Facebook Fan Page Review-Gurus for Hire

This entry is part 5 of 11 in the series Facebook Fan Page Reviews

Do you need a Guru? This informative and innovative fan page named Gurus For Hire might be the answer to your Guru needs. As soon as you enter the page you are able to see the expertise of the techi behind the page, Kevin Davis.

He is the second person in the Blog Challenge who is using the powerful “Welcome Tab”. This tab allows you to put in html code plus more. Kevin’s page tempts you with a engaging opt in opportunity. Of course I did not want to be left out. I want those tips that are offered exclusivly for those who “like” this powerful page.

His wall is the best I have ever seen. He has included an image with his contact information plus an offer for a free consultation. Now, just studying the things that he has done on this page is a course in itself.

So, enough said. My fellow babyboomers go and soak up the information on this Fan Page. You will not regret it!

PS Kevin I am waiting for you to add more videos to your excellent video tab on Facebook Fan pages. (A se;fish request)

Facebook Fan Page Review-Suzie Cheel

This entry is part 4 of 11 in the series Facebook Fan Page Reviews

As soon as you get to the Facebook Page of Suzie Cheel she engages you with a video. I love her energy, sincerity and warmth. You get to know her right away while she shares what her page is all about. She is using a Welcome page  which I have not seen too often on pages. As a matter of f act I hope she shares how she did it and the apps she used for her html opt in. How very cool.

Her scenic background invites you to go sip on some green tea and rest while you chat with Suzie.

So far she has 91 likes and I strongly suspect it will just go up. I am hoping that she does share some of her cooking tips. Keep up the great work Suzie!

Facebook Fan Page Review-Greening Granny’s Kitchen

This entry is part 4 of 11 in the series Facebook Fan Page Reviews

Greening Granny’s Kitchen has 125 Fans

Purpose of the Site

Greening Granny’s Kitchen is an unique mix of storytelling and food. Based on a homesteader’s recipes, it features traditional and new gluten-free and lactose-free recipes. This book invites you to:

* embrace healthy eating

* compare traditional and new recipes

* learn about alternative baking ingredients such as maca, amaranth flour, teff flour, date sugar and quinoa

* be inventive in the kitchen

About the Administrators

Garrett and Garth Roberts

This site is a great promotion for the book. It also has timely tips on healthy eating. There is an opportunity on a tab called FREE STUFF to sign up for the newsletter.

I am looking forward to future videos showcasing some of the recipes.

Keep up the great work, I am glad to be a fan!