Yesterday I created a few Facebook wall photos for a new Surfnetkids project. The project is no where near done, but I’d love some feedback.
Are you on Facebook? Have you seen those wall photos (or tag images) that are a grid of pictures of objects or cartoon characters? Well, I’ve made a few around the theme of two March holidays: St. Patrick’s Day (3/17) and Pi Day (3/14).
You can grab them over at http://tag.surfnetkids.com, upload them to your photos on your Facebook account, and tag your friends. Your friends will then get a note on their wall that they were tagged. It’s a kind of social networking way of sending a shout out, or a holiday greeting. I like to think of it as the newest version of e-cards.
Now, some of the wall photos are that are already out there, are not very family friendly. So, our goal is to work on perfecting this so it would be fun for all ages.
If you are my friend on Facebook, you can see these photos in my Facebook photo album. Either way, you can pick up a few to play with at the new site: http://tag.surfnetkids.com.
Only only ask one thing… will you tell me if you think I’m on the right track? Do you like the idea of family friendly Facebook Wall Photos from Surfnetkids?
thank you for ideas it helps. It great you have something for kids. I think need more for adult fun things to do(games)and Maybe more for group of family games. Thank you
Maura Zeller says
Due to previous teachers being fired from their jobs for having unprofessional material on facebook, as a student teacher, I have been advised not to set up a facebook acount or any other account…it is not seen as being professional in the teaching field here in CT.
I’m going make a short video about how to tag a Facebook photo, but meanwhile, you can read this:
I think it is a great idea. I am a newbie with facebook and am not quite sure how to tag?
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Thanks for the Pi Day Facebook Wall Photo. I used it on my Facebook page. Family friendly was nice.
Unfortunately yet another way to advertise your website, this way through Facebook tags. I used to really enjoy your newsletters but the way you have increasingly been using them to direct traffic to your website, your related domains and other revenue making websites is becoming a bit too much 🙁
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