Navigating Facebook using a page alias can extend your brand and streamline access to the content you need most.
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The plugin known as a like box lets websites accumulate fans for Facebook pages in a manner that’s more efficient than a like button.
If you’re a fan of AMC’s “Mad Men,” you’ll find this video of Don Draper pitching the new Facebook timeline brilliant.
Here’s a Google Chrome extension that will take Facebook’s ticker right off your screen.
Pages would be much easier to manage if only there were pinnable status updates — an easy, one-click option allowing administrators to pin and freeze status updates at the very top of their page for an indefinite (but completely self-controlled) period of time, so that they could be seen by as many people as possible.
As your page grows in popularity and starts to attract hundreds and thousands of likes it will also begin to see unwelcome attention from the less-savory members of larger online communities, including critics and trolls.
Perhaps teachers ought to use Facebook only to stay in touch with friends and family, not students.
The violent riots and looting in London and other major cities around the U.K. this past week have dominated the British mainstream press and kept a nation on tenterhooks, fearful as many were that their own towns and villages were just one hooded teenager away from all-out chaos.
Is Facebook really causing an identity crisis?
Call me biased (because I’m based in the U.K.) or call me crazy (because, well, many do), but I think Facebook is exacerbating the average American citizen’s continued reluctance to journey internationally.