Adam Conner discusses Facebook’s new “Timeline” feature and how government agencies can smoothly make the transition from the current profile page.
What You'll Learn
- How to set up your agency's "Timeline"
- Add milestones
- "Pin" pictures from Pinterest
- Use all the features of the new "Timeline"
About the Presenter
It’s been said and soon it will be done, all Facebook pages will be changed over to the new Timeline layout on March 30. With this change comes excitement, fear and opportunity. In times likes these, agencies can step into the spotlight and really shine for their clients by keeping them calm, collected and educated on what Timeline for pages can mean for their business.
Here are some steps to follow when preparing your clients for Timeline:
1. Warn your clients that change is coming
Facebook’s Timeline application has drawn mixed reactions from its users since its launch. Some treat it like a high-school scrapbook, while others consider it a gross invasion of privacy. But cyber security experts ESET Middle East said the Timeline application is prone to an alarming number of cyber threats.
Paul Sparrows has published a massive cyber attacks timeline. He has taken the time to put them in a nice table. The master index collects all the Cyber Attacks Timeline blog posts for 2011 on a single table, which contains a brief description, an infographic of the timeline and the link to the original article containing references and Hyperlinks.