The long way… codehttp://developers.facebook.com/docs/opengraph/1. Configure meta tags for page2. Add the Like button code3. Test the before releasing into wild4. Connect site page to FB page or application5. Customize the meta tags6. Customers publish content by clicking buttons
Feed Facepile Send The easier way: Comments Social Plugins Like (button or box)Facebook Social Recommend Plugins Login Registration Live stream
Step 3: Add it to your site• Button code goes in content areas• Tags go in <head> area of page
Things to think about• Utilize the sites that already implemented OpenGraph• Try not to over clutter your pages with FB buttons – they aren’t the whole world• Use them for events – Great way to connect!
Your turnDetermine where you would use a social pluginPick one plugin to implement on your siteUse the forms accessed through:http://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/Create the code & tags for a button for your siteTime limit: 10 minutes
Your turnDetermine which other open graphimplementations you would use for your siteand how you would implement them. Come upwith three ways the rest of the open graph canhelp you increase cross channel interactions.Time limit: 10 minutes