Finding time to keep up with social networking, whether you’re doing it for fun or for your business, is often something that gets relegated to the back burner. Not only is there often just too much on your plate … but there are so many tools and applications and games and … you name it … out there that sorting through all the virtual clutter can be, in itself, a big challenge.
So how do you find useful and fun tools that can enhance the Facebook experience for your friends and fans and YOU?
What I do, a LOT, is to rely on the recommendations of folks I trust and respect. So, when someone like Michael Stelzner on his Social Media Examiner, highlights a tool or application, I pay attention!
That’s why I asked my VA, last week, to explore How to Add a Like Button to Your Facebook Tabs – a post by Tim Ware that appeared earlier this month. In this post, Tim offers step-by step directions for how to use fbml (Facebook Markup Language) to create a place on any of your tabs, where people can click the “Like Button” to give the thumbs up to what you are displaying. The coding is set up so that it offers them a space to make Comments, too!
My VA checked it out and got it set up on my Fan Page, on the tab where we offer our Finding Time Success Kit. She said it was very easy to add the code, and was excited to start exploring other ways to use fbml on Facebook.
I’d love for you to stop by and check out what we’ve done over on Facebook. Hit the “Like Button” and see how it works. Or give it a try on your own Facebook page. Don’t be afraid because it seems so “technical.” The directions, both in Facebook and in Tim Ware’s post are very easy to follow.
Ready to give it a try? I’d love to hear what you think … so drop me a line here – or over on Facebook – and let me know how it goes for you!
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Let’s explore time together …
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