UPDATE: Now that there’s timeline, you can still use my template/info below to make the most out of the photos you upload to promote your biz… but here’s a Facebook Fan Page Timeline Cover Template if that’s what you’re looking for.
Blow up those pics across the top of your Facebook Page!
Got a Facebook Fan Page? I practically live on mine. It’s my favorite hang-out place to share all kinds of things with my fans. (And we’re def talking about a lot more than lunch boxes!)
Wanna make more impact with the little photos on the photo strip across the top of your fan page? Create pics that show up as thumbnails, but blow up BIG to offer more info and a closer view of your product or service.
Now you can make pics that blow up like this:
I’m giving you a FREE template so you can make your own:
It’s a .psd file (Photoshop) I created. I’ve also included a .jpg.
(If you want to share it, please direct your friends back to this post so they can download it directly from me. Thanks!)CLICK HERE Get your FREE template
(Please note: you may need to wait a few seconds for the download to start)
Helpful Hints about that strip:
Make a brand new album, JUST for your wall strip pics. I have an album just for those photo strip pics. Any other pics, I upload to a different album. Pics uploaded to your new album will automatically show up in the strip Don’t forget to fill in the photo’s description field (on Facebook) with more info and links where you’d like the viewer to go.
If you upload other pics later (to any album) the new pic(s) will show up in the photo strip. To get rid of it, hover over the pic and click the x to make it go away, and the ones in your photo strip album will remain/be all you see You can see my album named “wall strip” HERE (It still has some older, smaller pics left in it that I don’t use anymore.)
The 5 photos in the strip will always rotate, so they will never be in a static order. If you go to my FB page and hit the refresh button, the photos will change around. Anytime you upload a new photo to your wall or an album, it will automatically go to your photo strip area… it definitely is annoying if you don’t want them there. But you can just delete them. Beware though: delete only one photo at a time and wait for the pic to delete and the order to rotate.
Share a link to your new Facebook Photostrip in a comment below. I’d love to see what you create!