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13 Ways the New Facebook Timeline Will Help Your Business

Mark Zuckerberg, the billionaire owner of everybody’s favorite social network, has been tweaking Facebook’s appearance again. In recent months, users have been steadily migrated to the new Facebook Timeline style profile. At first, the change only affected personal users but, on March 30, 2012, every registered user of Facebook will sport the new design. That includes businesses.

Historically, changes to Facebook are met with a whole spectrum of emotions ranging from utter glee to downright despair. Virtually every change has led to people setting up groups lamenting the new style. “Give us back our old Facebook”, they shout; interestingly, it’s probably the same people who months later are shouting about the next change. Click Here to Read Article …

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7 Reasons You Should Sign Up On Facebook

I worked in a bakery where the owner was a self-professed technophobe. He didn’t have a cell phone, rarely used email and if someone brought up Facebook, he shuddered at the thought of using something he considered to “contribute to the downfall of society”.

He just didn’t see what a social network had to do with people’s food choices. I tried to explain that it doesn’t matter what you’re selling, people from all walks of life use Facebook and by not using it for his business he was missing out on sales every single day. Click Here to Read Article …

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Is Facebook Productive?

With today’s privacy “simplification” announcement over at Facebook which rolls out to all users over the next few weeks (unless you’ve recently quit…or you may not see if you are going to) , it rekindled an old argument: Is there is any productive merit to the web service?

A lot of users use the site to promote their blogs (WorkAwesome included) as well as to keep touch – and regain contact – with old friends.  This can result in new opportunities and can be effective in keeping communication easy and centralized.  Certainly birthday greetings have become simpler to send (and remember)!

Do you still use Facebook?  If so, for what?  Is it a productivity “suck” or tool? Click Here to Read Article …