Facebook pushes traffic and helps build an online community.
We’re over that. Joining Facebook and learning lessons from it is in the distant past. It’s time to have that next conversation.
I’m interested in moving to the next step, creating more compelling Facebook pages that keep people coming back, attract more eyeballs, develop brands, help create communication and, of course, help push eyeballs.
I’ve been moving through some conversations, trying to pull out the best lessons. I’m not behind anything compelling yet, but I’d love to do something fun with NEast Philly’s incredibly active Facebook page.
Some worthy reading below:
- Data lessons on journalists using Facebook
- So you want a Facebook Fan Page for Your Nonprofit? Here’s the Scoop! —
- 8 Essential Apps for Your Brand’s Facebook Page —
- Is Your Target Audience On Twitter, Facebook, Or LinkedIn? — Because you should only focus energies where it makes sense. This has been a focus of a NEast Philly BarCamp presentation.
- 5 Easy Steps To A Great Facebook Fan Page — Biggest take aways: You have to vary the types of content and be willing to strike up debate yourself. That means effort, but it will grow awareness and use. That’s a big first step.
- How To Build A Customized Facebook Page For Your Business —
A Facebook Page is probably what you want, but compare them with Facebook groups and get more about that fight with Mashable here.
Want an RSS feed of a Facebook group? There’s a Yahoo Pipes mock up for that.