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Announcing “Facebook 101”

By Christina Murphy on February 23rd, 2011

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Thank you all for your encouraging feedback on our new blog, @C21-Home Matters. As Bev Thorne mentioned last week, we’ve developed the How-To TV: Social Media Series to ensure CENTURY 21 real estate professionals have the tools to connect with a new generation of home buyers and sellers who are starting their searches online and through social media channels.

As such, I’m pleased to announce the second video in this series: “Facebook 101,” which you can watch below and on the CENTURY 21 YouTube channel:

We hope you enjoy the How-To TV: Social Media Series. Please look out for more to come soon!

- Christina Murphy, senior director, Learning & Development, Century 21 Real Estate LLC

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avatar Christina Murphy
Christina joined Century 21 Real Estate LLC in December 2008 and is responsible for the development and delivery of classes offered through the award-winning CENTURY 21 Learning System® (CLS™). For over 17 years, Christina has worked in various roles from training to talent management. As an avid educator and advocate, she is invited often to speak and write about performance management, talent strategy and career development for a variety of organizations. Christina holds an Ed.D. in executive leadership and a MS in Human Resource Education both from Fordham University and a BA in American Studies from Hofstra University.
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7 Responses to "Announcing “Facebook 101”"

  1. avatar Melinda Gray says:

    These video’s are great, love the blog… Keep up the great work. Thank You.

  2. avatar Tara Michael says:

    Great video! Awesome format! Looking forward to the next one!

  3. It should be noted that there is a difference between a facebook profile, and a facebook page. Once you’ve got your profile set up, you need to set up a business page to be able to position yourself as an expert in your market. It’s against Facebook’s terms of service to use your personal profile for business purposes. That doesn’t mean you can’t share a bit about your business here and there, but for your ‘daily dialogue’, as the video appropriately suggests, you need to have a business page set up.

    Once you have a profile, you can go to http://www.facebook.com/pages/create.php to set up your business page.

    • avatar Anna Erhard says:

      Heather, thank you for your thoughts and for pointing out the significance and importance of using Facebook business pages. We’ll be discussing this topic in our next installment in the How-To TV: Social Media Series, so keep an eye out and come back soon!

  4. Quick & to the point ! Thank You ~ I will share with my agents.

  5. avatar Sewana says:

    I’m out of league here. Too much brain power on dsiplay!

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