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Top 3 Reasons We Like the New Facebook Pages

If you’re the administrator of your company’s Facebook page, you’ll soon be seeing changes – business pages will look and act more like the new individual profile pages with photos across the top and navigation down the left. If you haven’t already, you’ll soon be seeing the option to upgrade to the new layout for pages; eventually all pages will be upgraded by March. More photos First, you’ll see more photos on the page, and have the ability to hide…

Your Qs Answered: New Facebook Groups

 Last week we addressed the first round of most common questions about the new Facebook groups functionality. Now that everyone has had a week or so to start using the new Facebook groups, we’ve heard some of the most common issues (and we’ve found a few solutions): How can I remove someone from a group? You can always remove yourself from a group. In the upper right corner, under the Members heading, you’ll see 3 links: Chat with Group, Add…

Your New Facebook Groups Questions, Answered

Facebook announced new Group features yesterday that allows easier sharing of information among small groups of people plus group chat. You may be familiar with the old Facebook Groups and this announcement changes  the way Groups work—and raised a lot of questions. Here are our top 9 things you need to know about the new Facebook Groups. Why am I automatically in a group? When your friend, relative, colleague, band mate, etc. created the new Facebook group, they had to…

How Can Social Media Change the World?

In the past few weeks, I’ve seen how social media can be both a great tool for keeping in touch and an illusion for feeling like you’re connected. The Good In August I was on vacation in Moscow, and I was lucky enough to be able to stay with a friend who lives and works there. His job requires that he live overseas for two or three years at a time with limited home leave so I don’t get to…

Facebook Community Pages – Why You May Already Have One and Why You Don’t Want to Create One

Facebook rolled out new community pages a few weeks back, and apparently it’s led to some confusion about what they are and aren’t (and what they might become), since these pages are in addition to the existing profile pages for business, celebrities and organizations that we already know and “like.” At the moment most community pages are acting like an aggregator or one-stop resource for information on a particular topic, pulling in information from existing official business pages or related…

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