Ever feel like your tabs (which are now located at the left-hand side of your page) look drab and dreary, not enabling you to show the uniqueness of each tab? Do you ever feel like you wish you could change the names of some applications? Now you can.
Facebook is now allowing Facebook Pages iFrame applications the ability to have a custom name. This means you can have the opportunity to label your tabs more effectively, to what the content is inside the tab. This also gives page owners of different languages the ability to have tabs in their native tongue and not be restricted to just English.
This sounds like a small change, and it is, however the impact is much greater than the feature change. This allows businesses to stay true to themselves and create a more meaningful relationship with people. Having the appropriate name attached to a tab will give a sense of inclusion and a better portrayal of what the consumer or person who has “liked” your page can foresee prior to clicking on that tab.
Subtle changes like this can make a huge difference in connections. As we are aware that communication is the key to stronger relationships and with the importance of a Social Media presence that is upfront and genuine, having the resource to have a clearer or continuous look to your page is a small step for a better connection. Facebook now allowing custom names to tabs will only aid with the building of relationships, which is your ultimate Social Media outcome.
Erin Ryan is a writer for various blogs and a Social Media Specialist who has a keen understanding of the power of Social Media for business and fervently stays up-to-date with the Social Media Industry. Erin enjoys teaching and helping people and businesses on how to use and connect through Social Media. You can connect with Erin on Twitter.