Twitter’s Redesign Includes Brand Pages
Not to anyone’s surprise, Twitter has begun rolling out their version of a brand page along with a complete platform redesign. As a social media marketing manager myself, I welcome this change with open arms and cannot wait to see if and how these new pages change the Twitter landscape. Since this will be a gradual unveiling, not everyone will have access to the new pages just yet. Some of the larger corporations such as PepsiCo, McDonalds, Jet Blue and several others have been given the chance to use the new layout, so we will use their redesigned pages to explain what new features you can expect to see.
How to Make Your Social Media Sites Stand Out From the Competition
Do you sit down and look at your company’s Facebook page everyday thinking,what can I do differently? Do you find that you are posting the same kind of material daily or that when you try to engage your audience with a thought-provoking question, there’s no response? It’s time to step your social media game up. Let’s see how we create a buzz around your Facebook, Twitter and blog sites…
Facebook Fan Page Redesigned
Facebook has a way of temporarily stirring up commotion throughout its community only a few times per year. First it was primarily changing the layout of personal profile pages, forcing users to adjust and conform to a new way of viewing a profile. Yes, change is good… when done in moderation. Facebook has done it this time, taking the redesign to a new level. Fan pages and company profiles are now being targeted for this redesign. For now, this new layout seems to be optional; just like all prior Facebook layout changes. But on March 1st, this becomes a permanent change.
Switch now, learn and love the new layout, so that on March 1st, business for you continues without any bumps in the road.
From the perspective of an avid Facebook user, as well as company owner, this new layout design is a little unsettling. It does integrate some key abilities for companies to add more personality to their pages, in moderation and limited form of course.
The Pro’s of this new design:
The Beauty of Blogging
While creating and building Progressive Media Concepts’ blog sites, our team came across the differences, unique functions, and importance of WordPress, Tumblr, and Blogger. First off, each blog offers a variety of themes that are designed for use on their specific site. As a blogger, you have the option to choose from an array of free templates, or pay a one-time fee for a theme that is not as widely used in Blogland. The themes provided by WordPress and Tumblr are formatted in such a way that there is little room for layout customization. Blogger has a smaller selection of themes, but allows its users to rearrange and add page elements. You are capable of placing gadgets anywhere you want with Blogger, which helps to de-clutter the page and give it a more symmetrical look.