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  • http://www.linkworxseo.com Link Worx Seo

    Read some good information recently about best times to post. This can increase engagement as well. Interesting numbers. Personally like the new timeline and the way it functions.

  • http://www.linkworxseo.com Link Worx Seo

    Read some good information recently about best times to post. This can increase engagement as well. Interesting numbers. Personally like the new timeline and the way it functions.

  • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

    Thanks Jon for the feedback on your experience. Look forward to hearing from others about what they have discovered.

  • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

    Thanks Syndi for your comment. I think the story of the business as can be produced on the Timeline is a brilliant feature and certainly humanises the “brand”.

  • Happy Presents

    Hello.
    Although this site has been copied in the image of your article, what will be an article with the consent of the copyright?
    Because I want to view this site with confidence, is the question.

    http://www.graphtoday.com/2012/05/21/facebook-timeline-change/

    News on this site is intended for advertising revenue.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks for the heads up on that!

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks for the heads up on that!

  • Happy Presents

    Hello.
    Although this site has been copied in the image of your article, what will be an article with the consent of the copyright?
    Because I want to view this site with confidence, is the question.

    http://www.graphtoday.com/2012/05/21/facebook-timeline-change/

    News on this site is intended for advertising revenue.

  • Happy Presents

    Hello.
    Although this site has been copied in the image of your article, what will be an article with the consent of the copyright?
    Because I want to view this site with confidence, is the question.

    http://www.graphtoday.com/2012/05/21/facebook-timeline-change/

    News on this site is intended for advertising revenue.

  • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

    Thanks Adarsh for your question.
    Ad placement that is on a social media site like Facebook is certainly part of your “Paid” social media marketing strategy

  • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

    Thanks Adarsh for your question.
    Ad placement that is on a social media site like Facebook is certainly part of your “Paid” social media marketing strategy

  • http://twitter.com/Online_Agents Jeroen van de Peppel

    “Generally no one like change” Well those that don’t like change need to get over it fairly quick because changes happen daily in today’s online climate.

    I work in the real estate industry and when the facebook timeline was launched my line of thinking was WOW! How cool is this for real estate agents. They can now create an historic archive of property prices in their local community. For any one interested I blogged about this as well.

    http://www.realestatemarketing-blog.com/using-the-facebook-timeline-feature-to-create-an-archive-of-property-prices-in-your-community/ 

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      You are right Jeroen we need to embrace change. Otherwise there is a light at the end of that tunnel and it is a TRAIN!
      Adapt or become extinct!

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  • http://www.usefulgraphicdesigntutorials.com/ Caroline

    No-one really likes change, bit I personally think that the Timeline changes have made a huge difference to the ability to get creative and to really showcase our businesses. For us, Engagement has increased significantly. 

    However, I do wonder whether ‘everyday’ visitors (as opposed to SMedia folks who are in the know) are aware of the drop down menu options/the light grey additional functions that abound on the page.
    Caroline :)

  • http://www.usefulgraphicdesigntutorials.com/ Caroline

    No-one really likes change, bit I personally think that the Timeline changes have made a huge difference to the ability to get creative and to really showcase our businesses. For us, Engagement has increased significantly. 

    However, I do wonder whether ‘everyday’ visitors (as opposed to SMedia folks who are in the know) are aware of the drop down menu options/the light grey additional functions that abound on the page.
    Caroline :)

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  • http://twitter.com/clmejia Christina Mejia

    I have issues with these studies about the “effect of timeline on engagement”. The big reason being that the majority of users (studies have reported as high as 90%) don’t return to a brand’s page after liking it. They only interact with the content through their news feed. In fact, in our internal analysis, we’ve seen that less than 1% of post impressions are made via the brand page (timeline) for our clients. (We determined this by comparing daily post impressions with daily page views.) The change to timeline would have no affect on how they see the content on their news feed – there are no reports that Facebook also changed their EdgeRank formula in conjunction with the timeline change.

    Further, our month-to-month analysis of our clients’ engagement performance is always showing increases and decreases that have everything to do with content and/or fan growth during that period – clear correlations can usually be drawn. Therefore, I think giving credit or blame in any increases or decreases in engagement to the timeline change would be wrong.

    Christina Mejia
    Director, Analytics & Reporting
    DEI Worlwide

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  • Prince Jacon

    The Timeline change is very much better than the old. It comes with greater multi-media integration.

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