We will go one by one through each Roloff family member, list their social media accounts of note and then we will give an overview describing how the said Roloff uses that account and then the general Spiritswander comment on what people say about each of them.
Social Media accounts:
Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/RealMattRoloff
You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheMattroloff
Official website: http://therolofffamily.com/
Main venue of Communication: Facebook
Spiritswander overview: Matt Roloff's Facebook Fan Page the only social media account that he uses on a regular basis.
A couple of years ago he used You Tube to post some videos which he linked from Facebook. Likewise, his twitter account used to be linked from his Facebook (meaning that his facebook posts appeared automatically). He disabled that feature after he found out that posts he deletes on Facebook, do not also automatically delete on twitter. He has only posted a few times on twitter in 2013.
Matt's Facebook fan page is the most well known and followed social media account of any Roloff. When Matt wants to promote something or bring attention to something that benefits the Roloff brand/image, he uses Facebook.
It's a very "safe" page, very cookie cutter. He attempts to portray the Roloff image as very wholesome and Christian, the same "family friendly" image that is portrayed on Little People, Big World. Matt does not answer any questions on subjects that he does not approve of. Dissenting opinions are not permitted. It is basically Matt promoting what he wants and his thousands of fans agreeing, believing and praising him for whatever he posts.
The rare times that Matt has stepped out of character and posted something raunchy (like teaching Jacob about condoms or commenting that he liked looking at Jenifer Lopez's butt in a movie) some of his more conservative and religious fans were shocked and outraged - Matt quickly resorted to the popular excuse used by many celebrities after they get flack for something they post - he claimed he was hacked.
Once in a while, Matt will respond to fan a comment with something such as a "Thanks" or comment on something general, but he does not really respond directly to fans.
In conclusion, if you're interested in the Roloffs, Matt's Facebook is something that you'll want to check up on. He posts news of upcoming shows, pictures, etc. Just know that you'll never read something there that Matt does not want you to hear and the image he presents for the family is the "TV image" and not necessarily real or accurate.
Social Media accounts:
Facebook Fan Page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Amy-J-Roloff-Fanpage/191460144200528
U Stream: http://www.ustream.tv/amyroloff
Official Website: http://www.amyjroloff.com/
Official Charity Website: http://amyroloffcharityfoundation.org/
Main Venue of Communication: Facebook, twitter.
Spiritswander's Overview: Amy uses her Facebook and twitter in the same way Matt does. It's promoting the family image they portray on LPBW and her various projects (books, charity events). In the past, when people have confronted Amy on her Facebook page about controversial subjects (such as Jeremy and Mueller throwing Mo the Roloff cat) she has posted a response. But for the most part, it's the wholesome Roloff image that they push. Amy is more frequent than Matt in responding to fan comments, Having said that, when they are filming, Amy appears to be the most concerned about keeping things private (which in turn, makes her social media accounts pretty boring and uninformative). Amy even appeared to be annoyed when Matt shared the news on Facebook that Rocky the Roloff dog had passed away. Amy stated that they were filming Rocky's death and they aren't supposed to talk about filming events, but Matt blew that by posting the news on Facebook.
Amy has recently got more involved with twitter. She usually tweets daily. At one time, she said the AmyRoloffcf (charity foundation) was controlled by herself as well as Lisa Dixon from her Charity foundation and another ARCF person, but Amy appears to have taken more of a role in twitter recently. She is becoming more active in retweeting fans that tweet her. She has replied to compliments and general question in a very polite manner.
Amy also has recently begun using Instagram more.
When the weekly LPBW series ended and before the "specials" came back to TLC, Amy started hosting "Live coffee chats" on U Stream. When the show came back on TV, Amy ended those Live Internet shows.
Facebook Photography Page: https://www.facebook.com/JeremyJamesRoloff
You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/user/ProductionBarn/
Website (with his friends in Santa Barbara): http://www.thefoundlife.com/
Main Venue of Communication: Twitter and Instagram
Spiritswander's Overview: Jeremy is the Roloff with the most tainted and controversial past on Social Media (although Jacob might be catching him, except that Jacob also receives a lot of praise for what he's doing). We won't re-hash all of Jeremy's past on social media (you can search Spiritswander for more info).
