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Recent updates to Facebook Pages and recommendations.

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  • Gage Social Media Marketing
    Facebook Page Updates – March 2011
  • Introduction
    2
    Recently, Facebook launched a new version of Pages that “will enable brands, businesses and organizations to build stronger relationships with their fans.”  Pages can be upgraded now or wait until March 10th when all pages will be updated.
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  • 1) Interact as the Page
    3
    Now you can log in as a Page. This means you can post, comment, or like other Pages in Facebook.
    More engagement with other brands – co-marketing
    Expand reach and exposure to more potential fans
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  • 1) Interact as the Page – Recommendations
    4
    Planned engagement with other Pages according to Content Strategy
    Use Page view to nurture strategic relationships with other Pages relevant to Fans
    Continue daily moderation to monitor Page-jacking and spam from competitors/other Pages
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  • 2) Pages Look Like Profiles
    5
    Photo Strip instead of tabs
    Profile Picture 180x540 (was 200x600)
    Tabs are now Lists
    “Info Blurb” gone
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  • 2) Pages Look Like Profiles – Recommendations
    6
    Monitor the Photostrip for high quality images and hide/remove if needed
    Update Profile Picture to new dimensions and include tagline or call-to-action with loss of “Info Blurb”
    Drive people to Lists using Wall Posts
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  • 3) iFrame Applications
    7
    Pages now have the freedom to create applications in multiple programming languages
    Benefits:
    More flexibility for custom experiences and applications
    Ability to add tracking and analytics to custom pages
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  • 3) iFrame Applications– Recommendations
    8
    Consider adding Custom Welcome Page with a clear call to action and embedded analytics
    Consider iFrame Applications for Promotions, Contests, Sweeps, Surveys, and Polls
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  • 4) Engagement
    9
    Two big changes in engagement
    Newsfeed default for users – brands may disappear from the fans Newsfeed
    Inter-communication – commenting plug-in
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  • 4) Engagement – Recommendations
    10
    Use the new tools. Increase the conversation happening on websites to offset the changes to the Newsfeed.
    Use a social media management platform – careful management and measurement is more important
    Step up efforts to win engagement – don’t disappear from the Newsfeed!
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  • 11
    For more information
    Tim Bursch
    Social Media Manager
    Gage Marketing Group
    Email: tim_bursch@gage.com
    Twitter: http://twitter.com/timbursch
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