Facebook Page Layout 2016 – Now and Then

Have you noticed any changes in Facebook page layout in recent days? Specially on desktop?

Facebook has launched a  brand new desktop layout for business pages with new navigation and a prominent call-to-action button.
Here are five things you need to know about the new Facebook Pages layout.

Facebook Page Old Layout

Facebook page old layout

Facebook Page New Layout

New facebook Page layout

1. Cover Images

Now cover images shifted to right and profile picture won’t interfare it any more.

2. Profile Pictures

Your facebook page profile picture now appears at the top left corner. It is the major change in Facebook pages. Now your profile picture will not appear on your cover photo. But the size of profile photo will be the same i.e. 170*170 pixels.

3. New Navigation

Now all navigation tabs will appear just below your profile picture and page name. With the help of these navigation tabs users can easily move from one section to another. You can also customize the navigation section or can create a new tab.

4. Like and Message Buttons have shifted

Along with the page tab links, the “Like, Message and More” buttons have also shifted to the left

5. Call to Action Button

Beneath your cover photo, there is a new blue call-to-action button.

You can customize it to invite your Facebook fans to take an action like to visit your website, book now, sign up, watch video, free download or learn more.

6. Pages Are Ad Free

The new pages are entirely ad free. In the past, ads have appeared on the right side.

After reading this blog you may surely be visit your Facebook page.  So what do you think about the new Facebook Page layout? Like or dislike? Tell us in the comments.

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Dipti is a self learned digital marketer with special interest in SEO. You may find her reading one of her favorite digital marketing blogs in her free time when she is not helping her employer bring more visitors to their website.

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