What is the difference between a Facebook Account and a Facebook Page?
When you sign up at www.facebook.com/signup
you have a Facebook account. Your login will be your email address and you create
a password during the sign-up process. Most people use this “account” as a personal
or professional place to manage a public profile. There can only be one account
for each email address.
Alternatively, a Facebook page is designed specifically to provide information about
an author, business, celebrity, product, or cause. You need to have a Facebook account
in order to create a Facebook page. Through your Facebook account you are able to
create and manage multiple Facebook pages. Your Facebook account serves as an admin
system where you can see all of your pages and make changes to them. We require
you to have a Facebook account so that we can give you the ability to edit and manage
your page, however this account does not have to be public-facing (meaning that it does not have to be visible to the public).
What are revisions?
After we create the initial design for your Facebook Author page you have the ability
to request changes to the design. This may include color changes, image placement,
text revisions, and/or other creative elements on the page. Since you only get two rounds
of revisions, it is important to completely evaluate the page before you submit
your first round of revisions. The second round of revisions is generally used to
confirm the changes made and perhaps make very minor changes that were missed in
the first round. If you wish to do more than two rounds of revisions to your page,
there will be additional fees for the extra time involved. We try to help keep the
rounds of revisions, and effectively, the cost of this service, down for you.
How do I submit revisions?
All revision requests are to be submitted through the Mill City Press Author Center.
As with all of the services on Mill City Press you will have the ability to review
your page, ask questions, and submit your feedback directly through the Author Center. You
will also be able to sign off on and provide us additional information for your
page right in the admin.
Can Mill City Press manage my author Facebook Page for me?
Since the key to being effective in social media is creating an authentic voice
for your brand, we feel it is best if the author does the actual interaction on
the page. The marketing eBook and social media planning template are provided to
help give you a professional edge while remaining authentic.