Tips for Using Static Facebook Markup Language (FBML)

21 05 2010

I have already explained to you what Static FBML is and how to use it, but in this post, I’m going to give you 5 tips to help you make the most out of Static FBML. If you haven’t already read the posts that explain what Static FBML is, and how to use FBML, click either of those links, and they will take you to them.

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How To Use Static FBML (Facebook)

26 04 2010

My last post was about how you can use Static FBML to enhance your Facebook Fan Page, and use it to stand out against your competition. As promised, this post will be telling you how you can implement Static FBML. Read On!! Read the rest of this entry »

Facebook – One Easy Way To Stand Out From The Crowd

19 04 2010

With so many businesses already on Facebook, it can be hard to get noticed by your target niche. What most of the businesses don’t know, however, is that there is one way you can stand out from everyone else; and that’s what I’m going to tell you today. Read the rest of this entry »

What are Social Networking sites good for?

24 03 2010

Social Networking sites started becoming popular with businesses years ago, and have evolved massively since its humble beginnings. Many people are pro-Social Networks, whilst others either don’t like them, or don’t see the point in them. In this post, I’m going to explain a few things that a Social Networking site is good for, and what it can help you achieve. There will also be a bonus tip for each point! Read the rest of this entry »

1 Obvious, Yet Often Overlooked Way To Increase Traffic Hugely!

8 02 2010

Traffic is as important to your website as water is to fish; without it, it would cease to exist. In this post, I want to outline one very simple, yet mostly overlooked, way to increase your traffic immensely. Read on! Read the rest of this entry »

Twitter Lists Explained

14 12 2009

The new Twitter Lists feature on Twitter is a new way to organise the people you’re following on Twitter, or find new people to follow. In actuality, though, Twitter lists are in effect the counterpart to Facebook’s Group feature. Read the rest of this entry »

Should you build your own Social Networking site?

3 12 2009

Should you make your own Social Network?

That depends on many things. First of all; have you got the time to set it up, and then interact with anyone who is on there? I have just started setting up a Social Network that we are calling KeepNet. In this post, I am going to explain the benefits, and the drawbacks, of owning your own Social Network. Read the rest of this entry »