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Saturday, May 18, 2013

Fast Fan Page Profits-4




Here are some top 15 article directories rated by their Alexa Rating:
     URL ----------- Alexa Rating - Google Page rank            

* ------- 126 ------------- 6

* -------- 354 ------------- 6

* ------------ 659 ------------- 7

* -------------- 759 ------------- 6

* ----- 1,467 ------------- 5

* ------------ 1,527 ------------- 6

* -------- 1,710 ------------- 4

* ------ 2,200 ------------- 5

* 2,833 ------------- 5

* ----- 3,369 ------------- 5






Some of the article directories are "no follow" but that doesn't matter because, if your articles are well written, they will be picked up by other publishers and published on their blogs, in their newsletters, on their websites, etc., giving your article and link a lot of exposure.

9.  Visit blogs and forums that are relevant to your Fan Page niche, post a useful, helpful comment, and a link back to your Facebook Fan Page.

Those are just some of the ways you can optimize your Facebook Fan Page.  Just remember - use your keywords as much as possible and update often to keep your Fan Page "new and interesting", and the search engines will love you!


Whether you already have a Facebook profile or not, go to and you will be brought to a page that says "Create a Page." 

When you come to the Create a Page screen, you can start by doing the following:

1.  Click on "Chose Brand, Products, or Organization"

2.  Fill in "Page Name" (make sure to include your main keyword if possible)

3.  Click on the box stating you are the official representative.
4.  Click "Create Official Page."

If you aren't logged in, or don't yet have an account, you will be prompted at this point to either log in or create an account.

Now it's time to start adding content to your new Fan Page.

The first thing you need to do is add an image for your Page.  Pick an image that represents what your Page is about rather than an image of yourself.

After you add your photo, you need to edit the thumbnail to make sure it includes the portion of your photo that is most relevant.  After the image is uploaded, pass your cursor over the top right-hand corner of the uploaded image.  It will open a box with a pencil that says "Change Photo."  Click on "Change Photo" and a drop down box will appear.  Click on "Edit Thumbnail" and follow the directions to make any adjustments and then click "Save."

There is a small box under the photo that asks you to tell something about your Page.  Make sure to fill this box out.

Next, click on "Info" tab at the top of the page.  On this page, you'll have two fields to add information to, if you wish.  The first field is "Basic Info" and basically contains a place to put the date your business was founded. 

The second field is "Detailed Information" so you can explain more about your business.

When you finish with these two section, click "Done Editing" and move to the next screen.

Under your photo, you will see "Edit Page."  If you click this you will be brought to a section where you can customize your Fan Page however you want to.  There are way too many choices to go into all of them here.  You need to explore your options and pick the ones that best meet your needs, and the interests of your potential "fans."  Once you've created your first Fan Page, it will become increasingly easier to do more pages.

I would suggest you visit the right sidebar.  Under "Help with Your Page" is a link "For tips and information about Facebook Pages, click here."  Click there and it will take you to a page that will explain everything, under the Resources tab.  There is a Quick Start Guide and a Pages Manual that you can download and refer to as you proceed.

Here are some tips to keep in mind:

    1.  Keep your title short because when you add content your title is added to each post.
    2.  If you want to, you can chose a "vanity" url after you have twenty-five fans.
    3.  The maximum size for an image for your Fan Page is 200 pixels (width) by 600 pixels (height).  Use the full size if at all possible.
    4.  Fill out the About Us box right below your picture and include a clickable link back to your main blog, or wherever you choose.
    5.  Using the application "Social RSS" you can bring your blog posts onto your Fan Page.
    6.  Let your fans post also on your Fan Page so when someone comes to your page, it looks "alive" with a lot of interaction.
Those are just a few tips for your Fan Page.  More will be scattered throughout the rest of this report.

                             Best regards


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