Facebook Tutorial (adding a tab)

Adding a Tab to your Facebook Fan Page made Simple

Hello today I would like to quickly cover adding tabs on your Facebook fan-page. Now knowing how to do this and how to use them effectively can have a huge impact on your business and your interaction with your fan base. Understanding tabs on your Facebook fan-page will also be a huge bonus to your marketing campaigns you run on Facebook if you understand fan-page tabs on Facebook as you will be able to drive traffic straight to one of these tabs to share super valuable information with your new and existing fans.

Facebook Tabs what Are They.

Well put in simple terms they are the little square boxes you see just under the header image and when you first create your page you will already have a couple that show likes and photos. So lets cut straight to the tutorial which will show how to do this.

image of Facebook fan-page tabs

The Tabs are circled

image of added tab

After the Tab has been added

So how do we go from picture one showing standard tabs to picture two with a new custom tab.

I could bore you to tears with a long written explanation and images but today I am feeling up-beat and happy so instead I have put the tutorial in the format of a video and GUESS WHAT???? it only goes for 5 minutes 🙂 So sit back put your feet up and get ready for some super valuable step by step instructions on how to install anew tab on your Facebook Fan-page…

There you go I have kept it nice and simple and this is current with the Facebook timeline as of September 19th 2013. If you need more assistance or would like some further help please feel free to reach out to me here via the comment box or on Facebook or just use the click here button on the tutorial.

This Facebook Tab tutorial has been brought to you for you by Sandra Lemming.

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  • These tutorials are fantastic for helping the knowledge sink in. Thank you so much Sandra.

    • Thank you Kathleen McKay your feedback is greatly appreciated. I am glad you found this tutorial valuable and I look forward to doing some more. 🙂

  • Nice work Sandra – I just installed a aweber tab on a page I’m creating but now I know how to link to my blog ! – excellent !

    • Thank you Dave Menzies I am really happy you found some value in my tutorial. Really appreciate you taking time to comment. 🙂

  • That is so cool Sandra. I didn’t realize that it was possible to have a tab linked to a blog site but still view it in face book