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Pagemodo update helps SMBs make most of visual social presence

New release of Facebook publishing platform integrates features for designing and sharing cover photos and visual posts across Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
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Written by Heather Clancy, Contributor on
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Most small-business owners aren't photographers or graphic designers in their spare time, and as the social mediasphere gets more visual, that's proving to be a challenge. One of the most widely used Facebook page editing and management tools, Pagemodo (which actually is owned by the Webs subsidiary of the VistaPrint small-business services company), has updated its platform with a particular emphasis on helping small companies more easily manage the images they post on Facebook. 

Here's what's included:

  • Hundreds of customizable themes that can be personalized with choices from the Pagemodo image library or with a small company's logos or images
  • A shape and text editor that can be used for various font or word effects
  • The ability to export the images and graphics created for Facebook for use with email marketing or, even, print collateral
  • The ability to post visual creations to Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn; posts can be timed and synchronized according to various publishing parameters

More than 1 million people currently use the Pagemodo service across 104 countries. There's a free account offering that lets you manage one Facebook page, along with one custom tab. After that, the basic service starts at $6.25 per month (or $75 for an annual plan).

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