This is part of the series 31 Day Challenge To Optimize Your Blog With Social Media.
Before we get to the technique, though, think about the last time you entered your email in exchange for a free download. If you’re like me, the value of the download was much larger than the “expense” of joining another mailing list. The same thing works with Facebook. In other words, the technique I’m about to show is worthless if you’re offering subpar content.
First, here’s how the end result will function.
Once they become fans, this tab will display content only available to fans.
Here’s how to create this function using Static FBML:
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Cross-posted from JohnHaydon.com.
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