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New Facebook Brand Page for Beth’s Blog: With A Little Help from My Friends

Like many of you, when Facebook unveiled the new brand page guidelines – I was stressed out.     With a big training project in the Middle East less than a week away,  I was short on time.   And, if you’re photoshop  and graphically challenged,  making the switch to the new brand page format could cause  a double whammy of panic.… Read More

Message It: How to Make the Most of Your New Facebook Page


Note from Beth: I’ve been working with John Haydon over the past week to get my Facebook Page ready to go (and it’s gonna rock can’t wait to show it off!).    As part of the process, I’ve been looking at what other nonprofits have done to get ideas.  

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How To Create A Terrific Facebook Cover Image If You Don’t Have Resources To Hire A Designer

Note From Beth: Nonprofits are beginning to unveil their new timeline designs (I’ve been post examples on my Facebook Page and curating them in pinterest)   In the Friending the Finish Line peer learning group I’ve been working with, participants are sharing their creativity, including this cover design from Utah Children created by staff person Barbara Munoz.      

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How A Small Nonprofit Effectively Used Facebook Ads

Placing ads on Facebook provides a targeted advertising strategy because Facebook knows the demographics and interests of its millions of users.     If you want to get up to speed quickly about the ins and outs of using Facebook ads, Andrea Vahl, co-author of Facebook Marketing for Dummies, has written this terrific free e-book guide for Hubspot.    … Read More

Tips and Cheat Sheets To Help Your Nonprofit Plan and Implement FB Brand Page Changes

Facebook made it official today on the Today Show no less.  The long anticipated changes to Facebook brand pages – switching to the timeline format – is now available to all brand pages.   But Facebook hasn’t played god with us and flipped the switch – they’re actually giving us a month to absorb the change  – and create a plan, design, and test it.… Read More