Create an Event on Your Facebook Fan Page

It’s easy to post art exhibits, shows, and sales as events on your Facebook fan page. This 5-minute video shows you how in just a few simple steps.

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Turn Facebook Friends into Fans

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It takes some effort to turn Facebook friends into fans, but it can be done.

If you’ve been on Facebook for a while, you probably started with a (personal) profile and tried to friend as many people as possible. Then you realized that you need a business page because 1) business pages are public and are indexed by search engines, and 2) Facebook doesn’t allow business promotions on profile pages. If you haven’t created a page yet, see these instructions.

Now that you have a business page, you’re probably wondering how to get your friends to become fans. Here are seven steps to help you with the process.

1. After creating your business page on Facebook (a.k.a. fan page), add content to your wall and photos of your art. It should look active and used—even without a large number of

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Art Marketing Action Podcast: Turn Facebook Friends into Fans

Audio version of the post with the same name. Here are seven steps for artists to turn Facebook friends into fans and expand business opportunities by having a Facebook business page.

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Start a Fan Page (a.k.a. Business Page) on Facebook

Step 3: Click on Create a Page when the next screen opens up.

If you want to get your art online quickly and inexpensively, start a fan page (a.k.a. business page) on Facebook. While this is an easy first step for beginners to get your art online, it’s also a good idea for established artists to create this presence on Facebook.

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Start a Fan Page (Business Page) on Facebook

If you want to get your art online quickly and inexpensively, start a fan page (a.k.a. business page) on Facebook. While this is an easy first step for beginners to get your art online, it’s also a good idea for established artists to create this presence on Facebook.

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The 3 Most Critical Items on Your Facebook Fan Page

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The fastest and cheapest way to get your art online these days is to create a fan page on Facebook. Every artist should have a short description of their art, images of the art, and 1 more thing. Can you guess?

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Build Your Mailing List on Your Facebook Fan Page: How to Create an Opt-In Box and Tab

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One of the most popular applications for a Facebook Fan Page is Static FBML (HTML/Facebook Markup Language), which allows you to post a dynamic welcome page, add an opt-in subscribe box for your newsletter, and display your videos.

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7 Steps to More Privacy on Facebook

In a nutshell there is no such thing as privacy on Facebook. But there are steps you can take to protect yourself as best you can and still enjoy the benefits of being a member. First, assume that whatever goes online, stays online–forever. Behave as if the world is watching because they are. Get 6 more tips in this article.

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Save Loads of Time on Facebook with Friends Lists

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Facebook is one of the biggest time-suckers out there—if you allow it to be. In addition to setting an alarm and limiting your Facebook time, there’s one big step you can take to save time on Facebook:

Group your friends into lists.

Friends lists help you organize your Facebook connections. Rather than hundreds or even thousands of friends in your profile stream, you can select whom you are most interested in hearing from at any point.

There are numerous ways to create lists in Facebook. I’m going to share the two methods I use most often, and then I’ll show you how to use your lists.

1. One way to create a friends list is from an invitation. From your invitation, select “Add to List” (a) before you “Confirm.” Here, you can add to previously created lists or start a

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Deep Thought Thursday: Your Blog Feed on Facebook

Are you worried that you’re missing out on blog visitors by feeding your blog into your Facebook fan page? Is there anything you can do to alleviate any missed opportunities? Or do you see it as a positive opportunity?

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