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Mary Murray

How To Develop A Facebook Page That Attracts Millions of Fans - 0 views

  • How To Develop A Facebook Page That Attracts Millions of Fans

    Posted by Nick O'Neill on March 11th, 2009 11:00 AM

    -Facebook Pages Icon-Over the past few years Facebook has witnessed a dramatic rise in new user adoption and with that rise has come the opportunity for brands to interact directly with existing customers and engage new ones. At the end of 2007, Facebook announced the launch of Facebook Pages and last week they launched a revised edition which includes a number of significant upgrades. This week, those pages will be going live for all. There are numerous ways for brands to leverage Facebook but the overall branded experience is becoming increasingly integrated into a single offering as the new Pages product highlights. So what are the primary benefits and changes for the new branded pages?

    Pages Are Profiles for Brands
    One of the primary reasons for launching Facebook Pages was that many companies were using user profiles for their companies, in turn violating Facebook’s terms of service. While I’m sure there were many other reasons for launching Pages, the easiest way to understand them is through viewing them as “Profiles for Brands”. This means brand pages can essentially do everything that users can do.

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    This is one that you can use especially with the fair use rules/laws that are out there to support your information.
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    I don't have facebook, but this url will show various ways to develop a successful facebook page
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    This is a great advertisement tool.
Shelley Lee

Web 2.0 Tools For Education - 1 views

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  • Blogs  Wikis  Skype  RSS Readers  Podcasts (audio and video)  Tutorial Creation Tools  YouTube  Other Tools 
  • The word wiki means quick!  A wiki is a web page or site that enables users to  share and edit information. A good example of a wiki is Wikipedia.  A wiki is a flexible tool that can be used in many  ways and facilitates collaboration anytime and anywhere.
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      This is an introduction about web 2.0 activities. I found this and thought it would be good to share; I wanted it as a teaching tool.
    Jill Zielinski

    Free Web 2.0 Books - 0 views

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      Web 2.0 Projects book
      60 usable projects categorized by age group
    Shelley Lee

    How to Be a Good Online Learner - The Most Frequently Used Emoticons - 0 views

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      This is an ewxcellent article about emoticons.
    Annette Marchand

    Communication and Collaboration: An Introduction to Web2.0 - 0 views

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      This slide show shows how Diigo can be used for a variety of research needs. One particular site I discovered in this slideshow is http://youtube.com/ucberkeley. Quality tutorials
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