But the fact is there is a real deadline coming up (end of day tomorrow, March 30, 2012) at which point Facebook will automatically convert every business Page over to their new Timeline format. To many changes I think causes some change fatigue (in part, the subject of my next newsletter by the way) but here we are. Or more to the point, what do you need to do?
In situations I turn to people much more social smart than me in looking for answers. Here are a few great links to get you over the hump and walk you through exactly what you need to do to get your Facebook Business Page in shape for Timeline.
Facebook Timeline for Business Pages – 21 Key Points To Know by Mari Smith. Mari usually has great information and she is also usually one of the first to break “how to’s” like this.
Facebook Timeline for Pages – Frequently Asked Questions by HyperArts. This is my pretty standard go-to resource whenever Facebook comes out with something new for Business Page management. They have yet to disappoint.
15 Must Know Tips to Rock Your New Facebook Timeline Business Page by Pam Moore. I can’t say I’ve read Pam before but I’ve seen her name pop up. She just made my RSS list. Good info here.
Timeline for Facebook Pages: THE COMPLETE GUIDE by Smart Passive Income. Pat Flynn always delivers great content. He also has an audience of raving fans that really add a ton to his content in the comments section. Speaking of one of Pat’s Raving fans…
Timeline Slicer – Rather than simply providing the image specs for your new Facebook Timeline Cover Photo, one of Pat’s fans put this link together which allows you to upload and image and see what it will look like. Very helpful stuff (free to use.)
So there you have it. You’ve waiting this long. Rather than having to wade through the internet, I’d suggest you take a look at the above links and get moving. You can thank me later.
Oh yeah… feel free to take a look at the Gadarian Digital Facebook Page and let me know what you think. With everyone going crazy with so such a big “canvas” I went minimal instead.