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August 16, 2012

11 Reasons Why a Fan Page on Facebook Will Help Your Business

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Okay, so you know what a Facebook fan page is. Heck, you’re even a fan of a couple pages yourself.

But still you find yourself asking, how can a Facebook fan page  help my business, though?

I’m glad you asked! Facebook has provided something to business owners that is completely unprecedented. Before Facebook, businesses could only dream of viewing the individuals and demographics that make up their business’ fan base, then hyper target them for maximum effectiveness.

Read on to see how you can use these advantages to leverage profits for your business…

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David A. George

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August 9, 2012

What is a Fan Page on Facebook? You Need To Know This!

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What is a Fan Page on Facebook, you ask?

Fan Site, Fan Page, Facebook Page…if you’ve ever heard any of these terms before, they mean pretty much the exact same thing. But for our purposes, we will refer to it interchangeably as a Page or Fan Page.

Because after all, what good is a Page without any fans?
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David George

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July 30, 2012

BREAKING: Photo Updates on Facebook – “Beautiful” Viewing and Sharing!

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Don’t you love the photo resolution on Facebook ever since they introduced the Timeline last year? So do we!

That’s why we got even more excited when new photo updates on Facebook appeared Monday!

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David George

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June 4, 2012

Facebook Removes All FBML Tabs From Fan Pages – Don’t Lose Your Page!

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Big changes are among us once Facebook removes all FBML tabs!

Did you catch Facebook’s previous announcement regarding fan pages?

That change finally happens this week…. and it will affect you!

Ever heard of FBML? Currently, there are over 100 million pages that still have FBML tabs installed.

Why does this matter?

When Facebook removes all FBML tabs on June 6th, these tabs will disappear into the Facebook abyss, never to be seen again… Yikes!

To see if you’ll lose your fan page tabs, click continue…

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David George

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May 31, 2012

2 Free Facebook Tools Your Business Needs

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Look-out Hootsuite! 

Facebook has given every fan page administrator the ability to schedule their own posts. 

In addition, you can now qualify your fan page administrators through 5 distinct roles.

We all want to protect ourselves from that rogue employee that gets admin status and deletes our fan page if we make them mad, right?

If you want to schedule posts, and protect against rogue employees, click Continue…

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Nathan

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March 3, 2012

I’m a Lujurian, How Do I Get Timeline App Builder?

March 3, 2012 | By | 6 Comments">6 Comments

Bigger is better as they say. If you agree, you’ve probably upgraded your Fan Pages to Timeline.

Now your just buzzing trying to figure out how to move your 520px wide designs to 810px wide designs on Timeline.

We’ve made it super simple. That breathe you just took? It’s about as simple as that.

Click the “Click to Continue” button for the 60 second guide…

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Nathan

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September 21, 2011

The New Facebook: 6 Things you Need to Know

September 21, 2011 | By | 374 Comments">374 Comments

Fellow Lujurian, Kevin McNulty, here to talk you down off the proverbial ledge.

Some freaky stuff happened over night to your Facebook profile, and you may be starting to twitch a little about this time.

So far, for each of the following Facebook changes announced on their blog, about 20, 000 people have posted responses complaining about the changes.  That sounds like a lot until I tell you that 748,980,000 people didn’t complain.  In other words, it’s this all over again.

Click “Click to Continue” to get updated in under 5 minutes…

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