Facebook Page Changes

by Jason Keath on Feb 11, 2011

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Facebook loves changing things up. Always innovating. Always aggravating. Most of the changes in this last round of page alterations should be loved. But you might hate a couple of them as well. Tell us what you think in the comments.

The 7 Changes To Take Note Of

  1. Photos featured
  2. Tabs moved under profile photo
  3. User comments are more heavily weighted
  4. Likes of other pages and admins can be featured in sidebar
  5. You can get email notifications of posts and comments
  6. You can comment on the page as your personal profile
  7. You can use Facebook as the page, commenting and liking on pages you like, viewing a news feed of pages you like and getting notifications as a page

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CEO and founder of Social Fresh, the social media education company. Jason is a social media consultant, a social media speaker and industry analyst. He consults with corporations and agencies on social media strategy, building community, and influencer...