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Social Media Start Up Guide

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Social Networking “Start Up” Guide to Social Networking Sites Facebook and Twitter developed by NASBLA's Education & Awareness Committee, Marketing & Outreach Subcommittee

Social Networking “Start Up” Guide to Social Networking Sites Facebook and Twitter developed by NASBLA's Education & Awareness Committee, Marketing & Outreach Subcommittee

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  • 1. NASBLA Marketing and Outreach Subcommittee
    • Social Networking “Start Up” Guide to Social Networking Sites Facebook and Twitter
  • 2. Facebook: Homepage www.Facebook.com On some systems, this message will appear
  • 3. Facebook: Homepage www.Facebook.com On other systems, you will need to click here
  • 4. Facebook: Homepage
  • 5. “ Create New Facebook Page” Highly recommend not making visible until ready to publish
  • 6. Create an Account Administrator’s E-mail and password Agency- Date of Inception
  • 7. E-Mail Confirmation
  • 8. Account Confirmation
  • 9. Account Confirmation
  • 10. The Difference between a PAGE and a PROFILE … make sure you DO NOT create a profile.
  • 11. Your Page – Currently Not Visible to Others At this time, Facebook is only allowing personal profiles to link to Twitter. This may change in the future.
  • 12. Edit Page You can view your page and upload your logo and agency mission statement or description at anytime during this process.
  • 13. Edit Page
  • 14. Settings Page
  • 15. Settings: “Editing Wall Settings”
  • 16. Settings: “Edit Mobile Settings”
  • 17. Settings: “Edit Discussion Board Settings”
  • 18. Settings: “Edit Event Settings”
  • 19. Settings: “Edit Link Settings”
  • 20. Settings: “Edit Link Settings”
  • 21. Settings: “Edit Photos Settings”
  • 22. Edit Profile
  • 23. Edit Profile, continued
  • 24. Twitter: Homeback www.Twitter.com
  • 25. Creating an Account
  • 26. Creating an Account, continued
  • 27. Settings: Mobile
  • 28. Settings: Notices
  • 29. Settings: Profile
  • 30. Settings: Design Your Background
  • 31. Find People By Name or Company Type
  • 32. Following
  • 33. Following, continued
  • 34. Followers