Facebook made a major update to its pages feature.  In the past Facebook hosted all the code (FBML Code) for members to display their personal and business pages or fan pages as they are sometimes called.  As of March 11, 2011, Facebook now requires all new pages to use iFrames to set up your personal and business pages.  This leads to a tremendous opportunity for business as this allows for much more flexibility and functionality than ever before.

Here is an example of a new Facebook page we made using the new iFrame coding.  Click Here To Take A Look. It uses a force like code to get the user to like the page to see the content.  This is a great strategy for business with use of coupons, specials, or any type of offer that you want to give to people you have “liked” your page.

You can actually set up “mini websites” now right inside of Facebook.

To get your custom website set up with the new Facebook iFrame coding, give us a call anytime for a free consultation.