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SOURCE: Shweiki Media
In the wake of Facebook soft-launching certain changes in New Zealand and parts of Europe, Study Breaks--a leading college media entertainment company--explains the extent of the changes and what exactly they say about Facebook and its trends. Study Breaks also takes a look at the trends and breaks down how they will affect business owners.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 01, 2013
As Facebook continues to shape modern marketing, any redesign the company pursues in its interface directly affects the look of most local businesses’ favorite branding device. As a business owner, all updates Facebook launches (however miniscule) need to be taken into account if efficient use is to remain at a high level. According to the Chicago Tribune, Facebook has already launched timeline changes in New Zealand and parts of Europe. Some of the changes include
Facebook seems to be openly embracing Twitter’s influence on the market, and possibly supporting a kind of vertical integration of the term itself through multiple media forums (similar to how it developed its own “like” button). Although Facebook hasn’t openly acknowledged plans for a redesigned look, a New Zealand soft launch seems to be the norm for things of this nature, and the rest of us are sure to follow suit.
For business owners, this doesn't much short-term, as an update hasn’t yet advanced to the states. Although, technology has a way of building on itself and any change is bound to compound into more. Ultimately Facebook seems to be aiming their focus towards a more custom page design (something we haven’t seen much of). A custom strategy makes sense, as ideally users would feel more invested in their personal pages, thus spending more time online Facebooking. This could mean big business for graphic designers when business pages shift towards customization and brand differentiation launches to the forefront.
Study Breaks College Media provides a one-stop solution for small businesses, providing them with big marketing strategies and delivering college students.
Study Breaks magazine is an award-winning line of monthly entertainment magazines for college students with a mission can best be explained through its slogan: We are college life. Published by Shweiki Media Printing Company, it is distributed in five Texas cities (Austin, Houston, San Antonio, San Marcos and Lubbock) and three southeast cities (Athens, GA; Auburn, AL; Columbia, SC). (Studybreaks.com)
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