According to , key takeaways from their announcement include:
◉ Tab thumbnails are going away! <gasp!>
◉ Your apps will appear under a "More" tab... just like personal profiles. (Yikes, will anyone even visit these now?!)
◉ Business Timelines are changing to single column, just like profiles.
◉ All posts will now show in a wider right column in chronological order (that's good, right? But what about double-wide highlighted posts?! No more).
◉ Details about your business (aka the About section) + photos and videos will appear in a narrower left column.
◉ You may need to make adjustments to your cover image as the name and category appear on the cover photo in white text and your profile picture will sit a bit higher.
Key takeaway for the TL;dr crowd: 100 unique organic visits daily in almost any niche topic can be acquired in about three to four months.
Shoutout to for the example I used in my post :)
And don't tell me this wasn't 'selling.' Someone influenced you to position themselves in premium real estate. You'll get something in return. That's selling. This is via Dr. Pete:
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