Wahooo! All caught up! I love long weekends!
Great tip from another Joe on how to like lots of people quickly:Joseph Rhea said:First, a clarification: A Facebook "profile" is a private two-way street, where you have "friends" and they see your daily posts and you see theirs. If you are currently on Facebook, this is what you have. A Facebook "page" is something you have to create, and is a public one-way street, where people can see your posts, but you can't see theirs. They were originally designed as "fan pages" where an author or a band might create one and have thousands of fans--they wouldn't want to see all those fans' profile postings anyway, so it worked.
What I am trying for is a two-way connection with fellow authors, but kept separate from my friends and family posts. Since it is against Facebook rules to have more than one "profile," what I propose is this: if every author who is interested in separating their business and friends posts, creates a separate author page (or book page) and lists them here, then we could all "like" each other and see each others' posts. In reality, it would be two separate one-way connections, but it would function almost like a two-way profile page. Plus, you could still have true "fans" (people who like your page but don't send you their page link)...
Here is the official instructions on how to create a Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/FacebookPages
Also once you gain at least 25 "fans" you can acquire a short Facebook username by going here: http://www.facebook.com/username
NEWCOMERSJoeMitchell said:Here's a tip for people just entering. If you can middle click to open a link in a new tab, you can simply run through the list and middle click everyone's link, then scroll through all the pages and like them each, until you've done them all. It would only take few minutes and you'll be caught up.
https://www.facebook.com/Cidney-Swanson#!/pages/Cidney-Swanson/174516512597580 Your link wasn't working for some reason.cidneyswanson said:Another uber liker! Anyone have the link for the url shortening once you hit 25 likes?
Your link wasn't working either. Here is the one I used. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Michael-Kingswood/213618981987799?sk=wallMichael Kingswood said: