4 Facts About Facebook Timeline’s Inevitable Release to Fan Pages


The great people over all AllFacebook.com recently posted an article outlining some activity surrounding Facebook’s upcoming Facebook Marketing Conference scheduled for Feb. 29th (AllFacebook’s post here). The post sites two sources who have hinted that Facebook could be announcing the release of their new “Timeline” for Fan Pages.

The release of Timeline for Fan Pages has always been a virtual certainty, the question has just always been, “When will Timeline be out for Fan Pages?”.

Now, were not here to speculate on wether the Feb. 29th conference will actually include the introduction of Facebook Timeline for Fan Pages, but for the sake of this post, let’s just assume that this announcement will be made and that Timeline will be introduced to Fan Pages in a few short weeks.

So here is a short list of thing you need to know about Facebook Timeline & its possible release for Facebook Fan Pages.

Facebook Timeline Loves Social Applications

Not too long ago, Facebook made the announcement that 60 social applications were to be “tightly integrated into the new Timeline format (those 60 apps listed here). These applications include what is called, “auto-post” ability.

You have probably already seen this in your New’s Feed with applications like Social Reader, Spotify, or even Pinterest. If your friends have “Allowed” these applications onto their profile, their activity within these applications is automatically posted to their personal Facebook Timeline & their friend’s New’s Feed, like the picture below.

Facebook Timeline Social Application

“Auto-posting” can provide clear, powerful advantages to fan page owners who can leverage these social applications well. Facebook Timeline could offer Fan Page owners a great opportunity to increase exposure.

We Don’t Know What A Fan Page Timeline Will Be Like

While Facebook Timeline has been out for personal Facebook profile for some time, no one really knows what Timeline may look like for Fan Pages. Plenty of people out there have speculated on what a possible Timeline for Fan Pages layout might look like.

All of this is clearly speculation, as we cannot be sure of any exact specifications. I  can say fairly confidently that the widely popular, Cover Photo, will be a centerpiece of any Timeline for Fan Pages. But after that, there is no hard evidence to support much else.

What we do know is that when developing Timeline, Facebook did consult with business owners about the design. This lends credibility to the belief that whatever the new Timeline for Fan Pages looks like, it will have been developed with branding & e-commerce in mind.

Images Are King

After spending just a few minutes with the Facebook Timeline layout on your personal profile, it is awfully clear that images get a whole lot of attention. When posted, images tend to take up a large amount of space on the Timeline, and they also tend to stick around longer than other posts. Meaning, an image or group of images is visible longer than most other types of posts.

Below is an image uploaded to a friend of mine’s Timeline. You can see that most images take up almost 3 or 4 times the amount of space as other types of posts. This particular picture was added almost 48 hours before this screenshot, and was still sitting near the top of the page.

Facebook Timeline Fan Pages Image Upload

Facebook Timeline for Fan Pages is Inevitable

Facebook will never stop changing. They will always seek to develop the “next big thing” in social media, and Timeline is their big idea for the moment. Fan Pages will be using Timeline in the future, and we will most likely know more about that after February 29th.

So don’t fight it! This doesn’t have to be a big, scary change. This is simply an opportunity waiting to happen, and there is one other thing you can take to the bank about Facebook Timeline. You can bet your house that your customers will still be on Facebook & that we will still be finding ways to get your customers to connect to your band no matter what change comes.

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Facebook Advertising: 4 Things Not To Do With Facebook Ads


How To Lower Your Facebook Ads Cost Per Click (CPC)

Learning how to lower your facebook ads cost per click (cpc) can be a pretty frustrating task, especially when facebook advertising acts surprisingly different from Google Adwords. I was lucky enough to have a profitable campaign from the start, which allowed me to cover my advertising costs and continue to learn the hard way, trying different advertising strategies every week.

It was a lot easier to get .10 or .15 cent clicks on facebook advertising a few months ago, before the hype caught up and businesses started to see the real benefit that facebook brings with its targeting ability for advertisers. These days, you really have to know what you’re doing to overcome the high suggested bid that facebook hands out now.

