Facebook quietly removed most of its cover image restrictions, giving brands and businesses a chance to include previously banned info.
Kimberly Flaherty's insight:
Facebook cover photos can now include contact information, a call to action, and other information that was previously prohibited by the old terms of service. Read this and update yours for the best impact.
Molly Feltner of Gorilla Doctors couldn’t have asked for a better end to 2011.
After 25 years of providing emergency medical care to endangered gorillas in regions of Rwanda, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, the organization held a month long fundraiser in December and raised $100,000.
"[I]t's hard to understate the benefits of Timeline to non-profits and NGOs. The emphasis on narrative, history, and photography makes it easy for these programs to highlight their achievements while directly engaging with fans and patrons in ways pamphlets and mailers never could."
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