We're looking at implementing Facebook Connect on our Join page, allowing new users to create an account either through a standard sign-up form or through Facebook Connect. I'm looking for thoughts on the best way to also present an email opt-in option.
On our standard form, we have a checkbox, checked by default, to opt-in to our newsletter. Adding the same checkbox beneath the Facebook Connect button seems like the most sensible way to go, but it also feels a little clunky to me.
We would like to introduce ourselves are Asia’s largest Licensing company .We
have our operations running in countries like Singapore, Hong Kong,
Taiwan, China, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Korea already.
We are the largest Licensing agency in Asia. Head office at Manila.
Todos los que estén en el grupo, háganse fans. Estaremos teniendo una comunicación más fluida a través de facebook con la FanPage, más que con el grupo. Esto es, por supuesto, en lo que respecta a los usuarios de Facebook. Nuestros otros canales de comunicación siguen avanzando.
My company have started looking at Facebook and how it can be used as
a means of communication and advertising. Has anyone done this
effectively? Any advice? My mind is that it is good from a brand
awareness and PR point of view raising your companies profile but
advertising I am not so sure i.e. I blanket out as I am sure most
people do the right hand banner promotions found consistently on the
I have a rather broad question - I am looking for your thoughts on what you
think are some examples of well designed / well executed facebook
applications, especially those that focus around allowing users to message
each other? I'm mostly interested in seeing examples of apps that really
excel in the user interaction and presentation.
Taking the persona discussion in a different direction. I have been
thinking lately, along the lines of how we can take advantage of the
social networking sites to develop a more realistic persona.
While this is not intended to replace the one-on-one interview to
observe and gather goals, it can be an effective
tool when it comes to humanizing the users.
What of the usability of this new look? What of the spacing? Is it
efficient? Are the tabs necessary? Or did you like to, with just one
look, understand a person's personal and professional life completely?
More importantly, with the myriad of complaints of said new design,
will this bring the downfall of Facebook here in the US? Into the
halls of history along with Tribe, Friendster, Orkut?