google+ page for my site. If it all goes well, this will become a replacement for my main blog, as Google+ has the possibility of posting long, in-depth posts and allows people (including those not directly connected to the page) to comment and engage in conversation/debate about what gets posted.
All in all, it seems to be a step in the right direction...