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FacebookTimeline forBrand PagesWhat this means for your brand
What’s New? An overview …1   Cover image: A cover image is a banner across the top of your Page, right above your Page pro...
How It Looks1   Cover image: A cover image is a banner across the top of your Page, right above    your Page profile picture
How It Looks (cont…)2 Highlighted posts: You can now highlight any   3   Pinned posts: Pinned posts are updates   post on ...
How It Looks (cont…)4   Milestones: Create milestones in your brand history, highlighting achievements and key    dates
How It Looks (cont…)    Views and Apps: Apps, photos and       Friend Activity: When users visit5                         ...
How It Looks (cont…)    Admin panel: Page admins can view notifications and comments, respond, view insights7    and edit
How It Looks (cont…)    Activity log: Only viewable to Page admins, activity log will provide an overview of activity8   a...
What’s Gone?•   Brands will no longer be able to ‘fan-gate’ pages or apps•   Tabs have been removed, and apps/info etc now...
What does this mean for your brand?These extensive changes will mean a change in your social strategy.Important stories ca...
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  1. 1. FacebookTimeline forBrand PagesWhat this means for your brand
  2. 2. What’s New? An overview …1 Cover image: A cover image is a banner across the top of your Page, right above your Page profile picture Highlighted posts: You can now highlight any post on your Page by clicking the star icon next to each update, this will expand the2 post across the entire width of your wall3 Pinned posts: Pinned posts are updates that will stay at the top of the page for a maximum of 7 days4 Milestones: Create milestones in your brand history, highlighting achievements and key dates Views and Apps: Apps, photos and events are now displayed under the cover photo. Page admins can control what is featured5 here6 Friend Activity: When users visit your page, they’ll see if any of their friends are talking about your brand, within the page7 Admin panel: Page admins can view notifications and comments, respond, view insights and edit8 Activity log: Only viewable to Page admins, activity log will provide an overview of activity and page history
  3. 3. How It Looks1 Cover image: A cover image is a banner across the top of your Page, right above your Page profile picture
  4. 4. How It Looks (cont…)2 Highlighted posts: You can now highlight any 3 Pinned posts: Pinned posts are updates post on your Page by clicking the star icon that will stay at the top of the page for a next to each update, this will expand the maximum of 7 days post across the entire width of your wall
  5. 5. How It Looks (cont…)4 Milestones: Create milestones in your brand history, highlighting achievements and key dates
  6. 6. How It Looks (cont…) Views and Apps: Apps, photos and Friend Activity: When users visit5 6 events are now displayed under your page, they’ll see if any of their the cover photo. Page admins can friends are talking about your control what is featured here brand, within the page
  7. 7. How It Looks (cont…) Admin panel: Page admins can view notifications and comments, respond, view insights7 and edit
  8. 8. How It Looks (cont…) Activity log: Only viewable to Page admins, activity log will provide an overview of activity8 and page history
  9. 9. What’s Gone?• Brands will no longer be able to ‘fan-gate’ pages or apps• Tabs have been removed, and apps/info etc now sit under the cover image• Brands will no longer be able to set custom landing tabs - users will now automatically land on brand timeline
  10. 10. What does this mean for your brand?These extensive changes will mean a change in your social strategy.Important stories can now be featured with the click of a button, and Facebook’s newPremium ads mean your content can be placed at the very top of a user’s news feed –but this needs to be approached with caution.Consumers don’t always react well to change across social platforms, and forcing yourcontent in front of them isn’t necessarily going to result in a positive reaction.Existing content will need to be edited and new content created before you publish yournew timeline, and easily accessible historical data means you’ll need to think aboutposts from years gone by too.Our recommendation? Create a carefully thought out strategy before you click thatpublish button!Not sure where to start or have a question? Get in touch with the 3MC social media team:phil.ryan@3-monkeys.co.uk

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