Top Breastfeeding Pages on Facebook

by Jeanette McCulloch on March 7, 2015

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Since there’s no easy way to identify the top Facebook pages on a topic like breastfeeding, I’m crowdsourcing it!

I’ve identified what I think are the ten U.S. Facebook pages that focus on breastfeeding and have the most fans. (I’m a huge believer that audience size isn’t everything! But right now I’m looking for pages with the biggest headcounts.)

What did I miss? I’ll update the list with your feedback. Thank you! (Followers are as of March 7, 2015).

Breastfeeding Mama Talk 417,446

KellyMom 266,421

The Badass Breastfeeder 204,070

The Leaky Boob 195,473

La Leche League USA 149,585

Breastfeeding 147,546

Beautiful Breastfeeding 122,522

Breastfeeding USA 105,643

Breastfeeding 105,516

Best for Babes 70,855

 

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Facebook Page Image Size Cheat Sheet

by Jeanette McCulloch on February 24, 2015

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Just getting started with your Facebook page? Here’s the image size for your cover image and profile image:

COVER IMAGE:

cover image size

 

PROFILE IMAGE:

profile image

 

 

 

 

Our favorite tool for making cover and profile images, even if you aren’t a designer? Canva.

Have you made a cover image you love? Want some feedback on your new cover image? Share it in the comments!

p.s. We’re on the verge of a major redesign of the BirthSwell site. In the meantime, some of our features have been a little, well, quirky. Thanks for your patience as we are under construction!

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Twitter 101 for Birth and Breastfeeding Professionals: Your Audience

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This is a part three of a multipart series on using Twitter for the first time at a conference. For part one click here and for part two click here. You are at a conference and using Twitter for the first time. You’ve set up your account and you’ve figured out the basics of how to write a tweet. […]

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Twitter 101 for Birth and Breastfeeding Professionals: Your First Tweet!

July 22, 2014

This is part two of a multipart series on using Twitter for the first time at a conference. For part one, click here. You are at a conference and you’d like to participate in the conversation happening online – you just joined Twitter (if you are still at the signing-up phase, check out this article) and […]

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