This application is marketed with the individual user in mind, contrasting the multitude of offerings for business pages.
With Dragonjet, every user on Facebook can create their own fan page and connect it to their individual profile. On the side of the page is an area where users can post comments, mirroring the wall and recommendations section of a profile page.
Clearly, Dragonjet doesn’t have the functionality of some of the other Facebook page apps, alike bility to build out custom tabs, incorporate music and otherwise enhance fan experience; but then again, many of those apps are designed for major brands or businesses.
But this application might appeal to some users who want to go beyond friends and family connections on Facebook and build a personal fan base or community. And, of course, it means a user’s Dragonjet page can be found by searching Google and Facebook.
The developers behind Dragonjet say they used a combination of open graph and social plug-ins to create the app.
Do you think individual Facebook users will want to have a page in addition to their profile?