Facebook has been trying to crack down on text within images for some time. They made a big deal out of it when they first rolled out Timeline but it was still possible to get by without getting noticed. Today, it’s a lot harder.
In late April 2012, brand pages on Facebook were migrated to the new Timeline layout, making most social media plans for the year redundant. Authority social media websites like Mashable, Read Write Web, and many others ran a series of posts on making the best
There is a huge effect of Facebook Timeline on brand pages as it opens a number of opportunities for those business entities who wants to market and build their brand online through the best social networking site. A successful fan page is one that allows
Facebook has now upgraded all pages to the Timeline design. The Timeline is a powerful tool for showcasing your brand. For example you can add a Timeline cover that will really reflect the identity of your brand.
This guest post covers privacy tips of those using Facebook. Timeline can be confusing at first but once you get used to it and have your settings in line, it can be awesome.
Under most circumstances, I prefer to dive into changes in major social media sites and come to my own conclusions. It’s important that I try out the various “new hotness” candidates to see for myself if it’s something that I should explore further and recommend