• http://www.theantisocialmedia.com/ Jay Dolan

    I’ve been through hell and back with Facebook places and pages. Facebook has simplified the matter somewhat. Say I’m a business with one place, like North Raleigh Arts & Creative Theatre ( http://facebook.com/NRACT ). We had a traditional page with our address listed, and a separate places page when they introduced that function.

    Recently, I noticed people were checking into our regular page, and not the places page. Since the function was replicated with no need for two pages, I’ve eliminated the places page and now we only have the one page we’ve been using for a while now.

    This is great for small business owners because they only need to manage one page. For owners of franchises and corporations, it does make things a bit more difficult. Still, it is a MUCH improved implementation than they did originally.

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