Video demonstration of how to use Drop box a free service to upload files to Facebook.This is handy for files over the 25 mb limit Facebook has on uploads.
Creating a Personal Profile, Utilizing YourNetwork, & Creating and Maintaining Your Business / Organizations Page
Introduction to Facebook Setting Up Your Personal Profile Managing Your Personal Profile Understanding Facebook Privacy Managing your Privacy Settings Sharing pictures and Videos How to share files on Facebook Do & Don’ts for Facebook 2
Facebook is a tool for connecting people with those around them – friends, family, coworkers, or simply others with shared interests. Business Owners & Marketers have an opportunity to use Facebook to expand their online footprint and engage with prospects & clients directly. Facebook is the third most trafficked website in the world and the most trafficked social media site in the world. The fastest growing demographic is those 35 years and older. 3
•POST PHOTOS•POST VIDEOS•POST EVENTS•START DISCUSSIONS•SHARE RELEVANT ANDINTERESTING INDUSTRY INFO•SHARE INFO FROM YOUROTHER SITES SUCH AS BLOGPOSTS•RESPOND TO POSTS ANDCOMMENTS MADE BY OTHERS 16
Don’t post or be caught in a compromising photo – you can “un-tag” yourself from photos posted by others if necessary Don’t write a message on someone’s wall that should be sent as a private message As a rule of thumb – don’t post anything you wouldn’t want your kids to view – chances are if it’s that personal or controversial in nature – the rest of us don’t need to read/see it either 17
Don’t just blast your business / organizations website over and over – provide content relevant to your business that will engage your “fans” Your page should be seen as a resource, not as a shameless self promotion Don’t share personal information, unless relevant to your industry 18