The following stats all concern the graphics I made for the Y Lolfa petition. At the time of writing the English version of the Amazon picture it was seen by around 4,000 people on facebook alone. That's the people who saw it originally plus the people who saw it as a result of the 64 people / pages who shared that picture.
The Welsh language version I posted directly on a page that deals exclusively with Welsh Memes so I don't have an exact figure for the views but it was shared 84 times. So at a guess it's probably more than the 4,000 that saw the English version.
Plaid Torfaen shared the picture and that was shared a further 12 times.
Jedis for Independence" set up by a guy who likes Star Wars and supports a Free Scotland. There are "(insert football club) for Independence" and "(insert ethnic minority) for Independence" as well as a "Yes X" account where X is almost every village, town and hamlet in Scotland. There are more cropping up around the world too. In Wales we have a handful of pro-Wales and pro-independence pages and we desperately need more if we are to win the online battle as they are in Scotland.
I don't want people to think this is a post saying "ooh get me". This is nothing of the sort, this is me saying that facebook gives me the opportunity to have more people see my posts in a few hours than would visit my blog in an entire month. If that doesn't make people question why they do not already have a page on facebook then I don't think anything will. Just try it, see what happens and if you need any help with gadgets, integration, auto posting and what not then just ask.
Some blogs that have FB pages.
Jac o' the North
Oggy Bloggy Ogwr
Syniadau - Never used, why?
Go on and give 'em a like.