The previous tutorials – prior to lacking articles for last week – covered how to find the “Create a Page” buttons as well as how to chose the category your page falls into. Today, using this website as an example, I will walk through how to make a page for a website/brand/product.
The process is virtually the same for the other categories – but if specific tutorials for each category are wished, I am going to need to be able to create a full page for a particular category. That said, we’ll start with the very first step, hitting and finding on the web page click button – as seen below.
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Create a full page button, this site below will pop up where you can chose the category you want your page to maintain. If you’re confused with this, please check this article found here for additional information regarding what types of web pages go where. Since I’m creating a full page for my blog (and Website), I selected the Brand or Product category from above.
Then in the drop down menu for selections there, I decided Website, as seen below. After that is chosen, I typed in (what was then) the name of the blog (as seen below). Once I hit the “Get Started” button, that’s when I discovered I had fashioned to improve the name of my page.
Long story short, there is some programming within page creation that will prevent you from creating pages with certain names. Using the word “Facebook” in a full-page name is forbidden – that ought to have been an “oh duh” minute for me, but I hadn’t really considered it before I began the blog.
Thankfully, SOCIAL MEDIA: Tips and Hints were permissible and available, which explains why the blog’s address and name transformed to that. Finding the true name was allowed, hitting “BEGIN” Goes to the next page. This is my first draft of what I devote the description area. You are limited by a certain number of characters, so make sure to be concise about what your page is for.
I redid this and were left with a shorter blurb and ways to add in my blog address. Note: If you devote a web address, it will automatically link in the page’s description – a terrific way to hopefully get people to click to your website if they stumble across your page. Now, I failed to get screenshots of the next two steps, however they are easy to walk through relatively.
Your profile picture, or avatar, is the image that’ll be observed in the feed of people that liked you. Facebook requires the scale to be at least 180×180 in size, but you can use any size almost, just as long as it resizes right and looks good in the square. Facebook has options for you to select what you want people to see if the image doesn’t resize right. If all else fails, I highly encourage you to spend time on selecting your image and ensuring it looks right.