My latest assignment has been to create a Facebook landing page for Spitfire Recruitment Ltd. It’s been a while since I created a Facebook tab from scratch, fortunately they’ve since updated it so you can simply add an iframe, rather than having to get to grips with Facebook’s own markup language, FBML.
I’ve gone for a simple design with the main emphasis being on the call to action, which is to like the page (what else?!). I’ve integrated the actual Facebook like button into the page to make it even easier, and it also provides that ‘social proof’ by telling you which of your friends like the page already.
I’ll also be running some targeted Facebook ads for this client. This proved tricky. It is hard to target specifically for people looking for jobs with the right skill set. And we seemed to get a lot of ‘spam’ likes – the cynic in me wonders if people are being paid to click on ads?
Twitter is fairly limited design-wise, but I’ve changed the colour scheme to be on-brand, and I think it’s quite striking.
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— Spitfire Recruitment (@Spitfireltd) January 18, 2012
What do you think?