New look for Facebook pages

Facebook recently changed the way Organizational Pages look and function on Facebook, so we updated the Green Library Facebook page.

I’m happy to see that although our Facebook page looks and functions like a personal profile page, the relationships are still only 1-way relationships. That has been an important selling point in getting students to be comfortable becoming Fans.

For the “rest of the story” on our Facebook page, see Our Library Facebook page.

For the UK Library Facebook story, with some history about early Library Profile pages (originally taken down by Facebook), see What Goes Around …

1 Response to “New look for Facebook pages”


  1. 1 drsue3 March 22, 2010 at 8:05 am

    Thanks for your serious response to Facebook. Think you will enjoy my own funny, then thoughtful response from my blog:

    HOW TO BE HAPPY IF…

    THE BIG TWEET!
    http://drsue3.wordpress.com/2010/03/19/the-big-tweet-twitter-facebook-oprah-women-food-and-god/

    Dr. Sue

    Like


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