*Obviously make sure you have legal copyrights to all images and content.
4. No default landing tabs.
You can no longer set a tab as a default landing tab. Now before you go off on a wild rant about how terrible this is, remember this is a post designed to help you move forward and do good things with your new Facebook timeline. Got it? Okay, great! Now here are a few things you CAN do:
Maximize use and space of cover image.
Use the unique urls of apps to direct people directly to the app from pages outside of Facebook as well as posts, status updates within Facebook.
Maximize use of the top apps shown underneath your cover photo.
Use the apps for call to actions and to engage your fans.
Use this as an excuse to get out of your box and focus on truly inspiring and connecting with your audience
5. Tabs are now Apps!
Apps are the new tabs. Although you can’t set one as a default landing tab for new visitors to your Facebook page, there are still many ways you can leverage apps.
4 apps are always on display underneath your Facebook cover image.
You can utilize a max of 14 custom apps on your timeline.
Create a custom thumbnail for your app. (see #7 below)
Apps have a unique url that can be used to drive traffic to a specific app (see #6 below).