A Vanity URL? WTH?

When it comes to Facebook, you can go with the URL for your business Page (or Group) that Facebook assigns you, or you can go First Class and get a custom one also know as Vanity URL’s or “friendly URLS”

Your own vanity URL is a Facebook feature and allows you to choose a user­name that will give you a unique Website address for your Facebook profile.

This can be found at (http://www.facebook.com/username/) or under Edit Your Page then Resources. Your username must be at least five characters in length and only include alphanumeric characters (A-Z, 0-9), or a period or full stop (“.”). Add this URL to your email footer, Website, and busi­ness cards to let your clients know how to find and “friend” you on Facebook. Not only will your Facebook Business Page URL possible be shorter, your new-and-improved url will look a whole lot “purdier” that the former string of ugly numbers.

Choose your name carefully since it is very hard to change or correct once you’ve finalized it.

 

Rebecca Flansburg is author and creator of Mom Squad Marketing and owner of LAMS Communications-Virtual Assistant Services. Rebecca is a blogger, writer, virtual assistant, and social media junkie. The main goal of LAMS Communication is to guide, train, and assist businesses of all sizes by providing support in the field of writing, blogging social media, project management, and customer care. LAMS Communications also strives to provide info, tips, tools, apps, and ideas to make  entrepreneur’s lives EASIER. You can reach Rebecca at rebeccaflansburg@gmail.com



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