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Monday, March 19, 2012

Wanna Learn Facebook Development? Check Out My New Video Series

Facebook application development isn't just a skill, and it's not just for developers either - it's a mindset and a culture that you have to understand to truly understand and implement its value. It's something both marketers, business owners, as well as developers should understand to fully have a grasp against the competition in this increasingly social world. That's why I jumped at the chance to work with the popular online learning site, Pluralsight, to do a new series on Facebook application development. My first video went live yesterday, and I hope will be the first in a line of videos you can use to hone your skills both as a marketer and developer to take advantage of the most of Facebook Platform.

In my first course, you'll learn why Facebook is such a valuable tool to integrate with your business or marketing strategy. I'll show you example apps that have seen success on the Platform, and then take you through, step-by-step, on how you can set up a custom Facebook Page tab on Facebook without any HTML knowledge necessary to get started. You'll end understanding the different integration points you can use to build an app, or just integrate Facebook into your existing website or app design. I teach you social design philosophy and the different touch points you should understand no matter what your skill set.

Whether you're a marketer, a developer, or business owner I think you'll enjoy this course. I think you'll be surprised with what you're able to accomplish by the end, and what your understanding will become when you're finished. If you've ever wanted to get your hands dirty with what you can fully do on Facebook, this is a course you can't neglect, regardless of your skill set.

The course is part of Pluralsight's learning platform, and I hope will be one of many future courses you can learn from on these topics. It also joins Facebook's own Yasser Shohoud's Facebook Platform Overview that serves as a great primer for where my course will take you.

When I considered this I thought about just doing my own video series and charging monthly for access to those. I would have likely charged around $100-200 for access to that for it to be worth it to me. I realized though, that by partnering with Pluralsight, you could get my content, as well as hundreds of other courses from other experts that are top at their game. Instead of $200 for one-time access to my videos, you can pay as little as $29 per month (you cancel whenever you like) or $299 per year and get unlimited access to mine and anyone else's  courses on their platform. To me I think it's a great deal.

With this course you'll get:

  • Material for all types to understand - marketers, business owners, and developers
  • Step-by-step videos taking you through the entire process, which you can step away from at any time.
  • Assessment to test your knowledge at the end of the course and grade you on your understanding of the topics covered
  • Knowledge of why you should understand Facebook Platform
  • Step-by-step tutorials on how to build custom Facebook tabs
  • Hands-on videos giving you the basics of Facebook's developer platform, allowing all to understand all they need to get started
  • Access to all future courses on Facebook by me and others.
If you want to understand Facebook in a way your competitors don't, go register for my Facebook development course today! The tips I cover are things not many in the industry know, and you'll have the upper-hand in your industry.

To register, just click here and follow the instructions. Then go over here to my course's Facebook Application Development page to get started in knowing what your competitors don't!

For the first 20 commenters that ask below I'll give a code for a free unlimited 7 day trial to try the service and take my course.

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