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I’m guessing many of you are still sitting on the fence when it comes to putting your business on Facebook . “Let me get this straight,” you may say. “You want me to use Facebook to market my business? Are you crazy?” Not if you provide products or services to postmenopausal women. Women over the age of 55 make up the fastest-growing Facebook segment , according to Paul Dunay and Richard Krueger , authors of Facebook Marketing for Dummies .
Top 10 Facebook Apps for Building Custom Pages & Tabs | Social Media Examiner - (Navigazione anonima)Are you looking for an easy way to create attractive pages on Facebook? Are you wondering how businesses are creating Welcome tabs? In this article I’ll reveal a number of applications that make it very easy to . Custom Tabs: What You Need to Know
This article is updated! Please refer to the latest How to Build the Perfect Facebook Fan Page article here . . This is a guest post by Tim Ware, owner of HyperArts .
Dalla Home Page di Facebook www.facebook.com cliccare su “crea una pagina”. In alternativa dal profilo personale troveremo la voce “crea una pagina” sul fondo sulla pagina. Seguiamo le istruzioni e inseriamo tutti i dati, l’immagine, altre foto o video. 1) Creiamo un’immagine Con un programma di elaborazione delle immagini creiamo un’immagine delle dimensioni massime di 700 pixel di altezza e 500 pixel di larghezza.
Posted on 6 September, 2011 By Kim Woodbridge Last Winter I wrote a popular article on creating a custom Facebook page tab with iframes . Since Facebook seems to enjoy changing the interface and settings as soon as we get accustomed to them, they have slightly changed the page for creating a new Facebook application and there are some different fields to fill out. Here I will provide updated instructions. Updated Instructions
IMPORTANT: Facebook announced that as of February 1, 2012 they are removing App Profile Pages, and the new way is pretty great. Read our article on the App Profile Pages being removed . Updated Tutorial: Fall 2011 Facebook has been very busy updating how things are done, and one of the changes is how you create an iFrame application tab.
Welcome back! In this part of the tutorial we’re going to be coding our design into HTML and illustrating some of Facebook’s CSS style properties that will give it that native feel. So stick with me, make yourself a cup of tea and happy coding! Introduction Welcome to part 2 of our design and code a native Facebook app.
During this series I’ll be looking behind the UI of Facebook and, in the process, showing you how to create your own integrated Facebook blog app through an RSS feed. Love it or hate it Facebook has become an integral part of people’s lives. For many it’s a tool that allows us to catch up with old friends, share photos or plan our nights out with our mates. However, behind the social interaction lies a complex structure of careful UI planning that has been tweaked and re-tweaked. In the early days of Facebook I was never a fan of its “boring look and feel” and always felt that it had potential for so much more in terms of design. However, it’s only as my knowledge and experience of being a UI designer has progressed that I now realize it’s Facebook’s simplicity and ease of use that has allowed it to become so successful.
NOTE: At the f8 Developer Conference in Sept 2011, Facebook announced that on June 1, 2012 FBML will be completely disabled : “1. FBML Deprecation: FBML apps will no longer work on Platform. All FBML endpoints are removed as of June 1, 2012.” And they have it listed on their Developer Roadmap .
The Like button is a simple plugin that will let people quickly share content with their friends on Facebook. When someone clicks on a Like button on a site, a connection is created in the Graph between the content and that person: an Open Graph Like action will be published, and stories will appear on that person's timeline and their friends' news feeds. This story will link back to the site and drive distribution of content. The story created by the Like action can be enriched by using meta tags to turn a simple HTML page into an Open Graph object . If you plan to use the Like button on any page on your website, you should follow the guide to including meta tags to ensure published stories look great in news feed, on Timeline, and get the best possible distribution from people.
Ormai quasi un anno fa, dibattevamo sul fatto se fosse meglio il Like Button o lo Share Button . In seguito è stata implementata la funzionalità di poter aggiungere un commento direttamente dal pulsante Mi piace e condividere la pagina in bacheca. Era ormai evidente che il pulsante Condividi fosse pronto per andare in pensione . Oggi ne abbiamo avuto la conferma . Stamattina stavo guardando la mia Home di Facebook e mi sono accorto di un piccolo ma essenziale cambiamento . Incredulo, ho provato a cliccare sul Like Button di un mio post ed ecco il risultato, sia sulla mia Bacheca che sulla Home: