We recently had an itching to re-create that cool profile pic hack that was all the rage over the past year for a client's fan page. [caption id="attachment_150" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Facebook Profile Hack"][/caption] Fun and eye-popping design definitely helps to increase page engagement, but finding new and different ways to accomplish this for every client's page on a regular basis can be challenging. The bad news: the hack doesn't function the same on a fan page as it does on a personal page. The explanation: photos that are showcased at the top of a fan page constantly rotate, whereas they remain in the order in which you were tagged for a personal page. The good news: we didn't give up...or at least not completely. We decided to utilize a sequence of images that didn't need to be locked in a certain order. The result? You tell us: [caption id="attachment_151" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Allan SAYBON Fan Page"][/caption]
The Facebook profile pic hack for fan pages.
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