The Art of the Business

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How to connect your business to others on Facebook November 11, 2009

Filed under: Arts Marketing,Marketing with Facebook — Rebecca Coleman @ 10:58 am
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I recently learned a cool little trick on Facebook that I wanted to share with you.

You can now connect your business’ fan page to other business’ fan pages. You do this by becoming a fan of their page. I created a little “how-to” video. Click here to watch it.

Thanks to @nickkeenan for this one.

Add to Blinkslist : add to furl : Digg it : add to ma.gnolia : Stumble It! : add to simpy : seed the vine : : : TailRank : post to facebook

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5 Responses to “How to connect your business to others on Facebook”

  1. Romi Says:

    Helpful tutorial, thank you so much! Alas, Facebook doesn’t always make it easy to get the most of their tools and features, but your clear instructions surely did! 🙂

  2. Happy to help, Romi! I think there might be something to this video stuff! 🙂

  3. RebeccaZ Says:

    Woohoo! What a great tutorial and tip! Thanks, Rebecca and Nick!

  4. […] other people’s Fan pages, and vice-versa. It’s kind of like link-sharing. Click here to see […]

  5. […] Facebook: if you haven’t already, create a fan page for your company. Then work your butt off to get as many fans as possible. Create an event page off of your fan page for your Fringe Show. Now, populate the page with updates every couple of days: how things are going in rehearsals, media coverage, photos, etc. Connect your page to the Fringe’s page. […]


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