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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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September 30, 2011

Facebook Tabs will be Removed Completely

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You spent hours googling it.

You ignored your family to conquer it.

You made extra runs to Starbucks to stay up all night learning it.

Now Facebook is removing all of these custom fan page tabs.

Click to read how you can save your tabs in under 30 seconds…

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December 11, 2010

Introducing our Fan Page App Suite

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Use our Youtube app to embed any videos directly on your fan page. The only thing you need is the video url link from the top of your page.

Top 3 strategies for using a youtube video:

1. Visual testimonials are very powerful! Have a fan record your welcome video to your fan page in order to encourage other fans to click “like”.

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December 5, 2010

Facebook’s Change From FBML to iFrames

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***Updates UNDERLINED and BOLDED***

Everyone wants to know what will happen to their fan pages when Facebook changes from Static FBML to iframes. Facebook made the announcement back in August that they would be moving from the massively popular Static FBML app to iFrames. The FBML app has over 97,737,542 million users as of December 6th, 2010. With this kind of volume, this change will effect an enormous amount of people or about 1/6th of Facebook users. Or will it?

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