I recently wrote about Four Fantastic Examples of Facebook Welcome Pages and it has been one of my more popular posts so I wanted to give you some more fantastic examples of Facebook Welcome tabs.   In this post I will  highlight small business pages using 3rd-party iFrame Apps.

I have many favorite iFrame Apps and more are being added every day.  You can find out about these apps in my post on Social Media Examiner:  Top 10 Facebook Apps for Building Custom Pages & Tabs.


1.  AdoptAShelter used ShortStack to create their page and I love the see-through reveal page with handy information on the second page about how you can adopt a shelter.



2. Blue Ribbon Consulting used Pagemodo to create this eye-catching page of photos and reasons to connect on Facebook.


3.  Ok, maybe Cancun isn’t small business but this is a great example that could be used for any city or town on how easy your Welcome Page could be.  They used the Wildfire iFrame app to create this simple page with a reveal tab that tells you what to do next.



4.  Chocolate for Breakfast (and who wouldn’t love that?) uses the Static HTML: iframe tabs app with an image on the top and the ability to download a free e-book and gives you the option to sign up for her newsletter on the second page.




5.  I like this Facebook Welcome Page by David Wax Museum because it’s easy and great for bands.  They are using the Band Page by RootMusic as their default landing tab.  



6.  SnapRetail uses the iwipa app to add a YouTube video, testimonials, tabs and other fancy features to their Welcome Page.



7.  Derek Halpern at Social Triggers uses the Static HTML: iframe tabs app with a basic message about what’s in it for you when you Like his page (hint:  this is a powerful way to get new likers)



8.  The Pain Center of Arizona uses the Woobox app to make a Welcome Page that highlights their docs, locations and gives you the ability to make an appointment.  The only downside is that these links take you off of Facebook and you may forget to go back to Facebook to Like them.



9.  Take a look at the Visit Salt Lake Welcome Page for ideas on how to bring your social media feeds into one page.  The Welcome Page is powered by ShortStack and has a lot of fun things to look at under their reveal tab.  Their other tabs are very interesting too – contests, scavenger hunts, videos, and they feature a shot of the week in their profile picture – awesome!


10.  Zipz Shoes has an easy, no-nonsense Welcome tab powered by North Social.  But sometimes that’s all you need.

More complicated does not always mean better. Make your page stand out from the crowd with an enticing Welcome tab and then make sure you are posting good content to your wall. Don’t dress up your page and then leave them hanging!

What about you – what Welcome tabs have you seen and been impressed with?  Leave a comment and let me know!