Category: Facebook Tips

Quick, easy tool to create collages

Whenever I have a tough time deciding which photo to use for a project (especially one that has a lot of pictures to pick from), I usually consider the idea of using several of them in a collage format.  A good example is the banner we made for the Bluemont Fair (www.bluemontfair.org). This morning, I…

Facebook Fan Page Tips (4th in a series)

Last week we briefly mentioned the scheduled post feature that’s included with Facebook fan pages.  Today, we’ll show you how quick and easy it can be.  After composing your post (hopefully with a picture or graphic), select “schedule post” (#1) in the sample below.  Enter the date and time (#2 and 3) and then schedule…

Facebook Fan Page Tips (3rd in a series)

Are you making good use of the (free) traffic data that’s available for your Facebook fan page?  There’s a vast amount of useful information under the heading “Insights,” but only for fan pages that have 30 or more “Likes.” Here’s just one example: You know that the news feed is like a “river of data”…

Facebook Fan Page Tips (2nd in a series)

We’ll keep it simple this time around: You’ve worked hard to build a build a business.  You’ve spent time and money getting your name recognized and your brand known online.  So be wary of overdoing facebook posts (especially on your personal page which has a different audience than your business fan page), to the point…

Facebook Tips: Prevent Auto-start Videos

If you’re as tired as I am of the embedded video clips you now see in your Facebook feed, here’s a quick and easy way to prevent them from launching (sound & picture) automatically.  You can still click to start; this simply prevents them from auto-starting:  open a new tab and enter www.facebook.com/settings.  Then follow…

Facebook Fan Page Tips

We’re beginning a series of tips for business owners who have a Facebook fan page as well as a website.  Whether you’re “on” it or not, whether you like it or not – you can’t ignore the potential for gaining widespread exposure for your organization…and for free.  But, be aware of two common mistakes made…