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  • http://lovehateadvertising.wordpress.com/ Mitch Devine

    Jeff, do you think the new subscriptions feature obviates the need for separate company Pages (especially for freelance or sole proprietor types)? Seems redundant. 

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      I run both types, personal and a blog fan “page”. The fan page is much more public and great for SEO. It doesn’t take much more time to have both and keeps personal and public separate, Cheers

    • http://twitter.com/InspiredAnnette Annette A. Penney

      Mitch one of the crucial Facebook “rules” (and they are constantly changing in social media) is ALWAYS keep your personal and business pages separate. Always.

      • http://facebook-advertising-marketing.com/ KrisOlin

        I used to run only my personal page, but as I started getting friend requests from people I didn’t know, but who still wanted to connect with me I created a Facebook Page. Works much better now.

  • Anonymous

    The changes FB has made for company pages is by and large great as far as the analytics go. However, a change that I DON’T like is the inability to update all your fans at once with an email. This was a great way to let people know about specials, events, etc. that now we’ve lost. This is a big shame!

  • Anonymous

    The changes that Facebook has made to the pages is by and large great, especially in regards to the analytics now available. However, the change I don’t like is the removal of the update feature that allowed you to message everyone at the same time that liked your page. This was a terrific way to send out notices of events, specials, etc. that now is unavailable. This is a real shame!

    • Andy

      No, that is a good change. Sending those mass messages to people is the equivalent of spamming them.

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  • http://www.gc2.be Edwin Claassens

    Hi Jeff, thanks for the tips. I think FB will grown up to be an interesting marketing tool. But at the moment it still is in its puberty.

  • http://www.contentequalsmoney.com Emma Richardson

    I still have yet to see the altered “like” button as an option on my page. How do I activate this?

  • http://twitter.com/skypulsemedia Howie at Sky Pulse Media

    Disaster can’t wait for Social 2.0 and the end of Facebooks and the like. Brand pages have been the biggest failure in marketing history (forget the exception to the rule). And Facebook Ads are not far behind. With a 40% drop in per person time spent per day on the network since 2010 and with G+ coming out Facebook sees the end just they aren’t sure if the end is after or before they IPO. No pressure Marky.

    • Andy

      Brand pages are the biggest failure in marketing history? Really? You must not be paying attention. And your perception of “marketing history” must be incredibly short-sighted. 

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  • http://www.MattForrest.com Matt Forrest

    Good info to have – thanks for sharing!  I have only one question:  I’m not seeing the “Subscribers” option on the left of my FB page.  There’s “Subscriptions,’ which shows who I’M subscribing to – but that’s all.  Am I missing something?

  • http://twitter.com/PeruEmprenddor Eddy Garcia Vega

    MUY BUENO, COMO SIEMPRE MAESTRO….

  • http://www.atul-sharma.net/ SEO Atul Sharma

    Really nice and informative post Jeff. Page analytic surely will help peoples in monitoring there pages activity.

  • http://www.atul-sharma.net/ SEO Atul Sharma

    Really nice and informative post Jeff. Page analytic surely will help peoples in monitoring there pages activity.

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