Happy Monday to you all! Hope you had a great morning and
the week is looking up for you. Today, I wanted to introduce the Facebook
lingo, dictionary you can use when identifying the Facebook words you need to
know in order to maximize your use of this social media platform. Let’s get
Like: “Like” has
several different meanings in relationship to Facebook. First, like represents
action you can take, for example you can LIKE a post or LIKE a Facebook page of
a company and become a fan. Second, you can click the LIKE ICON on a website
that would either show that you liked an item that company is offering or you
liked a page of that company.
Fan: a fan is a
person who likes a specific business page
Newsfeed shows you the status updates posted by your friends and pages you
follow. Newsfeed can be sorted by most recent stories, which should post most
recent updates or top stories, which should post only updates that are highly
Tag: you can tag
your images with your friends’ names, simply click on the photo, to the right
buttom you will see tag photo when you click on those words you will be able to
click on the person and tag them within that photo.
Page: Facebook allows
for personal accounts and business accounts. Business accounts are called
pages. Pages do not require a friend request, you can simply click the LIKE
button and you will automatically become a fan of a page.
Wall: A wall
shows what you have posted, shared to your Facebook page. You can delete the
items you have shared on your wall.
Facebook Offers is another way to promote your Facebook page. It is possibly
one of the most effective ways to entice a fan to purchase a product from you
utilizing Facebook. You can create Facebook offers directly from your Facebook
page. A person can claim that offer. When they claim the Offer, your post will
be shared on their Facebook wall and it will be visible to other Facebook users
there are friends with. It is a great way to spread the word about your company
and invite people to your web commerce site.
What are some other Facebook words you would like to see
added to this list? Tweet me @dagmarapostelle
Labels: business, social media