Mar 9 Posted 5 years ago
I agree with your point here. The terms and conditions they have put on the cover photo have changed the game!
I have outlined simple tips and some of the implications of these restrictions here http://www.one1onemarketing.com.au/blog/facebook-brand-pages-go-to-timeline/
Mar 1 Posted 5 years ago
Thanks for the great update!
You should edit the intro to the new cover image policy to reflect that this list contains items that are NOT allowed on cover images.
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