Luckily, the $10,000 I’ve handed over to Facebook in the last 4 months has taught me a lot about exactly what they’re looking for, and how you can sneak behind everyone else on your way to getting those .25, .15, and .10 cent clicks you’re craving.

How To Pay Too Much For Facebook Advertising

Let’s start with what not to do.
  1. Don’t create boring facebook ads
    • Why? Because I said so. 🙂 Well, there’s more to it. Basically, a boring ad doesn’t get clicked, and if Facebook sees your ad sucking, it’s not going to show it anymore, or they’re going to charge you out the “you know what” for it. Wouldn’t you? If you were only charging people every time their ad got clicked, you would want awesome ads getting clicked all the time. Make sense?
  2. Don’t use your company logo as your image
    • This is Step #1 toward creating boring ads. If you’re a consumer, do you care about someone’s logo? No! You don’t. You want your problem solved. Sadly, a logo can’t accomplish the task. You have to grab attention with your ad image…that’s the best part about Facebook Ads.
  3. Don’t use your facebook ads text to describe features or tell people what you company does.
    • Again, people are selfish by nature. What I mean is, we want our problems solved. We don’t care that you using double plated glass to create our back-door, we care that our family room stays quiet because of it. Ask yourself, “So What?” when you’re writing your ad copy.
  4. Don’t create 1 or 2 ads and assume they’re the best ads ever created in the history of facebook advertising. First of all, facebook makes it way too easy to duplicate ads with their “create a similar ad” feature that you literally have no excuse for running only a handful of ads. Create multiple ads, test them against each other, and select the winner. This way, you’re guaranteeing a better ROI because your CTR will increase and your cost will decrease.

There’s so much more I could cover about Facebook Advertising, but the truth is we really need some more time where I can show you 1 on 1.

So, what I’ve decided to do is put on a free webinar where I’ll be giving you my 2 best secrets that will show you how to get $0.03 clicks and attract an unlimited amount of new fans, leads, and customers every single day on autopilot. This stuff is so powerful, so make sure you catch your free video below!

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6 Ways to Get Facebook Fans Before Bedtime


There are a millions ways that a page could get Facebook fans. So it is crucial that you keep yourself from going into Information Overload. Don’t let all the information out there keep you from implementing something right now! Keep it simple, and always take action.

So, let’s look at 6 ways to get Facebook fans to your fan page before bedtime…

Create a Custom Landing Page

Harry Potter Facebook Fan Page

Harry Potter's Fan Page displays a great custom tab to new get Facebook fans.

A custom Landing Tab is the most powerful technique to get Facebook fans to your Fan Page. Since Facebook’s switch from their older FBML code in early 2011 to the new iFrames setup, you can insert any HTML code directly onto your Fan Page.

Leverage this ability to offer exclusive deals, embed videos, or even copy an entire page of your website directly into Facebook for your new visitors to view when they first find your page.

To learn more about custom landing tabs and how to create them to get Facebook fans, check out Fan Page Design for Dummies.

Ask Visitors to Take Action

Give your visitors a good “Call-to-action”. Don’t just let new visitors land on your beautiful new custom tab, ask them to take the next step take an action you would like them to take. Direct your visitors to do what you would like, or you are likely to miss out on getting more Facebook fans.

Communicate the value of your page

Under Armour Custom Fan Page

"Like" Under Armour for Exclusive Content

Give a clear answer to the question, “Why should I ‘Like’ this page?”.

Communicate the value your new visitor will receive by clicking “Like” on your page. Below is a great example from Under Armour. Right under their “Call-to-Action”, Under Armour reminds their users that they are clicking Like to receive “Exclusive UA content!”.

Perfect way to get Facebook fans from the existing traffic on your fan page.

Interaction Make the Heart Grow Fonder

Offer your fans great, interactive content. The more “stuff” there is for your user to read, watch, or click, the more trust they will place into your brand.

Embed videos, create surveys, anything you can do to keep the user on your page longer. The longer the user is on your page, the higher the probability that you will get Facebook fans faster than ever.

For great info on how to do much of this custom work, click here.

