hi all, my magazine facebook page's been unpublished, and the editor and myself have decided not to wait until Facebook responds to the appeal, as I undestand they may not even do it at all. since the ball needs to keep rolling, and we need to keep rocking, we're starting over. now, we disagree on the best way to do it. our publication is based in Portugal, it's in portuguese and we started shifting some of the attention and hitting the brazilian market some time ago (we have a team there now), which resulted in a lot of brazilians liking our page. that's great to raise the number of likes on the page, but i'm thinking long term. i'm wondering now if we should open a separate page for Brazil, since we do want to have a strong presence there. some posts will only be relevant for a portuguese audience - concert announcements, for ex -, while others will be directed to the brazilian one - concert reviews, for ex. i love the idea of a musical exchange with both countries, and that can still happen if there are 2 pages, with sharing content from one to the other. also, general posts that appeal do both audiences - album reviews, new songs, etc - would be posted on both pages and that would potentially double reach. do you guys reckon it would be better to open a separate page for Brazil or keep both audiences under the same page?