At one time Jeremy was much maligned for his treatment of fans online and then how he ignored them totally. That changed a little bit since Jeremy got interested in photography, attended Brooks Institute of Photography and started thinking about using his photography for business. Now he has actually asked fans to follow his twitter, Instagram page and like his Facebook page.
On twitter, Jeremy mostly posts inspiration sayings, links Bible quotes or posts about Jesus. A lot of Jeremy's twitter feed is linking his Instagram pics which he uses almost everyday.
Jeremy still rarely interacts with fans. Sometimes if a fan praises his photography and commends him for tweeting about God, Jeremy will say "Thanks". If a fan asks him on Instagram "Is that Waterfall, xyz Waterfall in such and such city, it looks familiar?" Jeremy will sometimes respond with a "yes, thanks".
Jeremy doesn't answer questions about the show. He doesn't talk about any controversial topics he's been involved with. He doesn't voice his opinion on any subjects that might be controversial. For the most part, it is "Here's my photography, here's some Bible quotes I like", and "Thank you".
Jeremy hasn't used his Facebook fan page since May. He seems to randomly go back to it after long periods of inactivity.
Jeremy used to use You Tube channel, but now he has a Vimeo video account where he has made 6 videos (some rather recently).
Jeremy has been talking about (for over a year or almost two) how he is working on an official website. Jacob also alluded to how Jeremy is starting his own photography business but his website isn't up and running yet.
Conclusion: Jeremy has obviously learned from his infamous past on Social Media and now is very careful to keep his real conversations with his friends off of social media and his real feelings for fans of the show far away from his online accounts. He's very guarded and very simple in any interactions with fans on social media accounts - usually keeping it to a simple "Thanks".
Also, as Jeremy prepares to launch/begin using his photography as a business and attempts to sell his work, he has obviously realized that it's advantageous to use his LPBW fan base to support his work -- and that explains his change from not wanting to have anything to do with fans to inviting them to follow him on twitter, etc.
Jeremy shares a lot of his photography and videos on the above mention sites. His interactions with fans are kept at a minimum and are very basic. Jeremy never speaks about any topics that are controversial and avoids all negative questions or comments. However, all of Jeremy's social media sites with the exception of his personal Facebook page, are public. Jeremy and Jacob are the only Roloff "kids" to have all public accounts on social media at this time.
Social Media Accounts:
Main Venue of Communication: None
Zach does not have a twitter account or a public Facebook fan page. He only has a private Facebook strictly for his friends.
This July he got an Instagram account, but only has posted 2 photos since July.
Spiritswander's Overview: Way back when Little People, Big World first started and Zach was Jacob's age now, Zach used Myspace. He got into trouble when he publicly posted calling pumpkin season customers "Dumb idiots that ask for pictures". Despite that, back then Zach did develop a good reputation for interacting with fans and responding to their comments (especially in comparison to Jeremy). However, since Zach got older, he has basically abandoned all interaction with fans and doesn't express anything on social media. Jacob says it's because Zach doesn't want to deal with idiots.
Social Media Accounts:
Instagram (but it's private - the only Roloff to have Instagram but have it private): http://instagram.com/mollyjoroloff
You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/user/mojoro2
Main Venue of Communication: None
Spiritswander's Overview: Molly does not (and has never) speak to or acknowledge fans in any way on Social media. The only fan she has acknowledged on twitter is an actor that said he was a fan. She originally had her twitter account private, but must have realized that it's pointless to have a private twitter account since everyone who is not following you, including people you like, will never see your tweets. Even with a public twitter, Molly never acknowledges fans. Ever.
