Lots of business started out on Facebook before they really understood how it works, and maybe you’re one of them. You set up a personal profile to use Facebook for your business instead of a fan page. That’s actually a violation of Facebook’s Terms of Use and your account can be cancelled for it. It… Read More


It used to be that admins of Facebook pages had to post everything to the page as the page. Sort of annoying if you want to post both general information for your fans and respond to something as yourself. Even worse if you have multiple admins and they all post as the page. Confusing and… Read More


There is a lot of confusion over what an iframe is and how it works with Facebook pages. Actually there is no voodoo or rocket science involved at all. An iframe is simply a frame around content. With Facebook, the frame is restricted in size to fit within the Facebook page. In order to get… Read More


After FBML is phased out on Facebook we will need to build pages as iFrames instead. This means you literally put a frame around content hosted on your own website and share it on your Facebook page. Pretty cool huh? On the face of it this seems even better, but of course there’s a catch… Read More


There are a few key elements here to use on the content you embed in your iFrame Facebook Page that can make a huge amount of difference in how your fans use and share your content. These little bits of code are pretty simple really, and if you can handle a little PHP you can… Read More


One very cool thing about adding your own content to an iFramed Facebook Page is the ability to allow your fans to comment on the content and discuss it right there on the page. Click the download link to get the code to add a comment box to your iFrame and a step by step… Read More


We’re delaying the release of new¬† Facebook Page templates and tutorials due to the final drop-dead date for <FBML> code on Facebook. They announced they were going to do this quite some time ago, but now the date is set. After March 11, 2011 it will no longer be used. Instead you’ll be required to… Read More


As you might have already heard, Facebook just rolled out the new Facebook Pages design and features as a preview last night. The goal is to make pages look more like profiles and although you still won’t have the same options as you do on your profile it’s a big step in the right direction.… Read More


Facebook is notorious for changing their privacy rules and revealing personal data. On January 14 they began to allow Facebook applications to access and use user addresses and mobile telephone numbers and use them as part of the platform offered to developers. (see Facebook’s announcement here.) So what should you do? Go to Facebook and… Read More


As you might already have heard, Facebook announced this fall they are going to stop using their proprietary code used for page “tabs” called FBML and moving towards iframes. We’ve been getting a lot of panicked emails asking if their pages will break when Facebook finally drops the flag on these pages. The good news… Read More


I don’t think it’s a good idea to post your Twitter stream to your Facebook page automatically. It confuses people who don’t tweet and a lot of the time it just doesn’t make sense to see your tweets out of contest. “Thanks for that Joe!” is confusing if not annoying unless someone is sufficiently interested… Read More


There had been a lot of buzz about Facebook rolling out a new email client, whether it was going to be a Gmail killer and a whole bunch of other speculation, but in the long run it’s really an extension of their existing messaging system, not email. Facebook’s Zuckerberg says This is NOT email, “Email’s… Read More