We’ve mostly gotten comfy with the changes to our personal pages when Facebook went to the timeline model, but trust me, that was nothing compared to the changes you’re going to see for business. Let’s face it, the tab system with Pages never really worked, and it was hard to keep those really important posts… 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


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


Creating an admin on Facebook is easy with the new admin section. Go to your Facebook page and click on “Edit Page” right under the icon for your page. When you get to the Facebook page admin page you’ll see a list of links on the left hand side of the page. Click on the… Read More


There are applications you can use to play YouTube videos in your FaceBook page but what if you want to offer your whole Facebook channel, favorites or playlist on your FaceBook page? FaceBook doesn’t allow you to place the embed code directly into your page, so you’ll need to translate your object embed code to… Read More


There are cases where Facebook worked beautifully for a business. Dean Koontz built both a Facebook and MySpace profile for a character in his book “Odd Thomas” and the two sites quickly became fan sites and were fairly effective for sales of the books, complete with fan testimonials. Tweet… Read More


Now to dress your new Facebook page up a bit. Again, I’m assuming you have some familiarity with Facebook already, but even if you don’t, you should be able to log in and follow along. Since the re-design, Facebook pages operate even more like a profile, so it should look pretty familiar. A couple of… Read More