FB Welcome Page

Any good tutorials on how to create a FB Welcome Page?

It would be very simple one. I just want to display company graphic.


Why would you take people away from the interactivity of the wall that they expect to show them a logo? Welcome pages make sense when there’s a strong offer, curated content or at the very least, a clear explanation of what you do on facebook / why they should follow you.

If you only want to create a fan page with your logo and not any particular personalization, then you don’t even need a tutorial. Just visit the links at the bottom of your own FB profile page, and click on create page, choose the type and that’s it.

After that, change the page image to upload your logo and … hit the button publish and that’s it! But before you do that ask yourself.l… why do I want a facebook page? what kind of interaction and content will I put there? Because if you simply do it because everybody else is doing it… then you’re doing it all wrong! :slight_smile:

@Ted – can you tell me what curated content is? I looked up the word “curated” the other day and it means “to cure”. Does curated content take sick content and make it well? :stuck_out_tongue:

Content curation is the process of sorting through the vast amounts of content on the web and presenting it in a meaningful and organized way around a specific theme… Content curators provide a customized, vetted selection of the best and most relevant resources on a very specific topic or theme. - Beth, http://www.bethkanter.org/content-curation-101/

The idea of curating social content is to pull together a few sources and highlight items that appeal to users in different ways. As an imperfect example, TempurPedic starts their Facebook page with a video compilation [commercial] followed by a question from their page [links to the full discussion] and a quote from a customer.

They’re bringing together a mix of marketing and discussion to help people understand what their page is about in a glance. I’d kill the TV ad and up the discussion but that’s getting into the weeds.

Most brands don’t do this. Instead they post splash screens, huge billboards with offers or promotions and then wonder why people expect these things instead of engaging with their posts. If you start with a big billboard, chances are you’re going to follow it up with a big broadcast posting strategy… and then you’re back to old world advertising on an amazing engagement platform.

No bandaids needed…