Offer Free Stuff to New Fans

Who doesn’t like free stuff?? Offering a free gift in exchange for clicking “Like” is a great way to make interested visitors into devoted fans.

You don’t have to look far to find great examples of how a small giveaway on Facebook can work wonders for your brand. Everyone loves free stuff, and offering something small (but relevant to your audience, and of value), to new visitors is a great way to get Facebook fans with just one small change.

Facebook has SEO?!

Phiten Custom Facebook Fan Page

Rank your Fan Page in Google?? Just fill out your Fan Page.

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, and yes, Facebook has it. Using simple SEO techniques on your fan page’s Info tab can be a great way to leverage Facebook SEO to get Facebook fans practically out of thin air.

Insert popular keywords, relevant to your market, and start optimizing your Facebook fan page for Google and all the best search engines.

Learn more about Facebook SEO and how you can use it to get Facebook fans to your fan page here.

Check out popular baseball brand, Phiten, and how they used their info tab to enter links & keyword-rich text to get Facebook fans using quick, simple on-page SEO techniques.


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7 Types of Facebook Sponsored Stories


Facebook announced 3 new sponsored stories for businesses currently using facebook ads. I haven’t been using the sponsored stories feature too much lately, because the normal facebook ads have been performing better for me, but these new types look pretty interesting.

Facebook Sponsored Stories?

Check out the picture below. The new “domain” story type seems pretty cool. If you’re running this version of facebook ads, when someone clicks the like button or share button on your website (assuming you have them there) it will trigger this ad to run on all of their friends facebook profiles. Pretty cool.

facebook sponsored stories

Facebook's 7 New Sponsored Story Types

Like everything online, it’s worth a test. You could find out it’s the best thing that ever happen to your business. Kind of like I did with facebook ads 2 years ago.

You can’t really go wrong trying all of this out. Give it a shot and just keep in mind the 4 things not to do with Facebook advertising, and you will be good to go!

My gut tells me that regular facebook ads will still be the most effective way to reach your audience, but these new types of Facebook sponsored stories look like really effective ways to increase your fan base and get the word spread pretty quickly.

If you’re thinking about running a Facebook Advertising campaign, you will want to check out our Facebook Advertising Secrets tips.  There is a 6 or 7 minute video on that page with some pretty cool content for you guys to check out.

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Have you found any success with Facebook sponsored stories? If so, which type?

Facebook Ads Costs Explained: CPC vs. CPM

Facebook ads costs explained

Those who use Facebook Ads often debate the benefits of using CPC (Cost Per Click) or CPM (Cost per Mille). These two little acronyms cause advertisers a whole lot of grief.

How are we supposed to know which one to use on our Facebook Ads? Even worse is that you are almost certainly paying the price if you aren’t using the right one at the right time. But we’ll get to that…

Facebook Ads Cost: CPC vs. CPM Explained

If you hear the terms “CPC” or “CPM” and think, “What’s the difference?”, here is a quick “dictionary” definitely for you.

Facebook Ads CPC Definition

Facebook Ads CPM Definition

Notice that your bid price is noted as an approximation in the graphics above. You do not get to choose your exact bid price, but instead, when using Facebook Ads you get to place a bid that will then be used by Facebook to determine your actual costs.

For example, if Facebook suggests that I bid between $0.50 & $1.00, I might select to bid $0.75 for my advertisement. Then, Facebook will take that $0.75 and reference that bid against all other bids for advertisements to your market and determine what your actual costs will be based on the open market price.

So that $0.75 you bid might very well end up only costing you $0.60 or even less. By that same token, you could also end up paying exactly $0.75.

This is just an example, we have found ways to get bids for pennies on the dollar. And we can help you do the same. That’ll have to wait though, I’m getting distracted.

For now, I’ll just say that the power of Facebook Ads comes by bidding the optimum price at the right moment. But more on that later.

So “Cost Per Click” essentially means that you will pay the bid price that Facebook sets for you, as we explained above, each time someone clicks on one of your facebook ads. Simple as that.

What are “Impressions”?

