Social Media

Facebook Fan Page Wall

Facebook Fan Page Wall

By on Dec 15, 2011 in Facebook, Social Media | 0 comments

A few weeks ago, Facebook changed the way uses can interact with fan pages. Previously a visitor had to LIKE your page before they could make a comment or post on your fan page wall.  Now visitors can share comments and posts without having to LIKE your fan page first. Though we all love to have our number of LIKES increasing, this change gives users more...

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Tips and Tricks for Google+

By on Nov 26, 2011 in Google+ | 0 comments

Here are some great tips on how to make your Google+ a great experience. Lou includes tip on: how to add or mention people how to edit how to send private messages how to turn off circle sharing (so other people can’t see who is in your circles how to get a more attractive Google+ URL How to format posts        ...

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Getting Started With Google+

By on Nov 25, 2011 in Google+ | 0 comments

If you already have ANY kind of google account (gmail, google docs, adwords, adsense, google analytics) you just need to log into your account and look for the Google+ page link. If you don’t have any existing google accounts, sign up for your Googe+ account here: https://plus.google.com/ The video below is a great introduction into how many of the Google+...

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Setting Up A Fan Page

By on Mar 25, 2010 in Facebook | 0 comments

Setting up a Fan Page on Facebook is easy … but only after you spend hours ripping your hair out to figure out where the add a page panel is! Here’s the step-by-step setup process: 1. Log into your Facebook Account (your Profile) 2. Click on HOME 3. On the right hand menu, click on “Ads and Pages.” If you can’t find it … try...

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Profiles, Fan Pages and Groups

By on Mar 25, 2010 in Facebook | 0 comments

One of the challenges with Facebook is understanding the differences between the three main ways of connecting with an audience. Once you understand the differences, then develop a strategy for using the various elements to build relationships and market your business. Facebook Profile Facebook Page (Fan Page) Facebook Group 1. Facebook Profile = Friends Your first...

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