December 16th, 2009
You can’t ignore the power of Facebook Pages. They are indexed on search engines and can be a primary factor in driving traffic to your website.
The key is to create one.
BIGGEST PIECE OF ADVICE: Create a title for your Page that is rich in keywords.
What keywords would people enter into their favorite search engine to find you?
Make sure to include those keywords in your title so that you can be found online.
Once you’ve created your title for your Page, there’s no way to change it so make it good!
I’ve put together a list of resources that will help you get up and running quickly and efficiently.
You’ll need to have a Facebook Profile in order to create a Page (a Profile is a personal account and a Page is a professional account).
Facebook requires that you have a personal account before creating a professional Page.
VA TIP: If you’re creating this Page for your client, you’ll need to do so through your Client’s account, not your own. There is no way to change the ADMIN on the Page once it’s been created. If/when you part ways with your client, if the Client’s Page was created through your personal profile, there’s no way to change ownership at that point.
If you need help creating an account, take a peek at this e-product I created: FACEBOOK – The Quick Set Up Guide.
When you’re ready to create a Page, log into your Facebook profile and click on this link to start.
December 1st, 2009
Teachers are quickly harnessing the power of the Internet to disseminate information and connect with their students quickly and effectively.
I’ve created this blog post as a way to aggregate links as they pertain to Social Media and Education.