6 Comments on “How To Use an iFrames Welcome Tab on Facebook”

  1. Regina Kempster

    Dear SMM, Thank you for sharing this. I have been a little intimidated to tackle a Welcome page, I am glad is is simpler than I thought.

    However, I have a question – where is the best place to store the graphic or picture that I may choose to use?

    Also, I recently read something about iframe pages needed to refer to sites with SSL certificates. Could you please clarify this? Thank you!

    Cheers, Regina

    1. John Souza

      @Regina – Yes you do have to host the images you use on a site – but that’s also easy – the awesome team that created static HTML tabs has also created a free hosting site, that offers it’s users a free SSL certificate. Host your images here, and you won’t have a problem!

  2. Carol Frederick

    I’m not tech-geeky enough to do this on my own. You mention that a “design and development team” can do this for me (and probably any teenager!). We are a VERY small company and don’t have an IT dept. What type of company should I look for to make a welcome page for me?

    1. John Souza

      @Carol – the best advice in this situation is to outsource. The reason why small businesses are able to grow so quickly, is that they use outsourcing platforms like Elance or Odesk to get design and development done according to THEIR budget. If you can only afford $200.00, just post it in the job. Then you’ll be able to choose from a list of companies or freelancers willing to do the work for you. Choose wisely!

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