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Unfortunately I'm not familiar enough with .cfm to do that. I do know that you do not nessescarily need the PHP files if you just want a static landing page- but I'm not sure how to get the reveal function with .cfm format!
You do have some other options - I know there are some fantastic low cost services out there which provide reveal page apps for a monthly feel. The benefit of these types of services is that they take all the code-work and design-burden off yoru hands. The drawbacks are of course the up front cost and the lack of direct control over your code.
Its something you'll have to work into your cost benefit analysis of a facebook reveal page.
Best of luck, friend!
One of my clients came to me initially with a months worth of sales they wanted to promote via social media. They had, of coure, registered their brand online months previous and forgot about it. When the account landed in my hands we had something to promote- sales, promotions, events and giveaways some of it even exclusive to the Internet!
During that month I had some very impressive analytics to show them- but then the sales ended and they wondered why their numbers fell. There were really two reasons their numbers fell:
1. The draw of the sales was over and there was an anticipated falloff.
2. At the end of the sales? They stopped feeding me content of any kind whatsoever.
They really believed that simply by hiring me and having "a social media guy" that something was supposed to happen and that our community development project could exist in a vacuum.
This story has a happy ending though- they were happy to listen and be educated and I've been able to work directly with the sales team on their shop's floor to generate content, real stories and the result has been fantastic.