Facebook Timeline Changes 2012 – Friend or Foe?

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How many of you still don’t have a firm grasp on the latest Facebook timeline changes? How many of you haven’t customized some magnificent cover photo to brand your fan page?

Even though the changes have been out for a while, there are plenty of people who don’t understand the new rules of Facebook, including the pesky rules about your cover photo. Not to worry, help is here!

To answer my own, question, NO! I’m not ashamed to admit it either. I mean, who can keep up with all these Facebook changes? If you’re active on social media you sure do have your hands full don’t you?

Rather than complaining about the changes, I’m embracing them! Fortunate for me, and you if you follow me, that I’ve found a couple of fantastic resources for us to use to understand these changes. I know you can do a search for Facebook Timeline Changes and pull up many how-to’s and facts and resources that spell out the changes. However, the articles I have used are not only in lamens terms, but I’ve personally used them to understand the changes as I update my own page.

So I figured, why not share them with you? I don’t believe in re-inventing the wheel, and when I find something that works I’m all for sharing!

Facebook Timeline Resources

Start with this guide to understand the Facebook timeline changes, courtesy of BizM Solutions: Facebook Changes 2012: Are You Ready?

Ok, so we’re all set! I hope these articles help you out. I’ll see you over on my Facebook fan page!

Ciao,
Miss Kemya

Meet the Author

Miss Kemya is a Marketing & Social Media Strategist at Marketing Sparkler, a marketing consulting firm that facilitates the growth of small businesses through conventional marketing techniques merged with social media tactics. She is a Speaker, Trainer, and the best selling author of "I'm On Social Media, Now What Do I Say?" available on Amazon.com.


2 Comments

  • smallbizatlanta

    I must admit that at first I saw the timeline changes as an inconvenience, but now I truly do think it’s better this way. As adults we are by nature very resistant to change, but really on the visual end of things it’s really a lot better, especially for posting pictures and videos. I think that FB is trying to hang in their with Pinterest, Tumblr and some of the more visual social media sites.
     
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    • MissKemya

       @smallbizatlanta
      I’d have to agree Ashley, I think FB is trying to remain competitive, as our environment focuses more and more on visuals. Change is usually an inconvenience, but the changes are growing on me. I actually like these changes, even though I’m still learning how to use them all!

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