This presentation will show you how to set up a Facebook Fan page to include important basic configurations, best practices for increasing and sustaining engagement, and methods for increasing integration.
Recommended to post by both page and fans to get the most interaction. Also include the capability of fans to post photos, videos and links.The idea is to increase communication as much as possible.
Later, we will be talking about landing pages. This is the first step. First create a content page and tab on Facebook.
You can use any Web editing tool to create your code. Keep your code as simple as possible; this will help with compatibility with Facebook.Here is more on FBML: http://wiki.developers.facebook.com/index.php/FBML
If it is your first time loading FBML you should see a link for FBML – FBML.Otherwise, you will see an application with the name <some application – FBML. Regardless, you click on the “Edit” link.
If you intend to have a specialized landing page, you must first create a FBML page.
I encourage you to get more members of your organization involved as administrators.
You must systematically tab through each block so that it will verify the content.
Have your members assist you with recruiting for your site.
Cross pollinate your links across your site.
Send out a notice at least quarterly to your e-mail lists and distribution lists.
Conduct a poll, asking fans for their favorite image, video, link, etc.Conduct a drawing for a book, free pass, freebie, etc.Publicize winners of contests.Clever contest by IKEA: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TYy_3786bo
Basically, the http:// will help make the link hot.
If you are friends with the individuals in the pictures, you can tag them. Otherwise, encourage them to tag themselves.
You can find more information about this feature at this page: http://wiki.developers.facebook.com/index.php/Fan_Box
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You have just set up your Facebook Fan page and you want it to be successful.<br />