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Eight Timeline Tips for Your Brand by Mike Burke at

Eight Timeline Tips for Your Brand By   Miles Burke   |  March 27, 2012  |  facebook  |  Web Tech 0 0 digg Email Print With less than a week to go until Facebook completely overhauls brand pages to adopt the Timeline look, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and make those changes to your businesses Facebook presence. Didn’t see the news? Facebook announced at the start of March they are changing every brand page over to Timeline at the end of this month – like it or not. Here are eight great tips to improve your new Timeline experience, and ensure that your clients and connections stick around. Craft a clever cover image The new, large image at the top of your brands Timeline is called a ‘cover image’ and there are some great examples of creative uses for these. Yours should be reflective of your brand, without resorting to just whacking your logo in the center of a (minimum) 399px canvas. You need to be aware that there are some basic rules too.  Faceboo

"That's Very Pinteresting"

Permalink: FEBRUARY 23, 2012 / Kate Gallagherthe Trends tend to annoy my longtime man-friend.  Keep in mind that he's an accountant for a construction company, so it's no surprise that he has a lack of appreciation for my fantastic, urban dictionary-style word uses like "rom-com" (romantic-comedy) and "whatev" (whatever), etc.  When I recently described an item as "pinteresting" he finally surrendered. For those of you not 6 months into a severe Pinterest addiction, here's the DL (down-low) on why a marketer should care that "pinteresting" has quickly emerged as an adjective that most of my female peer group can assimilate to. Why should you care? Website Traffic. In less than two years since Pinterest's launch, it now drives more referral traffic than Google+, Reddit, YouTube, LinkedIn, and MySpace... combined. What is it? Crack. "Pinterest is a social netwo