She had the You Tube account and once posted a video with friends. When fans began commenting on the fact she named a character "Dr Hemp" and began questioning why a good Christian would do that or when people began commenting on Jeremy and Mueller's various acts - Molly angrily responded in a comment something along the lines that no one had any right to every judge a Roloff or a Roloff friend. She then deleted or made the video "private" and disabled comments. She posted a school video 10 months ago and that was it for her activity on her You Tube channel.
Social Media Accounts:
Main Venue of Communication: Ask.fm and Twitter
Spiritswander's Overview: Jacob has been the star of Roloff Social Media in the past few months. His ask.fm account has been unprecedented for a Roloff. Although some people will dispute an answer here or there, the honesty is off the charts for a Roloff.
The other Roloffs that speak (which basically makes means Matt and Amy, because Jeremy, Zach and Molly are unwilling to speak about the show or their opinions on anything) are known for not exactly being overly truthful. They project an image and that's the goal. People often get the feeling that Matt, Amy, Jeremy, etc. are just spewing BS and don't really believe what they are saying.
Jacob is the opposite. Although there are some that are upset with his demeanor on ask.fm or accuse of him of name calling instead of engaging in an intellectual debate about something, I think for the majority of things you can at least come away honestly thinking that Jacob really believes what he is saying and for the most part is being truthful.I don't think that can be said of any other Roloff.
Jacob has stated the main reason he has ask.fm is because he enjoys arguing with "idiots" and finds it amusing to listen to them. Although Jacob maintains that he doesn't care at all about what people think of him, he denies that it's correct for people to call him rude - he says the majority of questions or comments he responds to are rude or negative so he responds by being rude to them. Jacob says he reads all the comments from "positive" fans but doesn't reply because all he would say is "Thanks" and that would be boring, so people just see him being rude - because those the ones to which he responds.
However, having said that, Jacob is by far the most interactive Roloff. He does often answer curiosity questions, general questions about his feelings on different issues and his feelings about the show - in a very real way. A person recently asked him since they are filming currently if they are on the "We are getting divorced" script or the "We might lose the Farm" script? Jacob replied "probably both". The point is, he's the only Roloff that would get that, most likely agree (although he sarcastic a lot of the time) and respond.
Jacob is also the only Roloff to ever admit bad behavior. When people started saying he bullied a classmate in junior high, Jacob admitted it was true. He has commented on having sex with his ex girlfriend, his enjoyment of smoking weed, opinions that marijuana is harmless and doesn't make him "lost" or a "bad kid, his opinions on the show, being expelled, not really having his driver's license despite what the LPBW conveyed -- he pretty much will address all topics. The only subject that he flat out dodged and refused to answer was when people asked whether he believes that gay people should pray to Jesus to be cured? He said he won't answer. But pretty much everything else, Jacob usually addresses in a pretty honest manner.
Conclusion: Saying Jacob is the most honest or the most real Roloff is a "no brainer". If you like Spiritswander because you want to sort through the "BS" of the PR show image and want to know the truth and what people really think, Jacob's ask.fm is a must. Heck, if Jacob's ask.fm account had existed all along, there might not have ever been a need for the Spiritswander Blog to be established. Haha.
And finally, just a few Roloff related accounts that people often ask about:
Audrey Botti (Jeremy's girlfriend)
Social Media accounts:
Spiritswander Overview: Audrey is Jeremy's girlfriend of two years and people are often curious as to what she is like. She often posts picture on Instagram of her and Jeremy. Her twitter and blogger account (which gives a better idea of what she is like) are very religious with a lot of Bible and Jesus quotes and references.
Tori Patton (Zach's girlfriend)
Social Media Accounts:
Spiritswander Overview: Tori is Zach's girlfriend. She often posts Instagram photos of her and Zach.
Social Media Accounts
Spiritswander Overview: People still ask about Jacob Mueller, who was known as Jeremy Roloff's best friend for all of the LPBW series and appeared in practically every season. Destiney is Mueller's wife. They celebrated the birth of their son, Payton, in July. Mueller's instagram and twitter are private (and he has an infamous history with hating fans of the show anyway), but Destiney's are public for those who are interested in seeing what Mueller is up to.