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Web Stuff Archives - Rebecca Ballard

Facebook Groups – useful for Choir Leaders?

Facebook Groups are more of a community than a page. They are set up for small group communication and for people to share their common interests and express their opinion. They are ideal for Choir Leaders to share information specifically with your singers, and for...

What are Facebook Pages for?

Facebook pages are designed to be the official profiles for entities, such as celebrities, brands or businesses and so are visible to everyone on the internet. There is no charge to have an FB Page. People can like and follow your page and get updates from your page...

Facebook Newsfeed

Facebook puts things in your News Feed that it thinks you are interested in. This can include status updates, photos, videos, links, app activity and likes from friends, pages and groups that you follow on Facebook. Remember, you can choose to “unfollow” a...

Timeline = what you share

What your share on your timeline is generally called a post. Specifically, you share: Statuses – how you are feeling, or where you are. Posts – text e.g. information about your choir’s next gig; Photos – e.g. your choir’s recent performance, your cat...

Facebook Friends and Followers

Facebook FriendsFacebook was designed to connect people. Those connections are Friends. You can have up to 5,000 Facebook friends and you can segment them so that you can control what each group sees on your Timeline. Segmenting means putting them into collections,...

Facebook Personal Profile

To use Facebook, you create an account with information about you. That information is known as your personal profile. The minimum information that Facebook requires is: • your name, • an email address or mobile phone number, • a secure password, • your date of birth...