Category: Facebook

06
Feb
2012

Create Your Social Timeline with Timekiwi

Timekiwi is a service that pools your online activity to one central location, presenting it in the same manner as Facebook‘s recently launched, Timeline. Though the Timekiwi Timeline is a log of your complete public social activity, rather than just your Facebook activity.

You connect up and authorize your social accounts then Timekiwi pulls in the content presenting it in date order. Currently you can connect Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, Flickr, Foursquare and an Overblog feed if you have one. With more services to follow soon.

The service was created in 2010 by entrepreneurs based in Palo Alto, California, USA and recently acquired by leading European blogging platform OverBlog. Timekiwi is evolving and as well as being able to integrate other social platforms, you’ll have the ability to customize your timeline. Allowing you to centralize your social activity into one beautiful timeline.

Create Your Timekiwi Timeline

No need to wait, you can create your Timekiwi Timeline for free now. Click the link below and sign in using your Twitter or Facebook account to create your very own public social Timeline.

http://timekiwi.com

03
Oct
2011

Facebook Page or Subscribe To Your Profile?

Should I create a Facebook Page or should I just allow Subscribers to my personal Facebook profile?

Here are the differences as Facebook describe them:

A personal profile with Subscribers is ideal if you want to personally connect with people who are interested in you.

It’s fun to receive updates from friends and others that you want to subscribe to, and it’s easy to publish to your subscribers on the go. Anyone who subscribes to your personal profile can receive your public posts in their News Feed.

Facebook Pages have advanced marketing features for managing your brand or business on Facebook.

Pages can be maintained by multiple people on your team, offer insights to understand who your fans are, and let you target posts by language and location (ex: Tell only fans in New York about your show there next week). You can also promote Pages with Facebook Ads and Sponsored Stories.

Also remember, Facebook personal profiles are limited to 5,000 “friends“, whereas a Facebook Page has potentially unlimited “Likes“, that it can be awarded with. So choose wisely!

So… what is most appropriate for you? Do let us know your choice by leaving a comment below.