said 1 year, 1 month ago:
I actually used the tools from http://www.lujure.com. Their website interfaces with Facebook so that you can build the page, adjust it to timeline width, and set it up so the fangate in each page will effectively capture a like.
They have 3 plans, which you can see on https://lujure.com/plans/
The basic plan is free but its limited to one tab and one page; however, the lujure platform is so versatile, it provides a lot of things you can do on one tab. The consultant plan is $30/month, which is what I have; and then they have the business plan ($300/mo for those actually building Facebook pages and websites for clients– which I would do but I just don’t have the time).
I have several Facebook Fan pages as well as several blogs and websites so it was worth my getting the consultant plan.
But if you only have the one Fan page, perhaps using shortstack will be good, as @mgoes suggested. If you haven’t seen Michael’s Fanpage, shortstack has provided him a very useful tool to allow him to do several things that lujure does… and it’s free. I haven’t used it, but I’m familiar with it and you can find it here, http://www.shortstack.com
In fact, I might make this recommendation. Get shortstack, as it is free, and work with your fan page (which I’ve already ‘Liked’ btw), and while you’re working w/shortstack, subscribe to the lujure emails, you’ll get one in about a week or two that will announce a webinar that their CEO, Nathan Latka, will host, showing the things that Lujure can do and how easy it is (I do my own graphics and know html code, etc… but with Lujure, you don’t have to know anything about that and still make very creative tabs through their app). After an hour webinar you can decide whether it is for you or not.
And since the basic plan is free for only one tab, go ahead and get that as well while you’re waiting and fool around with it until the webinar.
If you have any other questions about it, please feel free to send a message. Here are some of the Fan Pages I have worked on somewhat… and have a few more that I have to get to. One of the other things about Lujure is that I didn’t build everyone of these from scratch. Once I put some of the items together, YouTube, blog, website portion, Amazon.com, etc., that has become a permanent template, so I just used the template on some of my other pages; you’ll notice that there are some similarities.
The last two listed still need a tweak or two…. and I have a few other pages that I haven’t even gotten to yet (as I mentioned before).
@jacquigage-brown and @emmagillings I realize that you asked @alexandrabriggs for samples of her clients work, and that mine aren’t exactly clients (well, in one sense the 2nd one & last one are non-paying clients, sort of), but at least this gives you an idea of what is out there and how I’ve taken advantage of the new timeline changes.
hope this has helped