Day #3 Video: Personal Profile vs. Business Profile.

Once you’ve watched the video and set-up your business fan page on Facebook, come share the link with us on the iBloom Facebook page! We would LOVE to give your page a β€œLike!”

Jen Bennett

Dr. Jen Bennett is the Social Media/Communication Specialist and Project Manager at iBloom. Jen’s passion is helping businesses, ministries and individuals, #BeWorthFollowing. Jen enjoys speaking, training, and writing on all things that inspire and help leaders build a digital footprint and personal brand that is different and that helps them stand out and influence people in a crowded and noisy social media world.


  1. Loving this so far !! Thanks so much for keeping the tips simple and easy to follow.

  2. This is huge! Thanks for the tips, off to tweak my Facebook page

  3. Hey Jen. I’m no expert but a big step above most in FB; however, I still feel I can get tidbits from classes like these. So thanks bunches for doing this. I’m on day 3 and I want to thank you for clearing something up for me. I had a web client insistent her daughter-in-law in New York who ‘does this for a living’ said she did not have to have a personal page and a business page. She could just have a business page so she wanted to close everything she had and open just a business page. Thankfully, she had over 100 fans on her business page, so I was able to convince her not to drop the fan page. We then set her personal page to private every way we could. I’m glad you were very clear in your video – we have to have both. Thanks, again!

    • I think it’s always a good thing to have a personal page too! You don’t have to keep up with it like a business page, but it’s good to just have one πŸ™‚ She DEFINITELY needs to keep the business page! πŸ™‚

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