Tom Anderson must have been feeling left out after the release of The Social Network and all its success in theaters. After all, it’s not his fault that the history of MySpace is apparently not tawdry or exciting enough to warrant a big screen treatment.
Whether it’s a restaurant or an individual running for office, we all know that just about anything in the public eye is linked to a Facebook page. And just like you’re accustomed to changing profile pictures and editing personal information, these entities must make an effort to keep their pages up to date and user friendly.
For businesses, these management methods look a little different than they do on the personal pages we’re accustomed to using. But as of yesterday, Facebook is aiming to simplify page management for brands, business, and public figures. The redesigned page manager is typified by a navigation bar on the left-hand side. It’s from here that users will adjust things like applications, pictures, marketing, and basic information. The page manager also offers mobile options as of this update, meaning users can better tailor their pages for connecting to mobile devices like iPhones.