The announcement of Timeline for Facebook Pages has left many small business Facebook page owners a little daunted. I’ve put together a video with some colleagues where we talk about the changes, how to take advantage of them and we also critique some Facebook Timeline Pages.
As a small business owner, Facebook’s new Timeline for Brand Pages may have your head spinning.
As a non-profit director or stakeholder, you might even be hesitant to publish your timeline just yet.
After all, Facebook moved the cheese on February 29, 2012 and new features and hidden treasures are found on our Pages each day!
But never fear…
Crowdsourcing Your Curiosities
Social Media allows us to reach out to groups of trusted friends when we have questions on a topic. So, I took the opportunity to reach out to some Facebook fans and let them ask me some questions.
I was curious about a new online meeting tool – Meetingburner – So it was a chance for me to ask some questions and test a tool.
In the video below we cover:
- Basics of the new Admin Panel on Facebook Pages.
- Dimensions of the Timeline Cover Image.
- Customizing Tab & App Images.
- Using Facebook as your business brand.
- Critiques of Facebook Pages & Timeline Appearances.
- And more.
Commonly Asked Questions About Timeline For Facebook Pages
Note: The sound is a bit shaky at first, but improves a few minutes in.
The video should serve as a session on basics for those that are up for exploring over a cup of coffee. It is an intimate setting with a small group, so certainly friendly. Also some great examples of Facebook Pages using varied applications customized to their organization.
My thoughts on Meetingburner will follow in a future blog post – I’m still learning the bells and whistles. 😉
Are there questions about Facebook’s Timeline for Business Pages that were not addressed in the video above?
What tips can you offer others?
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Image Credit: From Facebook’s fMC conference on February 29, 2012