Facebook Ads cost impressions

An “impression” is a display of your advertisement. So anytime your advertisement gets displayed to a user, your ad is getting an “impression”. Facebook has moved away from the term, “impression”, and instead now describes this figure as your advertisement’s “reach”. But for the purpose of explaining CPM ads costs with Facebook, we will stick with “impression” for now.

So just like we describe above, Facebook will take the bid you chose and determine your actual cost.

The big difference with CPM advertising is that you do not pay each time a user clicks on your advertisement. Instead, you get charged the market-determined ad cost each time your advertisement receives 1,000 impressions. So regardless of how many clicks you receive, you get charged each time your ad gets displayed an additional 1,000 times.

The name “Cost per Mille” (CPM) draws from the Latin language. Mille is the word the Ancient Romans would have used to mean one thousand. Which is exactly where we get the meaning of Cost per Mille, meaning a price for 1,000 views of your advertisement.

 Which one do I use?

People debate the use of CPC over CPM or vice versa to no end. Facebook Ads is pretty much a guessing game for so many marketers out there, while most people are just seeking the lowest costs possible.

Well after spending a small fortune on Facebook advertising, and testing the living daylights out of everything Facebook Ads has to offer, I can tell you that CPC is definitely right for our business.

But before you rush off and sink a big bag of money into CPC advertising, I can also tell you that CPM absolutely dominates for others. The subtle difference between these two cost structures can mean a world of difference.

The real power comes when you can match your business/service with an ideal suggested bid and leveraging the strengths of both CPC & CPM advertising. But we’ll have to visit that inside the Member’s Area sometime. Sounds like a good idea for a webinar.


That’s all for today guys, thanks for reading! If you are looking to get serious about your business through Facebook Ads, and want to take a look inside our advertising campaign to hear exactly how we make it all happen, check out Facebook Ads Secrets right here.


7 Facebook Advertising Tips Marketers Willingly Ignore

What most businesses (using Facebook advertising or not) don’t truly understand is the power behind using Facebook Ads. Because of the overwhelming demographic and psychographic information Facebook has on every one of us, it presents a fantastic opportunity for marketers, and a surprisingly pleasant experience for the end user as well.

Let me explain. Here are the 7 Facebook Advertising Tips Most Marketers Willingly Ignore:

#1 Facebook Advertising Tip – Hyper Target Your Ads

My first mistake when I started using facebook advertising was trying to reach everyone in my market. I was selling baseball instructional videos, so naturally my first Facebook ad campaign was targeted towards everyone interested in baseball. What I quickly realized was that not everyone interested in baseball wanted, needed, or could afford my videos.Facebook Advertising tips

My product was $27, and I didn’t think my targeting would matter, but looking back, I see why I didn’t make any profit early on. I learned that teenage baseball players just didn’t have the money to spend on my product, let alone a credit card to purchase it with. After a few months of wasting money away, I tested a new approach that led to the creation of a million dollar online business.

I switched my targeting and began only showing my ads to baseball coaches or parents of baseball players. I did some quick market research to get to know my fans a little better, found out more about their likes, interests, and habits. I then took that information straight to my Facebook Ads campaign.

This switch took me all of 4 minutes to implement, and it was the difference between a profitable online campaign and the end of my marketing career.

If you’re using facebook advertising and you haven’t put in the time to thinking about who is really seeing your advertisement, it may be the smartest thing you ever do in your business.

#2 Facebook Advertising Tip – Test Your Landing Page

A lot of people debate over whether to send Facebook ads traffic to their own website or keep it within Facebook by sending it to a fan page, group, event, or application.

Here’s the quick answer: test it!

I don’t understand why people argue about it or can’t make up their minds. It takes 30 seconds to duplicate your ad and send the new one somewhere else. Why leave it up to chance when you can prove once and for all what the better option is.

After we stopped getting lazy, and started measuring and testing all of our stuff, we finally got the results we were looking forward because we removed the guesswork!

The truth is, what works in your market may not work for someone else. Stop leaving huge business decisions up to chance by following your gut, and start testing and tracking actual results.

