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QuickTips: Posting on Facebook

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    QuickTips: Posting on Facebook QuickTips: Posting on Facebook Presentation Transcript

    • Posting on Facebook Author:  Sylwia  Presley,  April  2010  
    • IntroductionFacebook is currently the leading social network with plenty of functionalitiesallowing brands and individuals to present themselves and engage in genuine,valuable discussions.Status update is a basic functionality of Facebook. If used wisely it can lead tovaluable conversations and promotion of one’s brand.Sharing information on Facebook is based on so called Ripple Effect – everysingle reaction to your status update will appear on your friend’s wall andbecome visible to their networks too. This way a single message has apotential reach multiplied by all networks of your friends, their friends etc.
    • Facebook profiles, fan pages, groupsUpdating your personal Facebook, brand fan page or a group status works inthe same way. Simply type your message and click “share” button.Facebook updates and comments are featured based on an algorithm whichis the reason why more popular updates and comments might appear on thetop of your wall when you log in to your Facebook account.
    • Status update with text messages.Basic status update on Facebook is limited to 420 characters. If you want topost a longer text you can use:1.  Facebook notes which will be posted on your profile,2.  On an external website (for example a blog) and link to it from your Facebook status.
    • Status update with linksTo update your status with a url, use the “link” option. Once you paste in the url,Facebook will automatically include part of the original content – text andimages.
    • Status update with linksThe automated description of your link is not always pretty! You can edit thetext before you post the entire status.
    • Status update with linksYou can also choose the thumbnail before you post the status. Try it with linksto videos too!
    • Status update with linksYou can also add you own description of the link. It’s polite to do so – try toexplain to your friends why this particular link is important to you, use it to callto action!
    • Status update with friends includedYou can post updates including your friends – this way the message willappear on their wall. Your friends will be also notified that you have includedthem in your post. To do so you need to tag them, meaning ad “@” sign andjust after it start typing your friend’s name.Facebook will automatically start suggesting you friends, so just click on theright one on the suggested list to add her/him to your update.
    • Status update with fan pages includedIncluding names of your favourite fan pages is very easy. You can tag fanpages in the very same way you tag your friends, but remember – you have tobe a fan of that fan page first to be able to tag it!
    • Status update with other functionsEverything you do on Facebook will appear as a status update on your wall. Ifyou add photos, post a question or comment on someone else’s wallFacebook will update your status automatically. You can remove it afterwards:
    • ContactIf you have any comments please contact:Sylwia PresleyE-mail: sylwiapresley@nfpvoice.comMobile: 07850 138 178Twitter: @presleysylwia and @nfpvoiceSkype: sylwia.presley