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Facebook Feature Update: Reply to Individual Comments On Your Facebook Page

After Facebook Pages Terms updates, I wanted to let you know about an another brand new “reply” feature you can turn on for your Facebook page! This feature allows you as a page admin, as well as fans of your page, to reply to individual comments on your posts. This is like the threaded comments you see on blogs and some forums.

As of right now, this is a Facebook feature that page admins need to turn on. To see this option, make sure that your admin panel is collapsed by clicking the Hide button, if necessary.

Then click Turn on Replies (see below Screenshot). If you don’t yet see this option, it should roll out to all Facebook pages soon, so keep checking back.

Facebook--Turn-On-Replies

In the next screen you will see a confirmation message that replies have been turned on.
Facebook-Now-Replies-are-on!

This new Facebook Feature update (Replies) are only available in NEW posts that are published on your page. The feature will not retroactively be added to old posts. To reply to an individual comment on a post, simply click the Reply link instead of entering your comment in the regular text field.
FB-comments-Reply-On-Screen

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Facebook Pages Terms updates

Facebook Pages Terms updated on March 06, 2013, the rules about what content you can have on your fan page cover image! Everything but the “20% rule” has been nixed.

You may need to clear cache to see the Facebook revised guidelines about Facebook Pages terms

What we still need to adhere to:
*Covers may not include images with more than 20% text.

What is now NO longer in the Facebook page term guidelines:
Covers may not include:
* price or purchase information, such as “40% off” or “Download it on xyz.com”;
* contact information such as a website address, email, mailing address, or information that should go in your Page’s “About” section;
* references to Facebook features or actions, such as “Like” or “Share” or an arrow pointing from the cover photo to any of these features; or
* calls to action, such as “Get it now” or “Tell your friends.”

Facebook Page guidelines updates

Facebook Page guidelines updates

Facebook pages for Business/Fan Page Creation<

For many businesses, having a presence on Facebook and trying to building a good presence on online success. This has brought about a large increase in the number of businesses reaching out through Facebook marketing.

To participate as a business on Facebook you will want to set up a Facebook business page – also called a fan page – that is separate from your personal Facebook page. This page will allow you to market your business on Facebook to loyal customers who “like” you as well as to potential new customers who find your page through their friends or outside sources, like your website. Once you’ve created a Facebook business page, the sky is the limit in terms of your Facebook marketing strategy. You can offer deals and coupons, show off new products, offer incentives for people to stop by your physical store, or any other pitch that will make your facebook fans your facebook customers.

Pinterest New Look: More Ways to Discover What You Love

Pinterest New Look: More Ways to Discover What You LoveAfter Google+ profile and page improvements, Pinterest also discover things to make Piterest more easier and On March 18, 2013, Pintrest start sharing the new look with everyone. hope you are invited or You should see an invitation soon.

Pinterest new discovery features:

Pinterest added few new things to the close-up view of pins to help you discover things we love that we might not have known about otherwise, including:

-Pins from the same board: Now we can explore the entire board without leaving the page.

-Pins from the same source: Here will find other things pinned from the same website.

-People who pinned this also pinned: This is literally what it says it is.

Other changes

Pinterest wanted to make things simpler and cleaner, without requiring us to learn anything new. What will find are some subtle but useful changes, like bigger pins, so now we see more of what we love.

Happy pinning!