Friday, March 9, 2012
You'll want to know that our popular Facebook fan page has a new look.
The Facebook Timeline you have been seeing for a while on personal pages has now been implemented for business and fan pages.
Understand how the changes benefit you below.
VISUALLY APPEALING MAGAZINE LAYOUT
First, the overall appearance of Timeline is dramatically different. You may notice it resembles a magazine layout format rather than a list format and has a nice photo header at the top. The result is a visually appealing, engaging, less crowded page.
FASTER PAGE SCANNING
You will also notice there are two columns instead of one. This means you can scan the page twice as quickly and find the information that interests you most in half the time.
YEARLY AND MONTHLY NAVIGATION
With Timeline, the entire history of a company is accessible from one page. The chronological navigation on the right hand side makes it very easy to click any year then months for that year. No more endless scrolling page by page for "older posts".
SECTION OF POSTS BY FANS
The new Timeline provides an area where posts by fans can more easily be seen by other fans.
Not only can we share daily news and posts with you as we always have, we can post company milestones by a past date, thus inserting information anywhere within the Timeline.
No more need to send messages to Jim or Anessa (still can) as there is now an inbox just for Ump-Attire.com. Look for the "Messages" button to the right and just below the large horizontal image.
FEWER OVERLOOKED POSTS FROM FANS
Newly available to us is an easy-to-use admin panel that alerts us to new posts you have made, even if they are buried deep in past content. These features help us to respond to your suggestions and inquiries faster and result in fewer accidentally overlooked posts.
Visit our Facebook fan page here.
Hope you enjoy and quickly get accustomed to the new features of Timeline. We feel it will enhance your interaction with us and with fellow fans. As always, feel free to offer suggestions on improvement.
Posted by Ump-Attire.com at 5:01 PM