Trust me, you’ll sleep better at night and be lightyears ahead of your competition.

#3 Facebook Advertising Tip – Utilize Sponsored Stories

More marketers are testing sponsored stories every day, which is a good thing. If you’re an owner of a fan page or facebook application, sponsored stories may be a great way to quickly boost traffic to those pages.

Facebook Ads sponsored storiesFacebook loves when you keep your traffic inside of facebook, and they’ve exposed that with this new type of ad.

Built off of recommendations, Facebook ads sponsored stories are shown to the friends of your current fans with the endorsement of that fan. Not only that, but you can target further by deciding which friends you want your ad to show to.

#4 Facebook Advertising Tip – Action Optimized CPM

Action optimized CPM is a new feature within facebook’s ads platform as of the writing of this post, but it can be tricky for a newbie. You want to be careful here, because you have no control over how much facebook spends on each click or view of your ad.

The only way to control your spend with this type of bidding strategy is your daily limit on the campaign, so be careful.

The upside to using action optimized cpm is the amount of traffic you will receive. If you think your campaign has hit a ceiling, this bidding technique may be music to your ears.

In our testing, action optimized cpm has result in an instant 100%-500% increase in the traffic we received. But that traffic was more expensive.

Again, this bidding strategy will only appear if your landing page is a fan page or facebook application, so it’s not available for everyone.

 #5 Facebook Advertising Tip – Test CPC vs. CPM

Again, using Cost per click (CPC) or Cost per Mille (CPM) is a big controversy for those using Facebook Ads. My thought is…what’s the contreversy!?

Test your own stuff folks. Don’t let some “expert” out there tell you what to do. Take 24 hours and try both!

I have my opinion. And after a LOT of testing, I know what works best for my ads. But I would never look someone else in the eyes and tell them that I know what will work best for their business.

So CPC or CPM??

Easy, test it and find out.

#6 Facebook Advertising Tip – Use Local Targeting

Question for you…Facebook Advertising Tips

What is the most powerful advertising tool for locally based businesses available today?

Facebook Ads, that’s what. With Facebook Ads new local targeting feature, you can choose to keep your ads within a 5-mile radius of your place of business. And if you partner that with their other targeting features, there is not an advertising medium on the planet that can target as effectively as Facebook Ads.

#7 Facebook Advertising Tip – Get to Know Your Customers

Someone really smart once said, “Know thine customers”.

Ok, pretty sure I made that up. But still, get to know your customers. Now, I didn’t say, “Know your fans”. I said, “Know your customers”. Here’s the difference…

Customers buy things. And happy customers buy more things. Fans are great, but not all of your fans will end up spending money with you.

So get to know your customers. Become an expert in the interest, habits, likes, and dislikes or the people who spend money with you. These demographics and psychographic trends will help you really target the kinds of people who are going to be ready to buy.

Well that’s all we have for you today. If you are looking to go even more in-depth with Facebook Ads, take a look inside of our most successful Facebook advertising strategies, tricks, and campaigns by learning more about Facebook Advertising Secrets.

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Facebook Advertising – Dominate Your Niche With Facebook Ads with Unique Targeting

Over a third of small businesses are on Facebook now. Which begs the question, why are so many businesses sprinting towards Facebook to improve their marketing? Well recently Facebook added some awesome tools that help you advertise even more specifically to your perfect customer.

Facebook Advertising: 3 Capabilities to Help You Advertise More Efficiently

  1. Zip Code Targeting.

    Now Facebook Ads allows locally-based small businesses to keep their advertising dollars working only in their neck of the woods.

    When using Facebook Ads, you can specify the ZIP codes you want your ads to be seen in. This is an incredible tool for small businesses to use, especially when you consider the implications for businesses operating exclusively in their local market. Keep your advertising dollars working for you on auto-pilot while building brand awareness in your local area.

    For our local business friends, you may want to consider running Facebook Ads Sponsored Stories. These ads are completely tailored to help local businesses reach leads and customers in their target area.

  2. Topic Targeting.

    This enables your Facebook advertising campaign to be geared toward a broad category of keywords quickly & easily.

