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Video: Facebook for Entrepreneurs - A few DOs and DON’Ts

Have you ever walked into room - let’s say, for a social gathering - and you had no idea what to do?

Where do I lay my jacket.

Do I tip the person at the door?

Where in the heck do I stand?

We’ve all been in situations where we’ve asked ourselves those kind of questions. Heck, I still get confused at some casual dining restaurants over tipping and whether or not it’s appropriate to do so.

Well, that same uneasy and uncertain feeling can sometimes extend to our online social gatherings too.

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The 5 Things Every Business Owner Should Be Doing On The New Facebook

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Creative Commons License photo credit: ➨ Redvers

Well, it finally happened. Facebook has made the new profile layout changes permanent.

For weeks now, I’ve been saying that we (entrepreneurs, business owners, etc.), who use Facebook for personal AND business reasons should have been using the new layout from jump street.

Now, we don’t have the option to use the old profile design. And, as I’m sure you’ve noticed, the changes have been dramatic.

Facebook has made things more streamlined and uniformed. In an effort to clear out the crap and clutter, they’ve also made it harder to differentiate your profile from the millions of others out there. You’ll soon find that most of the applications you were once so fond of using have now been relegated to a lonely tab known as “boxes.”

This is where our apps now go to die. But Facebook has being flooded with a ton of crap apps anyway… so this new application graveyard might not be such a bad idea after all.

So, what do all these changes mean to you — the business owner, the solopreneur, the young executive who has been using the site to connect with leaders and clients? In short, it means that it will be harder for you to attract the attention and eyeballs of those you wish to network and do business with.

That is, if you continue to do things the same way.

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