Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Facebook Tutorial


Social networking websites may be worthwhile even if you only log on once every few weeks to announce a volunteer opportunity, press release, or fundraiser. If you do not have the time to devote to frequent page maintenance, don’t worry. You can still set up an account to serve as a hub and allow your friends to find each other through your profile.

The best way to begin building a base on Facebook is by connecting with the individuals you already know. Facebook prompts you to search for friends with existing accounts by uploading your address book. There are three steps to this process, but, for faster setup or to prevent Facebook from having access to your address book, you can skip the first two steps. You are able to perform these searches later, if you choose.


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