    Some businesses need a very specific group of keywords, but if your business is geared toward a broad audience, you can now select to target a broad topic. This kind of broad targeting is done in the place of struggling through lists of 1,000s of keywords in an attempt to find your perfect keyword.

    Let’s say you are a music store. You don’t need to run down a list of 1,000 musical keywords, you can just say target the category of “music”. Save time & cut to the chase. Great new feature for Facebook Ads.

  3. Precise Interest Targeting.

    If you want to use Facebook Ads to market to a very specific niche, you are well equipped now with Precise Interest Targeting. This allows your Facebook advertising campaign to be directed at a super specific subgroup.

So whether you need to target a specific area of the map, a large over-arching interest group, or a very small specific niche, Facebook advertising enables you to reach your clientele with simply & quickly.

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‘Till next time guys!

Facebook for Business: 3 Steps to Establish a Presence

More businesses are creating a Facebook fan page every day. Facebook is growing into a powerhouse marketplace, and the amount of business being done on Facebook is well-documented. and there is a LOT of money to be made using Facebook for business. One of the first things to focus on with your page is to create a presence.

Facebook for Business: 3 Steps to Establish a Presence

  1. Customize your profile picture.

    Your profile picture is an important way to create your own presence on Facebook. Your picture should be large, and eye grabbing. However, a common mistake is to make your picture eye grabbing just for the sake of making it eye grabbing.

    This might get people to take a second look at your profile picture, but not for the right reasons. Make your picture something that embodies your business, your motto, or your mission. Make it meaningful, and straight-forward.

  2. Get Facebook Likes: Add friends.

    Reach out to friends of yours to help you create a following. Also, try simple free advertising techniques like posting as your page on a larger pages wall. Make sure that larger page has something that connects it to your product or business. This can help you generate fans.

    When a person is on your page for the first time, the more fans your page has, the more legitimacy they give you right off the bat. You should immediately start trying to grow your fans.

  3. Post often on your wall.

    When using Facebook for business, interacting with your page’s fans can turn them into paying customers.

    Post questions, and comment on fans questions. Be fun, courteous, and engaging. All of these together will establish trust between you and your user and further establish your brand presence through your fan page.

When getting started, these tips can help you when using Facebook for business. After you take action on the 3 steps above, make sure you take a look at some more advanced options for Facebook marketing.

‘Till next time guys!

Facebook Shopping – Fan Page eCommerce History [Infographic]

Facebook shopping is beginning to turn the tide of doing business online, and the businesses that are taking advantage of using Facebook fan pages for at least one step of their marketing process are reaping the benefits.

Facebook Shopping and Fan Page e-commerce Predictions

The experts are predicting $30 billion in global purchases on Facebook by 2015. Currently, we are at $5 billion in transactions occurring on Facebook, so $30 billion seems a long way off, until you look at the trends. The truth is, if Facebook is watching the numbers (and I’m sure they are), we’re most likely going to see more and more features for businesses added to the already growing fan page commerce offering.

If you’re just looking at fan pages along, Facebook’s actions suggest that there’s no limit to where things could go. Facebook is offering businesses the ability to attract thousands of new fans with new features like iframes, questions, at tagging, etc.

They’ve given businesses a place to interact with their customers and build their brand directly on Facebook. All of this is leading to more sales because everything is happening inside a trusted and safe environment.

facebook shopping cart

A Look Inside Facebook’s Shopping History

Below is the promised info-graphic of Facebook’s shopping and e-commerce history, which has been heavily influenced by applications and customized fan pages. It’s getting harder and harder to ignore the power behind Facebook fan pages when you look at the numbers, and if your product or service hasn’t found its way onto Facebook, I suggest you start to consider it.

A great place to start would be our beginner’s course, Fan Page Secrets, which guides you through setting up your fan page, attracting your first thousand fans, and making your first sale. If you’re already past this point and just looking for adding thousands of new fans, the Free Fan Generator course is the best thing for you.

Either way, take a look below and let me know your thoughts and the predictions moving forward. I’d love to hear them…

facebook shopping infographic