Sweet! Pat Flynn demystifies the timeline for Facebook pages. Landing pages are no more for Facebook pages, but true to his tradition of teaching through awesome tutorial videos, Pat walks us through the new features on timeline to help our businesses succeed.
851 pixels wide x 315 pixels tall
Cover image rules:
- No price or purchase info to be included in your cover art
- No contact info. - No web address - No email address - No phone numbers – etc.
- No references to other Facebook features such as Like or Share.
- No calls to action
Thumbnail / Profile Image
125 pixels x 125 pixels square
The Photos app image always displayed first.
The last photo uploaded will display.
Likes, Twitter, YouTube, and other app thumbnails can be moved to your preferred order
You can edit the App Name (Custom Tab Name) and the App Thumbnail (Custom Tab Image).
The app image is 111 pixels wide by 74 pixels tall.
Continuous Flow Images
Visit http://www.SmartPassiveIncome.com/timeline for Pat’s free template for slicing an image for a continuous flow across the cover art, profile image, and app images.
Pinning a Post
Pat shows us how to “pin” a post so it remains static…remains at the top of the timeline even if you add status updates.
Highlighting a Post
Highlighting a post will make it span across the timeline – double wide.
NOTE: At this time, you cannot highlight and pin the same post.
Specifically useful for the timeline, you can add milestones. Milestones are similar to other posts, but you can “back date” them to the correct spot on the timeline. You also add a description to a milestone.
You can share the milestone in your Facebook feed or hide the addition so your fans aren’t updated on all the milestones you’re adding as you fill out your timeline.