When you visit a blog, generally you’ll find social media buttons to allow you to connect with the author outside their blog. However, you can do the same on Facebook as well. By using a third party app – ShortStack is my favourite – you can create tabs that link to your other social media sites. If you click on “Create Tab from Template” in ShortStack, you can easily create a Facebook tab for your Twitter profile, Pinterest page, subscription option for your eNewsletter and even your blog posts. You can also design the look and colour scheme of your individual tab pages to match your brand. And none of this is particularly hard. However, if you’re feeling like a challenge, click on “Create Blank Tab” instead. Check out the Mum PR and Three Li’l Princesses Facebook pages for inspiration. The more places people see you and connect with you, the stronger the relationship you build with them.