April 1, 2011

13 tutorials to bring your Facebook presence to the next level

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John HaydonYou may already know about the Nonprofit Facebook Guy, a resource I created a few months back to help shorten the Facebook learning curve for nonprofits.

Following are the top 13 tutorials from the Nonprofit Facebook Guy that I think are especially useful for nonprofits, foundations and NGOs:

  1. Create a Custom iFrame Tab for your Facebook Page with WordPress (video)
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  3. Four Ways To Deal With The Death Of Static FBML
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  5. How to toggle between a Facebook Profile and a Facebook Page (video)
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  7. A Visual Map Of Facebook Pages, Profiles, Places And Groups – All In One Slide
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  9. How to display “Featured” Page’s on your Facebook Page
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  11. How to post as a Profile or Page without going insane (video)
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  13. Facebook now lets you tag friends and Pages in comments
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  15. How to engage a subset of your Facebook Page fans
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  17. How to use your Facebook Page’s photostrip to sell your cause
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  19. Two ways to import email contacts into your Facebook Page
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  21. Three Awesome Facebook Search Engines
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  23. How to change the name of your custom Facebook Page tab
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  25. How to measure Facebook Page fan growth with Insights (video)

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This article originally appeared at JohnHaydon.com. John Haydon delivers social web strategy solutions for “the quick, the smart, and the slightly manic.” Curious? Then connect up: Contact John by email, see his profile page, visit the John Haydon blog, follow him on Twitter and Google Plus or leave a comment.

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  • dowelltaggart

    I like #5 featured pages. I haven't done that yet.

  • http://facebook.com/echochurchtv Melanie Deardorff

    Thanks for the tips shared in this post, John. I tried tip 9 (How to use your Facebook Page’s photostrip to sell your cause) on our church's page. I like the way it turned out, but may try something more elaborate, too. I enjoy your blog and appreciate your insight!