Essential Guide To Facebook Page Changes [SCREENSHOTS] Facebook unveiled major upgrades to fan Pages on February 10.
If you have not yet upgraded your Page(s), you can do so here. I recommended choosing the Preview option first to get a feel for what’s changed. However, on March 10, the upgrade will be automatic, so you may as well switch before then to get used to it. ALL Page Admins who have upgraded their Page already (or are currently using Facebook in Page Preview mode), will view *your* Page in the upgraded design whether you’ve upgraded yet or not. Basically, it’s the same as the new Profile design rollout – anyone who upgraded sees everyone else the new way.
In this post, I’ll walk you through the main Page upgrades, complete with marked-up screenshots and a review of each change. Logged in as Profile The layout and navigation of Pages are now very similar to the new Profile design. Facebook Page Changes (viewing in Profile Mode) Logged in as Page. 8 Ways to Create Paperless Business Cards. What's that, you're still printing your business card on paper?
That is so last year. These days, business cards are going all virtual and that's a good thing. Not only are paperless business cards good for the environment, and easier to carry, they're also unlimited — you'll never run out when you're networking at an event or conference. But there are a bunch of different ways to construct a virtual business card, which is right for you? Below are eight ways to build a virtual business card that you can use to send your information to contacts the next time you're at a networking event. Use Your Phone 1. Contxts - Send and receive 140 character business cards via text message for free. 140 characters doesn't seem like a lot, but it's enough to include vital contact information (like name, business name, phone #, and email). Internet Summit: Steve’s Presentation File and Links.
HOW TO: Attract and Engage Social Media Moms. Noa Gafni is a social media consultant with a focus on women and Gen Y.
She authors Webutantes, a blog about Internet trends impacting women. Moms are one of the Internet’s most desirable groups. eMarketer estimates that there were 35.3 million US mothers online in 2008, a number that is expected to reach 39.6 million by 2012. New communities and content sites for moms appear practically every day. Marketers and advertisers are constantly trying to reach this all-powerful group, who not only carry strength in their numbers but also in their purchasing power. Although many attempts have been made to use Web 2.0 tools to engage mothers, only a few have been successful.
Do Your Research You probably know that mothers are strong online shoppers and that they search for health information online. Moms are on Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, blogs and even social bookmarking sites. . - BlogHer is one of the Web’s largest communities for women who blog. 10 Helpful Social Media Management Tools. A roundup of the most popular business tools you can use to organize your social networks.
By now, every business owner should know they need a social media presence. The current issue that looms over businesses large and small is how to organize and track their multiple social channels. As the demand for social media management tools increases, entrepreneurs have been more than happy to supply solutions. To give you an idea of what's out there, here's a round up of the 10 most popular business tools companies can use to organize their social network accounts. 1. Recent Articles From Business Insider Users who sign up for the free basic plan get five profiles and two RSS feeds for Facebook and Twitter, as well as a 30-day free trial for its stats-tracking service, Ow.ly Pro. Pro Plans range from $5.99 to $49.99 per month and include unlimited profiles, RSS feeds, and Ow.ly stats, one "team member" to help you maintain your status updates, Google Analytics Integration, and more. The 5 Pillars of Social Media Marketing. Are you allocating budget to Social Media Marketing in 2011?
Are you wondering how to boost your social media marketing success? While keeping up with Social Media Marketing Skills demands a lot from your organization, here are excellent tips that will help your business succeed. The other day, I listened to some great tips on LinkedIn, answering the following interesting question: “Social Media Marketing – In-house or Outsource?”. I have read all answers and grouped them into five categories that could support your Social Media Marketing Success: Time and Money, Clear Goals, Skills, Engagement, Part of Total Business Dedicate Time and Money.