Come Follow Me on Facebook

FacebookStarting tonight, any Facebook Public Profile Page (that’s Page with a capital “P”) with over 100 subscribers has the opportunity to select its own vanity URL.  While it hasn’t had the hype from the blogosphere that we saw from the previous private Profile vanity URLs, it does seem to be having a large effect, as Facebook has slowed down tonight, even more than when the private Profile vanities were released.  Get yours now while you can – you can reserve yours for both your Public Pages and private Profiles via the http://facebook.com/username link.  Please comment below if you want some help reaching the 100 fan limit!

As with any and all of my social network profiles, please don’t hesitate to friend me!  My most active profiles are listed over on the upper-right of this blog, but if you Google “Jesse Stay” you can find just about everywhere I belong.  Tonight I was able to reserve short URLs for my most active Pages – please become a fan or friend me!:

My personal Facebook Profile: http://jessestay.socialtoo.com

My public Facebook Page: http://facebook.com/socialdeveloper

SocialToo’s public Facebook Page: http://facebook.com/socialtoo

I’m on Facebook–Now What??? (my first book)’s public Facebook Page: http://facebook.com/fbbook

FBML Essential (my second book)’s public Facebook Page: http://facebook.com/fbmlessentials

We’re Baptist’s public Facebook Page: http://facebook.com/baptists

We’re Catholic’s public Facebook Page: http://facebook.com/catholicsocial

Don’t forget to join SocialToo (my service) to get your own personalized vanity URL.  yourusername.socialtoo.com will redirect to your Facebook profile, and we’ll track statistics for everyone that clicks on your URL.  It’s the only URL you’ll ever need to hand out to others.  Oh, and see the above URLs? Expect a solution for those soon as well.  Sign up for yours at http://socialtoo.com.

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19 thoughts on “Come Follow Me on Facebook

  1. John, have you seen the We're Protestant app? I developed that one because
    I wasn't seeing much traction from the Baptist app and it seems the
    individual Protestant sects were less active on Facebook than those using my
    We're Catholic app. This way it covers a larger audience.

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  2. I just installed the We're Protestant app. Thanks.

    King James is not my favorite translation (although I do understand that there are those who prefer it), but it does have the advantage of being in the public domain in the United States (although I believe that I read somewhere that there IS a copyright on the translation in the United Kingdom, which makes sense when you think about it).

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  3. John, I've found that even in the Catholic version of the App I do people
    still have their favorites. As soon as I get more time to devote to the
    Holy Rolls (Religious) apps again I'm going to add the option to specify
    your preference for translation. The difficulty becomes figuring out new
    ways to import the data into our database schema. There's still a lot I
    want to do with those apps.

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  4. John, have you seen the We're Protestant app? I developed that one because
    I wasn't seeing much traction from the Baptist app and it seems the
    individual Protestant sects were less active on Facebook than those using my
    We're Catholic app. This way it covers a larger audience.

    Like

  5. I just installed the We're Protestant app. Thanks.

    King James is not my favorite translation (although I do understand that there are those who prefer it), but it does have the advantage of being in the public domain in the United States (although I believe that I read somewhere that there IS a copyright on the translation in the United Kingdom, which makes sense when you think about it).

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  6. John, I've found that even in the Catholic version of the App I do people
    still have their favorites. As soon as I get more time to devote to the
    Holy Rolls (Religious) apps again I'm going to add the option to specify
    your preference for translation. The difficulty becomes figuring out new
    ways to import the data into our database schema. There's still a lot I
    want to do with those apps.

    Like

  7. I would love to see the 100 or so nice new facebook friends. I say good, because it is nice to have good engagers and intelligent people. I hope to see your site grow. Regards, FW:)derese to

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