Everything You Need To Know About Facebook’s Epic Upgrade To Pages

John Haydon

There are three significant changes to Facebook Pages (in addition to several minor changes): Login as Page or Profile – You can now toggle between being logged in as a Profile or logged in as a Page. New layout mirrors Profiles - Pages now have the same layout as Profiles.

Free Facebook Video Course At The Inbound Zombie Facebook Page

John Haydon

If you’re looking for one central location for a set of video tutorials on using a Facebook Page, check out the Inbound Zombie Facebook Page ( [link] ). How to upload an avatar to your Facebook Page. How to toggle between a Facebook Profile and a Facebook Page.

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All Facebook Pages Will Be Upgraded to Timeline Layout on March 30th

John Haydon

These include: Cover Photo – Pages include the ability to upload a Cover photo that is similar to what many profiles have (the dimensions for the image should be 850px by 315px). New Profile Pic Dimensions – Your Page avatar (profile pic) will now be 180 pixels square. I’ll be working on a few new video tutorials on using the new Page design, so stay tuned here ( subscribe ) or over at the Nonprofit Facebook Guy !

Eleven Ways Facebook Page Timelines Change Your Content Strategy

SocialFish

Simplify Your Profile Picture – The new profile picture (AKA avatar) is now 180 pixels square. You don’t need to include the name of your organization in your main avatar because the name of your Facebook page travels with your avatar everywhere on Facebook. Also, check out this video tutorial on everything you need to know about converting your Page over to the new Timeline.

Eleven Ways Facebook Page Timelines Change Your Content Strategy

SocialFish

Simplify Your Profile Picture – The new profile picture (AKA avatar) is now 180 pixels square. You don’t need to include the name of your organization in your main avatar because the name of your Facebook page travels with your avatar everywhere on Facebook. Also, check out this video tutorial on everything you need to know about converting your Page over to the new Timeline.

Eleven Ways Facebook Page Timelines Change Your Content Strategy

John Haydon

Simplify Your Profile Picture – The new profile picture (AKA avatar) is now 180 pixels square. You don’t need to include the name of your organization in your main avatar because the name of your Facebook page travels with your avatar everywhere on Facebook. Also, check out this video tutorial on everything you need to know about converting your Page over to the new Timeline.

Nine Pinterest Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

To get started, here’s a step-by-step tutorial for nonprofits , a list of nonprofits already using Pinterest effectively , and the Nonprofit Organizations Pinterest Profile. Add your logo or avatar to your images. In terms of branding, it’d be wise to add your logo or avatar to some of your photos. You’ll need a photo editing tool to drag and drop your logo or avatar onto your images, but the extra step is worth your time.

Google+ Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Set up your Google/Gmail Account and personal Google+ Profile. . If you or your nonprofit has Google/Gmail account, then simply login and click the “+You” link in the upper left and follow the instructions to create your Google+ Profile: If you or your nonprofit does not yet have a Google/Gmail account, then you’ll need to create a new Google/Gmail account which then also gives your nonprofit immediate access to a suite of Google Products.

Social Media: Before You Get Started, Get Organized!

Nonprofit Tech for Good

For example, the Latin America Work Group’s website is www.lawg.org , but when the organization was setting up its profiles on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, “lawg” was not available on all three sites. Go to “Gmail > Settings > Accounts and Import > Grant access to your account” and add an additional staff person (he must have a Gmail e-mail account) to prevent losing access to all your social media and mobile technology profiles and accounts in a worst-case scenario.

Nine Pinterest Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

To get started, here’s a step-by-step tutorial for nonprofits , a list of nonprofits already using Pinterest effectively , and the Nonprofit Organizations Pinterest Profile. Add your logo or avatar to your images. In terms of branding, it’d be wise to add your logo or avatar to some of your photos. You’ll need a photo editing tool to drag and drop your logo or avatar onto your images, but the extra step is worth your time.