How will this effect YOU?
Last year Facebook changed the design and user interface for the Facebook personal profiles. They introduced key features such as the new timeline and a large area at the top for a photo or image in a banner format.
These changes were an indication of what was to come for the Facebook brand and business “Pages”.
Last week Facebook announced that the new design for “pages”was indeed a reality and all businesses will need to adapt their Facebook “Page” to the new design and functionality by March 31.
If you want to change it before that time then you can, but remember in less than 30 days all Facebook “pages” will be moved over to the “New” design.
So what are the key changes and what are some of the implications for marketers?
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Now I know why Pinterest wants you to use your FaceBook account to sign up with!!!!
You can now “pin” content that you want to appear at the top of the “Timeline”. This will allow you to feature content such as blog posts, images or calls to action in this prominent position.
This is indicated by the the yellow “marker at the top right.
Here is another article on the subject
The new Facebook page timeline layout changes the way your organization needs to think about content. Previously, a Facebook Page content strategy was primarily focused on two things:
The Newsfeed hasn’t changed, and so to some degree your content strategy is still about what’s happening “now”. But Facebook Pages now make it about the past present and future as well!
Here are a 11 things to consider in your new Facebook content strategy: