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How to Change Your Facebook Timeline Cover Photo

Your Facebook timeline cover photo is the large photo that serves as a background to your Profile. People often choose visually striking photos or images that really speak to who they are and what they love —you’ll see a lot of nature shots. To change your cover photo, follow these steps. [more…]

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How to Choose a Good Twitter Username

On Twitter, your username, or handle, is your identity. If you can, sign up for Twitter by using your name or a variation of it as your username (assuming somebody else isn't already using it). For example, if your name is John Ira, you may want to pick a Twitter username such as @johnira or @john_ira. [more…]

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Writing a Good Blog

Blogs, or Web logs, are online journals that are updated frequently, sometimes even daily. An update, (also called an entry or a post) is usually quite short, perhaps just a few sentences, and readers can often respond to an entry online. People who write blogs are commonly called bloggers. Bloggers, tongue in cheek, call themselves and their blogs the blogosphere. [more…]

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How to Interact with Facebook Pages

Wherever you go on Facebook, and in many places across the entire Internet, you'll see links and buttons prompting you to like something. You can like photos, statuses, comments, articles, websites, videos [more…]

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10 Ways to Make the Most of Your Facebook Content

This list is about some of the ways you can go beyond the basics of Facebook. Some of these things are ways to make your content a little more special, a little less rushed. Others are ways to take stock [more…]

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What Is Facebook, Exactly?

Well, at its most basic, Facebook is a website. You'll find it through a web browser like Safari, Google Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer, the same way you might navigate to a search engine like Google [more…]

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Facebook Email Outreach

After you've confirmed your email address and added a few friends, Facebook considers you a full-fledged member of the site. However, it doesn't want you to just show up once and leave, as a result, after [more…]

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Your New Facebook Home Page

When you're new to Facebook and have completed the Getting Started Wizard, you arrive at your Home page. This is where Facebook starts to look like the Facebook you would see if you'd been using the site [more…]