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FREE Webinar on Changes to Facebook Timeline for Business Pages

Facebook announced some significant changes to their Business and Organization Pages, introducing the Facebook Timeline for Business Pages. The

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Today, 2/29, Facebook announced some significant changes to their Business and Organization Pages, introducing the Facebook Timeline for Business Pages.  The changes are voluntary right now, but come March 31st the Facebook Timeline be mandatory and whether you’re ready or not it will become your home page.  So BE READY.

We want to help you to get your page ready for the updates to the Facebook Timeline and are offering a free webinar to help you get prepared.

Get Ready for the Facebook Timeline for Business Pages

Facebook Timeline for Business PagesJoin us on March 8 at 10:00 am Pacific to hear about how to navigate the these new changes for your business page. Here are just a few of the changes you have to look forward to.

  1. Default Landing Tabs Are Gone
  2. Photos, Likes, And Apps Are At The Top Of The Page
  3. Pin Your Favorite Post To The Top
  4. New Administrator Panel
  5. Message Fans Directly
  6. Change Your Fan Page Name
  7. Cover Photo – The cover photo can be up to 850 pixels by 315 pixels but may not contain any of the following:
    • Price or purchase information, such as “40 percent off” or “Download it at our website.”
    • Contact information, such as web address, email, mailing address or other information intended for your Page’s About section.
    • References to user interface elements, such as Like or Share, or any other Facebook site features.
    • Calls to action, such as “Get it now” or “Tell your friends.”

For small business owners, we like the changes to the Facebook Timeline, and we see some real potential especially with it…we can’t wait to share them with you.

This FREE webinar will explain the changes and show you how your business can capitalize on the Facebook Timeline.

Tune up your page to take advantage of the Facebook Timeline for Business Pages!

Reserve your seat today at the webinar March 8 at 10:00 Pacific right now!

 

Sorry this webinar has already occurred. If you’d like to talk about your Facebook Business page, please Contact Us.


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  1. User can now also collect more facebook pages likes by adding cover photos that point to facebook like button , and we have collected all those facebook cover pages .This will really help businees

    • Hi Tarun, I have to agree, putting a “like me” message seems like it would be a good use of the new cover photo area, but that is now a violation of Facebook’s terms and should not be attempted on a page that someone wants to not have shut down. Thanks for taking the time to comment though!

    • Yes, that would seem to be the logical choice, however specifically asking for the “like” is not allowed by Facebook. So do be careful with how you direct the viewer’s eye.

  2. Considering those ‘likes’ are such a vital element of the Facebook page experience for Businesses, I think making the shift and relocating them to the top of the page was a nessecary adjustment and I’m pleased to see that it’s been addressed. Previously, it was a little too much effort, in my opinion, to trace downward and find that button to click.

    BJ

  3. It does sound a little silly in theory – people being too lazy to ‘scroll down’ to find something on a webpage. In practice, however, it really does make the world of difference. When you imagine how vast the internet is and franatic the pace of searching is when it comes to the average user, things needs to be accessable immediately, if not sooner. Making this adjustment was a sage move and while simple, should make a significant difference regarding clicks-per-visitor.

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