I'm in the planning stage of a indie game (No need for a further discussion at this moment). My question is very basic: What experiences do you guys have with Facebook Pages vs. having your own forum? My initial thoughts are: At first I thought that having your own forum would be far the best option - almost everyone else have one. I'm currently active on one forum related to a indie game (Chart Wars), which has a pretty solid fanbase (As long as some updates are made....). So it seems like a good idea. But on the other hand: the internet is flooded with various forums and many indie games have their own forum, and many of them are more or less inactive - there are many explanations to that... But I began thinking: Do people bother anymore to sign up for forums and also be active forum members? I mean if you become a fan of 3-4 games, would you then register and be active on all forums? I'm beginning to think: No! This is where Facebook comes in handy. Here you have everything in one browser and one login. You can view the fansite of this particular indie game and be active there and then quickly move on to the next without much trouble. Furthermore it's more convenient for fans to recommend the Facebook Page and thereby the game to other Facebook users than if you use other channels. And if you compare Facebook Pages with a regular forum software it has more or less the same basic functions that you need - you want the fans to interact with each other, and you want to interact with the fans, vice versa.