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22 Inspiring Examples of Facebook Page Designs

cover Victorias Secret facebook 22 Inspiring Examples of Facebook Page DesignsThe standard landing tab for your Facebook page is the wall. It’s often covered with random discussions and there’s no clear call to action. To get your audience engaged give them a little more than just a generic wall. How to get people to like you? I have selected the pages where new visitors are directed to somewhere else than wall. Here are 22 examples of what you can do with your Facebook page’s landing tab.

Kit Kat

02 Kit Kat 22 Inspiring Examples of Facebook Page Designs

Victoria’s Secret

01 Victorias Secret1 22 Inspiring Examples of Facebook Page Designs

Gary Vaynerchuk

03 Gary Vaynerchuk 22 Inspiring Examples of Facebook Page Designs

Toyota USA

04 Toyota USA 22 Inspiring Examples of Facebook Page Designs

Sony Football

05 Sony Football 22 Inspiring Examples of Facebook Page Designs

If you know of any really cool Facebook welcome page examples please add them to the comments. Continues on the next page…

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Posted on: November 29, 2010

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  1. KC seo December 1, 2010 2:02am

    Good list of Facebook pages. I’m starting to do some of the same FMBL things they are doing. Thanks for sharing on sphinn.

    Reply

  2. Joes Greven December 1, 2010 3:03am

    I recently saw this page here in Ontario – Thought it was good:
    http://www.facebook.com/stoneroadmall?v=app_6009294086&ref=ts

    Reply

  3. DTS Facebook December 1, 2010 7:07am

    Thanks for this awesome post. now i shall surely implement it on my website to attractive visitors..

    Reply

  4. Priit Kallas December 1, 2010 9:09am

    Thanks Kevin! You can do pretty neat things with the FBML. For the more interactive experience you have to go with the apps.

    Reply

  5. Lisa Molina December 1, 2010 1:01pm

    Love these examples.
    Of course if we could all use “Victoria’s Secret” ads, we would get plenty of likes :) LOL

    Just starting to learn about FBML and apps to liven up the page.

    Thanks for the creative ideas.
    Best, Lisa

    Reply

  6. Danila Dourado December 1, 2010 5:05pm

    Fantastic! Thanks a lot :)

    Reply

  7. Joellyn Sargent December 1, 2010 5:05pm

    Great examples of amped up FB pages. For companies that use Facebook for marketing, there are some wonderful ideas here for making pages more engaging.

    Get your web designer to do a little FBML work and your page can have a big impact, too. (I’m adding that to my own to-do list for http://www.facebook.com/BrandSprout)

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  8. SEO Australia – Raj December 1, 2010 5:05pm

    Awesome collection! All are very unique, fresh, attractive and inspiring.
    Victoria’s Secret, Coca Cola, Harley Davidson and Twilight are some of other awesome designs you can add to your list. What say?

    Reply

  9. Priit Kallas December 1, 2010 6:06pm

    Hi Raj! Thanks for your comment. I specifically excluded Coca Cola, Harley Davidson, RedBull and some others. These are already shown in so many places that I thought repeating would be a bit too much.

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  10. Brad Brenner December 1, 2010 6:06pm

    Hate to put a damper on all the kudos, but I have concern that many of these FB pages look like nothing more than posted print ads. As such, they ignore the rules of social networking and lose the marketing value that these types of sites really provide – authentic people interacting and sharing real experiences. While many of these pages may look good, I think the owners will find they provide little long term value as the number of repeat visitors declines. The new marketing paradigm is much more than simply porting old methods to new medium.

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  11. Priit Kallas December 1, 2010 7:07pm

    Hi! Thanks for the comment Brad. Yes, you are right about some pages. I went over all of these and and most of them have some social/sharing/engaging aspect. The least social pages from this selection seem to be: Victoria’s Secret, Gary Vaynerchuk, On Your Own Adventures, Dunkin’ Donuts, Lacoste, and Windows.

    Still I think they are OK for getting ideas flowing.

    Reply

  12. Merry Charles December 3, 2010 9:09am

    Interesting…..

