Many businesses fear the changes the Facebook Business Page Timeline has brought about. So the sooner you get familiar with the new page design, the bigger competitive advantage you can gain.
Make sense of the Facebook Business Page Timeline using our new guide. Find out how to use Facebook’s new features to support your marketing and strengthen your lead generation efforts.
In this 31-page guide you will learn:
6 Facebook Timeline features you should know
Best practices for using Facebook Timeline
Examples of great Business Page Timelines
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