Extreme Facebook Profile Makeover

I have been using Facebook for over two years now, and I have realized that your profile is really the key to a successful social media strategy. It is at the heart of your entire online marketing strategy and needs to be consistent and clear.

Inspired by the Thanksgiving spirit, and the questions I keep receiving in regards to social media marketing, I am going to start doing Extreme Facebook Profile Makeovers. I will do one a week. (Please note that I reserve the right to do them more or less frequently, depending on demand), and I invite you to join in with your comments as well. The best efforts are group efforts.

If you want to sign up, the ONLY way to sign up is by leaving a comment on this blog post. Be sure to include the link to your Facebook profile. Please make sure that your Facebook profile can be viewed by the public. It takes time if I have to add you as a friend , wait for you to accept, and then get access to the profile.  Please don’t send me an e-mail — leave a comment. Yes, it will be public, but then so will this makeover and your Facebook profile. The idea is to get you and your business more positive exposure. And yes-it will be on a first come, first serve basis.

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  • http://my-iphone-blog.blogspot.com/ Darin R. McClure

    Ok I’ll bite! I recall this from BWE!


    Mucho Mahalo’s!


  • http://my-iphone-blog.blogspot.com/ Darin R. McClure

    Ok I must be slow, how do I set my profile to public at facebook? it only lets me set to my network? I know I must be missing a checkbox someplace….

  • Shama

    Hi Darin-

    No problem! Just go to the Privacy tab. It should be listed as a link in light blue at the top right when you sign in. Under “Who Can Find me in Search and See my Public Search Listing”-make sure it says Everyone.

  • http://www.communityguy.com Jake McKee
  • http://www.entrepreneurialMD.com Philippa Kennealy

    I’m always game for something to be learned! Thank you Shama.

  • http://www.entrepreneurialMD.com Philippa Kennealy

    Oops – forgot my link. here it is:

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