Digital 3.0 101:
     for Government
What is Facebook?
Are you on Facebook? Viral marketing
  at its best—it seems that everyone
 is addicted to this social ne...
Who uses Facebook?
 Building a public profile via Facebook enables you
to share your business, services, and products with...
Getting Started
To sign up for a Facebook account, go to
 Facebook.com and click on “Sign Up,”
      and follow these simp...
How to Facebook
Use your real name to sign up
for your account so friends and
potential customers can find you
quickly. If...
How to Facebook
Once you’re registered, you can
start adding friends by sending them
individual friend or group invitation...
How to Facebook
To post a Facebook status update,
log onto the Webpage from your
computer or mobile device and
use the sta...
How to Facebook
Once entered and saved, your
status update will appear on your
Facebook profile as well as in
your contact...
Why Facebook for Government?
       Even public servants in England are getting in touch
  with the digital age through Fa...
Facebook Government Benefits
          Help government officials speak with
              an authoritative voice online.

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Facebook 101 for Government

  1. 1. Digital 3.0 101: for Government
  2. 2. What is Facebook? Are you on Facebook? Viral marketing at its best—it seems that everyone is addicted to this social networking interface. Building a public profile via Facebook enables you to share your business, services, and products with other Facebook users.
  3. 3. Who uses Facebook? Building a public profile via Facebook enables you to share your business, services, and products with other Facebook users. Join the one million new registrants each week so your contacts can interact with your Facebook profile, news feeds, and status updates.
  4. 4. Getting Started To sign up for a Facebook account, go to Facebook.com and click on “Sign Up,” and follow these simple steps:
  5. 5. How to Facebook Use your real name to sign up for your account so friends and potential customers can find you quickly. If you’re worried about just anyone viewing your company profile, adjust your privacy settings to limit what your Facebook contacts can view.
  6. 6. How to Facebook Once you’re registered, you can start adding friends by sending them individual friend or group invitations to link/join your profile. For full registration details, visit http://apps.facebook.com/registernow/.
  7. 7. How to Facebook To post a Facebook status update, log onto the Webpage from your computer or mobile device and use the status update window to instantly spread word of your newest product, service, or offer.
  8. 8. How to Facebook Once entered and saved, your status update will appear on your Facebook profile as well as in your contacts’ newsfeeds.
  9. 9. Why Facebook for Government? Even public servants in England are getting in touch with the digital age through Facebook! Junior public servants are being encouraged to their give their bosses a lesson on social networking 101.
  10. 10. Facebook Government Benefits Help government officials speak with an authoritative voice online. Give the public instant access to government sites. Extract public response to aid police and emergency services with information on crimes and public safety.

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