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How to Create a Facebook Like Page?


Social networking sites really helps boosting up the traffic for any site and also provides an easy access to the users to see what is happening on the site without actually going to the site. Creating a Like page is very easy.
You just need to perform these simple steps,

1) Go to create fan page.

2) Click on your required category. For blogger the Artist ,band or Public Figure category is suitable. Choose the category as writer and write the name of your blog in the next box.

3) Next, you need to tick the box and agree to their terms and click Get Started.
4) You will then be asked to enter a captcha shown. This is to help block spamming like pages.
5) If you have not signed in yet, you will be asked to enter your username and password or if you do not have a Facebook account you can create it then. Your page will now be active. You can like it and ask your other friends to like by inviting them.

Add a Display Picture or LOGO

imageA good like page should always have a display picture. Move your mouse pointer to the default image of the page and you will be shown an option to change the profile picture of your fan page. Click on the option and browse a relevant image for your site.
You should also confirm your page’s category again to websites and blogs for better search results.

Add Blog RSS Feed To Facebook Like Page

To publish your site's RSS click on Edit Page button at the top right corner. Next click Apps and then click the "Go To App" link just below Notes.
You will be asked to submit your FEED URL which looks like this,

Submit it and you are done! Now you don't need to paste your post link each time in Facebook to update your visitors. Your Feed will automatically update them.


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1 comment:

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