    Reply

  13. Mike December 3, 2010 2:02pm

    wow great designs and great inspiration. This reminds me I should do a new design for my facebook page

    Reply

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  15. Jason Lewis December 14, 2010 4:04am

    In response to “Brad Brenner said at 6:53 pm on December 1st, 2010:

    Hate to put a damper on all the kudos, but I have concern that many of these FB pages look like nothing more than posted print ads. As such, they ignore the rules of social networking and lose the marketing value that these types of sites really provide – authentic people interacting and sharing real experiences. While many of these pages may look good, I think the owners will find they provide little long term value as the number of repeat visitors declines. The new marketing paradigm is much more than simply porting old methods to new medium”.

    They are landing pages which means they have been designed to extend the brand and influence people to like the page upon initial contact. People who have ‘liked’ the page more often than not, will never see the landing page again. No long-term value?! If you want to increase your traffic conversion by 30-50%…. use landing pages. By converting traffic, your repeat visitors do not decrease, they increase because you have more people ‘liking’ the page and therefore more fans on the page. Without landing pages your system operates like a leaky bucket that fails to capture a large percentage of traffic.

    Agreed, the new marketing paradigm is much more than simply porting old methods to new medium. It needs an advanced understanding of ‘both’ the old and new media.

    Reply

  16. chetan December 15, 2010 7:07am

    aesome collection..thanks….

    Reply

  17. Jay December 22, 2010 2:02am
  18. Priit Kallas December 22, 2010 3:03pm

    Thanks, Jay!

    Reply

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  20. Pasquale Quata January 1, 2011 5:05pm

    Very insightful examples….Thanks for sharing.

    Reply

  21. Justin Roberts January 12, 2011 6:06am

    Nice pages there! Victoria’s Secret is a classic… The trouble is, most of the big brands have large budgets to burn on Facebook marketing and the small businesses can’t keep up with them. We developed a Facebook page for our business (Big Click) which you can check out here – http://on.fb.me/ie43Qo … It’s only been up for a short time but our ‘likes’ seem to be increasing steadily since revamping it. Having a good page design definitely assists people into ‘liking’ the page.

    Justin – Big Click Studios
    @JustinRob

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  22. Priit Kallas January 12, 2011 11:11am

    Thanks for your comment Justin! I think that building Facebook special tab is relatively simple and while big brands can put relatively better quality promo material on them (studio photos, video clips, etc) then smaller companies can work with design and copy. So, I would say it’s a tie

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  25. Stephan M April 15, 2011 1:01pm

    Very creative!

    We composed a double layered fan page. On the first there is a little game that you have to solve until you reach the real fan page.

    If you like our creativity, please push that “LIKE” button!

    Many thanks in advance!

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Alphen-Aan-Den-Rijn-Netherlands/Stephan-M/190065407700744

    Reply

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  28. Jasmir Ettummal April 29, 2011 10:10pm

    Nice and cool… Have a look at some of my landing page design works at http://www.facebook.com/socialzinc?sk=app_10442206389

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  29. Priit Kallas April 30, 2011 12:12am

    Nice work Jasmir!

    Reply

  30. The Guy May 10, 2011 7:07pm

    Thank you for the list…
    always good to have lists like these for inspiration

    If I may, here are some good ones too

    http://www.facebook.com/nuthingshockingdesignstudio

    Reply

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  32. craig May 27, 2011 5:05am

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/craiglongmuircom-web-designer-sydney/151712291564004

    my page incorporating a smaller version of my main web design site

    Reply

  33. Bernard August 24, 2011 10:10am

    Guys, I recommend you visit June Spring Multimedia’s Facebook Page. It deserves to be in this list! http://www.facebook.com/junespringmultimedia

    Reply

  34. Priit Kallas October 14, 2011 1:01pm

    Check out our new selection of great Facebook pages http://www.dreamgrow.com/26-great-facebook-landing-page-examples/

    Reply

  35. ad agencies November 3, 2011 10:10pm

    Those ones are so great and creative!
    A perfect way to look original and make the buzz all around you!

    Reply

  36. Green Pencil Media January 24, 2012 10:10pm

    Thanks! I loved the inspiration.
    We just designed ours. Hope you like it

    http://www.facebook.com/greenpencilmedia

    Reply

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