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Take Advantage of your Page App Icons

  Much ado about the Timeline and integrating the profile image to work with the cover photo has been made. But what about your app icons? Each app you make can have it’s own thumbnail image and associated small icon. While you cannot move where the Photos are, you can manage the page so that the last image up is
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See all the people you care about: Close Friends

  Another development in Facebook is the ability to star those who are close to you to ensure you get all of their posts. This is another step for Facebook to give you tighter integration with your friends of relevance and also to strengthen what Facebook knows about you. The more data that Facebook is able to have on you,
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New Facebook Page Profile size

Facebook sent out this message to Page owners in the weekly page update. I usually ignore this email as it mostly is just stats that one can access in more depth from the page: Hi, On April 26, we will be updating the size of the profile picture on all Pages. We are letting you know about this small change
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Think Before You Act

A little funny for you today. A little thinking may have saved the day. Sometimes being a smart-ass with technology doesn’t help.

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Too Many Posts to Your Timeline Creates Havoc to Like

Yesterday I received a lot of posts on my Facebook wall as it was my birthday. What the problem was, was that I could not readily access to see who was posting, or to like each post because of the volume. This got me thinking of how this really is a limitation for someone who might have upwards to 5000
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Facebook Pages Timeline Migration Guide

On March 30, 2012 all Facebook pages will automatically get the new timeline design. Don’t Panic. There is time. First off, if you are having a good return on your page investment, carry on as usual. The addition of the timeline gives a few new items, takes some others away, but in general pulls together a lot of changes in
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Updating Your Own Facebook Status

Updating your status on Facebook allows you to project a single message to a large audience. Your status is a reflection of who you are and what you do. You can update your status with press mentions, your latest blog entry, a new project you’re working on or your interest in a particular job. Based on your branding strategy, you’ll
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My 2011 Top Social List

Another year to start collecting items for review next year. In the mean time should we look at a bit of what went down in social media last year? Usually I can’t be bothered with year-end lists. I used to spend all of New Years Day waiting for the top song of the year in the 100 countdown. That of
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Keeping within the Platform’s Guidelines.

All major social platforms have their own usage guidelines. The following is some themes that emerge on the major social platforms.  Of course it is always due diligence to read the actual guidelines on each platform’s website. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/terms.php Twitter: http://t.co/nY4u5Nf Brand Guidelines: – Twitter: Offers “Verified Account” badges for accounts and “Promoted” badges for accounts, tweets and trends. These
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