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Facebook Timeline Covers: In the Know

Facebook Timeline Covers: Serendipity

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The land of social media is forever changing and the Design Aglow team loves to help you keep up! To reflect Facebook's new Pages Timeline and Cover release, we are re-launching our four sets of Facebook Timeline Covers, which are now in compliance with Facebook's new guidelines for Pages.

From Facebook - Cover photos may not contain: • Price or purchase information, such as "40% off" of "Download it at our website" • Contact information, such as web address, email, mailing address, or other information intended for your Page's About section • References to user interface elements, such as Like or Share, or any other Facebook site features • Calls to action, such as "Get it now" or "Tell your friends" From the shop: The inception of Facebook's new timeline covers makes working the business angle from your page a whole lot easier--and prettier. No more wasted hours worrying about layout and design; spend your precious time updating your clients about your latest happenings in the studio instead! Six gorgeous masterpieces await your art and personal touch. Simply customize to suit your brand, upload images, and share the love six ways until Sunday. Facebook works 24 hours a day for your business, but thanks to Design Aglow, you don't have to. Check out the covers in the shop: In the Know, Serendipity, Swoon-Worthy, and Social Expression


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