3 Things Every Facebook Admin Should Know

Amidst the mire of news surrounding Facebook's latest round of updates, three things jumped out at me this week. Three hugely important things for adminstrators of Facebook Pages. 1. Your posts may never be seen by your audience. As was noted in this week's special edition of Higher Ed Live and then reiterated by Karlyn … Continue reading 3 Things Every Facebook Admin Should Know

Facebook Updates Summarized

In the past week or so, there have been a plethora of changes announced to Facebook, from open graph apps to new user profiles. It would take me days to summarize everything you need to know. Luckily, there's a wealth of information out there on the World Wide Web! Here are some great posts to … Continue reading Facebook Updates Summarized

Facebook Introduces “Subscribe” and “View Share” Options

Today, Facebook announced a new "Subscribe" option for Profiles and Pages (the Subscribe button is explained in detail on The Facebook Blog), allowing users to better customize what they see in their Newsfeeds. Announced Facebook updates are often accompanied by minor glitches in site behavior, and/or new features that quietly sneak up on us. Some users have … Continue reading Facebook Introduces “Subscribe” and “View Share” Options

Fenton’s Facebook Comment Policy (Maybe) Revisited

It's been nearly two weeks since my first post about the City of Fenton's Facebook Page. You may remember my critique of the city's Facebook Comment Policy. There's been some question in my mind and in the minds of readers regarding the source of the policy. Did New Moon, the marketing firm handling the city's … Continue reading Fenton’s Facebook Comment Policy (Maybe) Revisited

5 Reasons to Convert your Business’s Facebook Profile to a Page

With today's announcement from Facebook that Pages can now be tagged in photos, I can officially not think of one good reason for a business to operate on Facebook with a Profile instead of a Page. The difference? Facebook puts it best: Profiles represent individuals and must be held under an individual name, while Pages … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Convert your Business’s Facebook Profile to a Page