Mar 20 Posted 3 years ago
Great article, Would love for you to check out site and see what you think. Visit us at http://Tabbed.co , we are not a WYSIWYG builder. We actually professionally design your tabs, and give you support.
Let me know your thoughts.
Feb 27 Posted 3 years ago
Many businesses now rely on Facebook pages as a primary business channel.
As a part-time freelance, I've had a countless number of fan page projects sent to me.
I do not consider myself an amatuer in the realm of programming, but, still, I find these jobs a daunting task.
At times, the unpredictability nature of the final output (when viewed on different browsers) haunts me in my sleep... ummm ... ok, I admit... not as much as images of my ex, but still.
It's beyond one's comprehension how many startup's are looking to have their pages up everyday.
I've seen apps that allow users to build pages by asking them to select page contents from a list of available few features, but that means you're restrained to a limited number of options.
I'm not even remotely close to being a world-renowned computer scientist, nor am I Richie Rich, but I still want to dedicate myself to doing something for others. And, that is The Rise of the Empire, oh... umm... I meant this site http://www.propplan.com/#!/propplan/home/Facebook...
Now, you can stop worrying about the escrow amount or the total cost of your page. Propplan invites you to create page tabs for free.
Design your page on Propplan and have it published as a tab on your fan page immediately.
To maximize consumer engagement, all elements placed on your page can be assigned a redirect link and animation.
Jan 31 Posted 3 years ago
I have searched and always found that 'FREE' does not mean FREE - as far as these page tabs go. Many charge a monthly fee that winds up at a few hundred per year, especially expensive for those managing multiple pages. They also upcharge on a fan basis. You acutally pay more if you get more fans. Discouraging, (and expensive) to say the least. One page, one tab? Some of the ones listed are great.
I have 4 facebook pages - ranging from a few thousand fans to over 12,000++ fans for my books. Converting fans and selling my books and driving web traffic is most important for me. Measuring ROI is important for me as well. I found one particular just-released Facebook app not listed here, and wanted to share it - as it has many features, allows multiple pages, multiple tabs, multiple fans, has templates, and much more....best part? It is easy to use with full editor and is a fraction of the cost of others.
Thanks again for the interesting information.
Jan 14 Posted 3 years ago
You've introduced some practical and important ideas. Heard of Social Stage? Their apps make it very easy to build out your Page as you would a website. Some modules are even pre-packaged for your industry. What's more, you can offer whatever kind of content you want, capture leads, and analyze the behavior of your pages. So, friends, when you start applying Mary's advice, consider SocialStage.com. Lots of examples in this article:http://socialmediatoday.com/feldmancreative/400999/give-em-business-your-facebook-page
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