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How To Make Custom Facebook Welcome Page Tabs

Custom Facebook Welcome Page Tabs is an article I wrote on Triond, advertising my services for making custom Facebook welcome page tabs.

I can make you a custom Facebook welcome page with video, photos, payment buttons, opt-in forms, whatever you want! I can even design a mini-site where people can navigate through different pages without ever leaving the page.

Think about how popular a Facebook page might be if it contained a whole site that was as fun as a real site. To get a lot of likes on Facebook, you either have to buy them, or earn them, by making viral content that either gives away free stuff, good information, or entertainment.

It’s important to remember that Facebook is the site where most people spend most of their time online. Google gets more visits, but people only stay for a fifth of the amount of time.

How To Make Custom Facebook Welcome Page Tabs

Why Do You Need A Custom Facebook Welcome Page?

Everyone does everything on Facebook, and some of the pages are showing up highly in search results. For example, my Facebook page Affordable Social Media Marketing Services is on the first page of that Google search, and it’s beating the home page of my site for the same search.

Probably one of the greatest benefits of having a good custom Facebook welcome page is being able to send people there from Facebook Ads.

Then, you can get them to like your page to get something, or they can buy directly from the page. You can construct the page however you want, and have all the same sorts of things that on your website.

I explain more about how to make custom Facebook welcome page tabs in the attached article, but if you want me to do it for you, just go to Facebook Welcome Page on Professional Social Promotion, or send me a message at rowan@professionalsocialpromotion.com


How To Create A Self-Hosted Facebook Welcome Page

How To Create A Facebook Welcome Page that is hosted on your server? Read the article to find out more. It’s a very long, technical process, and the Factoidz article I just gave you the link to covers it all pretty well.

From writing out the code in html, to uploading the html file to your server, to giving the http and https address to Facebook in the Developers section, to using the right add-to-page dialog in order to add the app to your page.

It’s quite technical to get a Facebook welcome page that has video, photos, text, and even PayPal buttons, but it can be done, or you can hire me to do it, starting at only fifty dollars. Read the article to find links to my site, if you want me to build you a self-hosted, custom Facebook welcome page.