In the last few months, Facebook users may have noticed that some personal profiles display a timeline instead of the streaming newsfeed we have all grown used to. Now, this will also apply to Facebook brand pages. According to Facebook, this new format will be mandatory on March 30th, so get used to the change.
Many companies have spent a significant amount of time on their landing page. Now, the timeline changes all that. I have not even begun to look at the timeline on my pages, even though I have already changed my personal profile.
There seems to be mixed feelings on this new change, but just as Facebook continues to grow, we have to grow with it. There really is no sense in fighting it. Instead, learn the new format and try to get the most benefit from it.
Since this is the big talk of social media right now, here are what other bloggers are saying about the new fan pages timeline.
Last year Facebook changed the design and user interface for the Facebook personal profiles. They introduced key features such as the new timeline and a large area at the top for a photo or image in a banner format.
Social media news and new developments making social media marketing easier. (Facebook Timeline for Business Pages, Linkedin Company Follow button, YouTube)
The marketing changes announced this week lend themselves to Facebook merging the rules for pages and advertising into one set of terms.
Facebook today unveils Timeline for pages — a combination of design elements and moderation features that give organizations the controls they need to maintain an effective presence on the social network. The redesign …
Here are the seven most important things to know about timeline for pages.
Initial observations about the New Facebook Pages with Timeline Design including timeline cover photo rules, default landing tabs, custom apps, and more.
Facebook has just launched Timeline for Facebook pages (regular uses have had it for a while). Currently pages have an option to preview Timeline until March 20, 2012, when Timeline will be implemented on all pages.
Following the visual direction of recent change to personal pages on Facebook, brands will now be able to have a large wide picture at the top of their page. Consider this your Page’s welcome mat. It is great that Facebook …
Timeline has finally rolled out to brand Pages and companies have quickly hopped on the opportunity to get creative.
What the new Timeline for Facebook Pages means for artists, arts organizations, and small businesses.
Facebook’s put a lot of effort into creating instructional pop-up windows to guide page administrators through the process of upgrading to timeline. And we’ve also noticed that we can edit the page while logged in with our …
I wanted to write a post about the latest changes to Facebook pages. I really did. But when it comes to Facebook changes I get this uncontrollable urge to procrastinate -so I haven’t made any changes to my page yet!
Just two days after Facebook debuted timeline for pages, four different vendors have applications for the new layout.
Facebook begun rolling out Timeline for brand pages recentely, which presents many opportunities for brands to showcase themselves on Facebook like never before. The new format will be pushed live to everyone on March …
inbound zombie timeline How to Convert Your Facebook Page Over to the New Timeline Layout (. As you may know by now, Facebook Pages will automatically migrate over to a completely new format on March 30th. You do not want to wait …
Relax! You have plenty of time to get comfortable with the new timeline layout and add content between now and March 30. So here’s a comprehensive guide to all the new features that timeline for pages offers your brand.
VentureBeatFacebook Page Welcome Tabs: Big Loss Or Good Riddance?InformationWeekThe Timeline for Pages redesign Facebook announced Wednesday at a marketing conference in New York broke things, or is about to break them, for businesses that relied on …
iMedia ConnectionFacebook Timeline for the 99 percentiMedia ConnectionLast week Facebook announced sweeping changes to the way brands interact with customers through their pages. Since then, a slew of articles and blog posts have been published that …
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Take some time to look at some new Facebook timelines for businesses and read some of these articles. Before you know it, the old format will be a thing of the past.