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Facebook's New Solution For Unofficial Pages: Community Pages Want to set up a Facebook Page for “Pillow Fighting” or “Tatoos”? Previously, Facebook would simply shut down the Page or remove publishing permissions from the Page administrator. Now Facebook is suggesting that users create a “Community Page” when the page isn’t for a company, brand, or public figure, as well as when they are not an official spokesperson for that organization. Prior to the release of “Community Pages”, Facebook had to constantly monitor Pages that were not created on behalf of official organizations. It became a game for many individuals to come up with Pages that would instantly attract millions of users, however organizations were getting frustrated when a Facebook user created a brand page on behalf of them. In such cases, Facebook has removed administrator privileges from the user and given it to the brands. As Facebook states (pictured below): Generate support for your favorite cause or topic by creating a Community Page.

Promotions Guidelines (1) 6186 Words On Becoming A Facebook Machine (It's a mega post!) Warning: [If you’re a social media tool chaser (not to be confused with tail chaser), this post is NOT for you. This post is for only for smart people looking for real strategy and tactics you won’t have to trade their first born to implement. It’s my best 6,186 words of awesome thoroughness written for you! No fluff. And it’s might not be a phone read – it’s a “printer”. Disclaimer: [Before the haters check out my not yet done Facebook Fan Page (DIY place holder) and start commenting about how I haven't done everything I'm telling you to do at Facebook...] “Do As I Say, Not As I Do.” You see, I’m my worst client. I don’t treat myself as well as I do my clients. But these 15 strategies I’m sharing with you today have guided me to help clients like Microcenter to honestly get 15.000 fans in 15 days with no advertising. It’s why the Cops TV Show now has 510,000+ Facebook fans with super high engagement before their fan page design is even done. If you aren’t doing better than you were before…

Advertising Guidelines (1) 14 Tiny Tweaks to Your Facebook Page That Make an IMMEDIATE Difference No matter how long you’ve been running your brand’s Facebook page for, there’s always room for improvement. It can be difficult to decipher exactly what changes you should make though, since what works for one brand might not work for another. Or, a Facebook engagement strategy that’s new to you might be old news in the grand scheme of things. Fortunately, you’ve come to the right place! 1. You should incorporate as much SEO-friendly text (i.e. heavy on keywords) in your “About” section. 2. A Facebook page is unlikely to be the only presence you have on the Web. 3. Posting only text bores people. 4. When you add photos to your Facebook Page, always add a caption describing the photo that also includes your relevant keywords. 5. By default, new posts are displayed at the top of the timeline and older posts are pushed down. 6. To get more comments, tailor your status updates to ask for your fans’ opinions, stories and even advice. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Krissy Brady

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