oh facebook! why do you keep changing?

Facebook has done it again.    Turned us all on our heels and forced us into a position of relearning how to best use their medium for communicating our message.

Like it or not, the Timeline for Pages is here.    We’ve found a few great posts that explain some very practical details about the changes and how you can best use the timeline to communicate your message.

Savvy Blogging offers up the nitty gritty about what is good and bad in the latest Facebook changes.   And their recommendation NOT to change immediately and instead develop your plan before the March 30 implementation is one worth serious consideration.

Trying to figure out what your Facebook page insights tell you?  Author Media reminds us that “understanding your Facebook analytics is key to your marketing strategy.”   Thankfully, they also give a great explanation of what writers need to know and how to find it in your page insights.  A definite must read.

How about a round-up of five posts about how the Timeline for brands will impact your Facebook strategy?  Firebelly Marketing’s list includes a great post about using the Timeline for storytelling … after all, our social media has to tell our story.

Finally, check out this insightful post by Sandra of Next Step Editing about creating community on your Facebook page.  Written specifically to book authors, we believe this information is applicable to bloggers, non-profits, and small businesses who are using Facebook to build their community.

How do you feel about the Timeline for Pages?  Have you switched over yet? 

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