Friday, May 11, 2018

Beginners Guide to Facebook, Part Two: Definitions

Facebook has it's own inherent language, and being as big a platform as it is, has lead to the creation and use of some words that users need to know to get started.  Here are a few of them to help you get started understanding Facebook

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The end all and be all of Facebook - not really, but really.  It's a thumbs up, an endorsement, an equivalent of a friend on your profile page.  A Like is to Facebook what a follower is to Twitter.

A profile is a personal account, which you will need to get to use Facebook and/or set up your Business Page.  It is currently against Facebook's Terms and Conditions to use a personal account to represent your business.  That being said, you can always start your own separate profile page.

A Business Page (amongst other types of Pages) are where you publish your information, posts, images and more.  It's a profile, but for a business.

Like a post on a Blog, its a publish comment, image, or article that you want to share with the public.

Groups are tricky.  Basically, they were a page-equivalent, created for an organisation or business to promote itself and its events.  For example, a Health Club could start a group and then members would join and post their feelings about the new reno, prices, or just randoms things, and interact with each other.

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