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Facebook Pages Explained Tech Tuesday April 2011


Facebook Pages features, how-to

Facebook Pages features, how-to

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  • Pass around a sheet for people to write down their fan page names
  • Finding new connections with othersReach new audiencesPagesGroupsEvent announcements
  • Use different names for work and home (perhaps use your nickname for home use)Combined accounts mix work and after-work – may find new connections with co-workers and friends (use the example of Ryan Schmessing, national 4-h looking for autism researchers)Fan page advantages: no automatic connection to your personal site, multiple admins, updates automatically fed to your “fans”Groups: connected to your personal FB page, can be private. No auto updates, tho
  • Profile/newsfeedEntry into Facebook (newsfeed)Like a homepage for FB about you (profile)Can create more than one (use different email addresses/name) –against FB rulesNeed to friend people (limit 5000)A profile is needed for creating other types of FB sites
  • Facebook Page TourThis is the view of an admin. You should have at least 2 admins for each page. The more, the merrier. Click 1 – only other admins can see the list of admins for a page (this list are links to personal profiles)Click 2 – the wall: just like your profile wall – admins can add status updates, links, photos, questions (poll), etc. By default, fans can add content as well (in addition to liking and commenting status posts)Click 3 – Info –go to next slide
  • As an admin, click edit page to fill in the blanks for basic information about the page. Be sure to add a link to a corresponding webpage, if you have one. Next page
  • All CES Facebook pages should have this text included in their General Info.
  • Facebook Page TourClick 1 – the number of fans this page currently has. You can create a custom URL once you have 25 Likes/fans. It will make it easier to promote the site on brochures, email, etc. It is included as part of editing the pageClick 2 – as an admin, you can suggest this page to your profile friends to increase the number of fansClick 3 – as an admin, you can “like” other pages to promote them. You can add more by going to that page and “adding it to your pages likes”Click 4 – as an admin, you can post comments and likes as the page on other personal profiles and pages and not as your personal profileClick 5 – Insights are statistics about the usage of your page –go to next page
  • You also get a weekly email with all your pages insights.
  • Facebook group tourMany of same features as profiles and pages (wall, posts, events, etc.) A group is linked to your personal profile and you interact with it as you (not your page). Best for small group interaction.Click 1 – Type of group: closed (anyone can see the group, but only members see messages), secret (only invited members can see the group), open (public, anyone can find and join)Click 2 – Email list (especially good for group members who don’t use Facebook very often)Click 3 – depending on settings, any member can add more members from their own friends listClick 4 – Group chat with members who are onlineClick 5 – Create a doc – like notes in personal profiles – used for longer messages.
  • In addition to an admin having the ability to suggest to friends, fans can Share the page on their personal profile wall.Online book club or other giveawaysEmail signature filesLink from websites, FYI, or County pages
  • What is you already have a profile that really should be a page? You can migrate it using this tool.Be sure you want to make the change – will loose contentBut can add more admins, etc.
  • If you have a work-related FB page, please type it’s name or URL into the chat window


  • 1. Molly Immendorf
    Instructional Technology SpecialistCooperative Extension Technology Services
    Facebook Pages Explained
  • 2. Contact information
    Presentation available on SlideShare.net:
    Technology Teaching Tips & Tools
  • 3. Introduce you to Facebook profiles, pages and groups
    How to set up and manage a Page
    Share specific examples of Facebook Pages
    Discuss communication opportunities when using Facebook
    Today’s Objectives
  • 4. Do you Facebook?
    Yes, doesn’t everybody?
    No, it’s not for me
  • 5. Do you “like” a Facebook page
    Yes, 1 or more
  • 6. Do you have a Facebook page?
    Yes, for work
    Yes, for something other than work
  • 7. Do you belong to a Facebook group?
    Yes, for work
    Yes, for something other than work
  • 8. Facebook stats
    500 million + active users
    Average user has 130 friends
    Average user is connected to 80 community pages, groups and events
    People spend over 700 billion minutes per month on Facebook
  • 9. Ways to use Facebook
  • 10. Ways to connect on Facebook
  • 11. Interchangeable terms
    Facebook Account = Personal profile = Personal Page
    Facebook Page = Fan Page = Page
  • 12. Newsfeed
  • 13. Create a Page
    Click Ads and Pages
    Click Create Page
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  • 16. Add to all FB pages under General Information (Info)
    While the University of Wisconsin Colleges and University of Wisconsin – Extension does not regularly review content posted to social media sites, the administration shall have the right to remove any content from any official site for any reason, including but not limited to content deemed  threatening, obscene, a violation of intellectual property rights or privacy laws, or otherwise injurious or illegal. Public opinions/comments posted on this site do not necessarily reflect those of UW-Extension/UW Colleges.
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  • 21. Questions?
  • 22. Consider these…
    Promoting your page
  • 23. Promoting Your Page
    Molly Immendorf
    Instructional Technology Specialist
    Cooperative Extension Technology Services
    University of Wisconsin - Extension, Cooperative Extension
    (608) 263-3843
    Facebook: Cooperative Extension Technology Services
    Twitter: "immendorf" and "cetechservices"
    Blog: http://fyi.uwex.edu/edtech
  • 24. Third-Party Account Management Tools
    Comparison site
  • 25. https://www.facebook.com/pages/create.php?migrate
  • 26. Selected Facebook Pages
    University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension
    UW Colleges / UW-Extension
    Cooperative Extension System
    Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development
    UW-Extension Community, Natural Resource and Economic Development
    University of Wisconsin-Extension Family Living Programs
    University of Wisconsin-Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources
    Heart of the Farm
    Oneida County UW-Extension
    Milwaukee County UW-Extension
    Dane County UW Extension
    Fond du Lac CountyUW-Extension
    Winnebago County 4-H
    Rock County UWEX Horticulture Education
    Marathon County 4-H – Wisconsin
    Wisconsin School Breakfast Programs
    Leadership Wisconsin
  • 27. Technology Teaching Tips and Tools
  • 28. Resources
    University of Wyoming CE Facebook Learning guide
  • 29. Questions?
  • 30. Contact information
    Presentation available on SlideShare.net:
    Technology Teaching Tips & Tools