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Facebook users are showing off some serious creativity by taking advantage of the new profile page photo layout . French artist Alexandre Oudin (below) has been identified as the creator of the craze, and more and more designs are now emerging. People have been playing around with their profile pics since Facebook first launched, but the new redesign allows for some inspired fun including clever animations, typography and photography magic. Have a look through our gallery of 10 of the best new Facebook profile pic hacks and share any cool creations that you've seen in the comments below. And if you've been getting crafty with your profile, we want to see it! More Social Media Resources from Mashable:
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Field of Dreams may have popularized the notion that, "If you build it, they will come," but in today's Facebook generation, brands are beginning to go where the masses are, instead of relying on the masses to come to them. With 500 million members, Facebook represents real-time access to the online mainstream. For years, brands have been using their Facebook Pages to connect with customers. As Facebook blossoms, so does brand ingenuity, and in recent months we've seen a surge in campaigns that inspire Facebook giving, incorporate Facebook Places and feature Facebook as a prominent part of product reveals and fan exclusives. Application makers are also building tools that small and big brands alike can use to sell their products and offer Facebook-tailored customer support. What follows is a deeper look at how and why these five emerging brand trends are bubbling up on the world's largest social network.
I love to see brands generating innovative, engaging and creative advertising online. Yet, I’m always surprised at how little effort companies put into Facebook from a creative perspective, especially given the noise they make about using the platform and the levels of engagement often put in. Arguably, Facebook does have a static format that needs changing, but it’s not that difficult – or expensive – to come up with some great landing page manipulation through Facebook Markup Language (FBML)...