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float: left; Search for: HOME About Jul7 Explaining a Facebook Reveal Page Tags: facebook reveal by DesignPax Perhaps you’ve heard the term reveal page in conjunction with conversion rates and gaining likes for your fan pages for Facebook, but aren’t sure what it means. Well, you’ve come to the right place. In order to gain more fans to your fan pages for Facebook, you should have a solid understanding of what a reveal page is and how to use it. What is a Reveal Page Put simply a reveal page is a landing page design for Facebook. Other terms for it include a fan gate or a welcome tab. Since it is the first page that viewers see when they click on your fan pages for Facebook, obviously this page should make them want to like your page. Keep in mind as you make a Facebook page, once users like your page, they will no longer see the reveal page. This page is only available to non-fans to get them to like your fan pages for Facebook. Gaining Likes With a Reveal Page Creating a Reveal Page There are many apps available to help you add a reveal page to your fan pages for Facebook one of which is called the iFrame app. Simply install the app of your choice onto your fan pages for Facebook and edit the welcome tab. Typically with apps such as the iFrame app, you will be given two boxes. Code placed in the first box will be for your pre-fans – or your reveal page, and code placed in the second box will be seen by fans only. Once you make a Facebook page and have the reveal page all set up don’t forget to give the page a unique name and make it your default page so it’s the first thing new viewers see. Categories Ad Networks Animated Banners Email Campaign Design Facebook Fan Page Design Flash banners General Banners General Design Tips HTML Icon Design Landing Page Design Logo Design Open source CMS Twitter Background Design Uncategorized Website Design Wordpress Theme Design Tagsanimated banners banner design tips blog design Blogging custom design email content email design email design tips facebook business page facebook cover design Facebook design Facebook Design Analysis facebook fan page design Facebook fans facebook landing pages Facebook Marketing Facebook page analysis facebook reveal Fan Gate flash icon design icon designer landing page landing page analysis landing page content landing page design landing page design tips logo design logo design importance logo design process Optimization original logo professional design templates twitter background size twitter design tips twitter promotion tips Web design web designer Website Design website design tips wordpress design wordpress plugins Wordpress tips wordpress widgets Recent Posts What you Should Know When Choosing a WordPress Theme Restaurant Facebook Covers – The Essentials Redesigning your Website for a Special Occasion Icons for Children – What Works? Can Funny Landing Pages be Taken Seriously? Archives Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence. Contribute to the Article DesignPax.com Blog

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