Category Archives: Social Networking

Creating a Facebook Page Part V: sending updates

Facebook Pages, unlike Facebook Profiles, allow you to message all the people who are connected to you at once.   This is done via an “Send an Update to Fans” link on your Facebook Page.   In the past, these updates were … Continue reading

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Creating a Facebook Page Part IV: Creating a badge for your page

Creating a badge for your Facebook Profile is simple – click on the Profile menu at the top of the page, scroll to the bottom of your profile and click the “Create a Profile Badge” link. However, Facebook Pages don’t … Continue reading

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Creating a Facebook Page Part III: Creating a vanity URL

Unfortunately, the URL to your page on Facebook  is an impossible-to-remember huge string of numbers and letters.   Vanity URLs which are shorter and easier to remember are only available to businesses which spend a significant amount of money on Facebook … Continue reading

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Creating a Facebook Page Part II: Adding fresh content

One of the challenges of adding a Facebook Page to your already overflowing list of things-to-do is figuring out how you’re going to add fresh content on an ongoing basis. One way that Facebook makes it easy to do this … Continue reading

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Traffic building tips from ProBlogger

Darren Rowse shares an interesting post from one of his readers about how to drive traffic to your site using forums.

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Creating a Facebook Page

What the heck is a Facebook Page?  And how is it different from a profile on Facebook? There are three main differences: Facebook profiles may only be created for real people, and each person may only have one account.  Facebook … Continue reading

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Nice store you have here …

… shame if something were to happen to it! Merchants are yelping about yelp.   Not surprising – this sort of service is just ripe for abuse by shakedown artists.  What’s the remedy?  I think services like RatePoint, which focus on … Continue reading

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