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3.5.09 Powerpoint Facebook For Beginners DWC Teleclass

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  • 1. Facebook for Beginners Presented by: Diane K. Danielson Carmina Perez
  • 2. Facebook Intro
    • Why it’s the ultimate “warm call”
    • Personal v. professional use
    • Puts the personality into online networking
    • Reasons why it’s a good thing:
      • Takes away autonomy on the web
      • Block people/report people
      • Research people before you connect
  • 3. Keeping it professional
    • Profile settings
    • Applications
    • Status reports
    • Groups
  • 4. Profile Settings
    • Joining a network (under Account Settings)
      • City, region
      • School (requires .edu email)
      • Work
    • Notifications
      • Only those requiring immediate response/review
  • 5. Profile – Personal v. Professional
    • More personal than LinkedIn.
    • BUT, use the “coffee room chatter” test.
  • 6.
  • 7. Blocked people can’t see your profile & you can’t see theirs.
  • 8.
  • 9.
  • 10. Finding Friends
    • Friend finder
    • Do NOT invite your entire address book.
    • Be selective.
    • Use the school tools, etc.
  • 11. What’s up with Apps?
    • Careful what you add.
    • These are fading a bit in popularity.
    • Difficult to prevent others seeing that you added an application.
  • 12. 1. Click on Apps in bottom left. 1. Click on Edit at top of new box.
  • 13.
  • 14.
  • 15. Joining Groups
    • Groups are actually an application, so joining a group may show up on your friend’s newsfeed.
    • Future actions taken in the group can be limited (i.e. if you didn’t want anyone to know you commented).
    • You can also hide the fact you joined a group by editing the settings to “only me”.
  • 16. It’s all about “status”
    • 30/30/30/10 rule
    • Cnn.com
  • 17. Becoming a Fan of a Page
    • Have a brand or something/someone you like, you can become a fan.
  • 18. Marketing
  • 19. Facebook Pages & Groups
    • Both allow you to:
    • Build a consumer base
    • Run promotions
    • Share info, video, photos
    • Interact with customers
  • 20. Facebook Pages
    • Pages also allow you to:
    • Customize content
    • Sell products
    • Have unltd # of fans and updates
    • Track analytics
    • Tie in to Facebook ads
  • 21.
  • 22.
  • 23. Facebook Ads
  • 24. 1. Design your ad
  • 25. Social ads Will appear on the newsfeed or sidebar
  • 26. 2. Pick your audience
    • Location
    • Age
    • Sex
    • Keywords
    • Education
    • Workplace
    • Relationship status
    • Relationship Interests
    • Languages
  • 27. 3. Set a budget
    • daily maximum?
    • run continuously or on specified dates?
    • pay for clicks or views?
    • maximum bid?
  • 28. Thank You!