We Know that Facebook is fastest growing social networking site on internet, but it can be a annoying user experience. The design of Facebook leaves a lot to be desired and there are almost too many choices for things to do on Facebook. Also some of the more popular Facebook activities are trivial instead of useful – throwing sheep is an oft-quoted example.
Here I suggest you some tips about how to use Facebook simply for better Social Network
Tip 1: Update Your Status Regularly
The simple task is that update your status regularly, this is the things to do keep your profile active. And always update positively and share your own thinking on other staus via comment. Communicate with your fan or friend via comment and like. Your update has enough to keep your page interesting and motivating. Never update spamming links and irritating links on your facebook wall.
Tip 2. Use Groups and Fan Page
Groups are a core characteristic of social networking on the Web. To efficiently use Facebook, I recommend you set up some groups so that you can filter content.
There is a bit of a trick to setting this groups feature up. Facebook calls this feature “lists,” probably to differentiate them from its other Groups feature (which have been usurped by ‘Pages’ now). Confused? Get used to it, Facebook navigation is awful.
To set lists up for your Facebook account, go to your Facebook homepage and click the “more” link on the left-hand sidebar. You will see a link entitled “Create new list” at the bottom – click on that to create a new group.
Tip 3: Add Your Content From Other Sources (Carefully…)
In this day and age, you are likely creating content in more than a few places on the Web. This ranges from the extreme cases (early adopters who have personal RSS feeds coming out their ears), to those who may just use YouTube and a couple of other niche social websites.
One thing we’d caution, which this author took too long to notice: don’t pipe your FriendFeed content into Facebook if you aggregate a lot of content into FriendFeed! It quickly overpowers your Wall and will likely annoy the friends you have who also subscribe to your FriendFeed.
To add external content to Facebook, on your Wall page click the ‘Options’ link on the top right. Then click ‘Settings.’
You can then choose to “import stories” to your Facebook wall from a select number of sites: Flickr, Digg, YouTube and others.
You can add content from other external sources to Facebook by clicking the ‘application settings page’ link further down the page.
Tip 4: Brighten Up Your Profile With Photos and Videos
This almost goes without saying, but adding multimedia makes your Facebook profile interesting and attractive.
If instead of Facebook you usually use a specialist photo site (like Flickr) or video site (like Vimeo), then you’ll need to search around for ways to export your files. I use Flickr and didn’t find a satisfactory way to export photos from Flickr to Facebook’s Photo albums. But via my Twitter network I managed to discover a plug-in for iPhoto, which allows Mac users to bulk export from iPhoto to Facebook.
Tip 5: Search Out the Best Facebook Apps
Ever since Facebook became a development platform back in May 2007, thousands of apps have been built to add to your Facebook page. As noted in the introduction, these range from trivial (e.g. sheep throwing) to very useful. The best tip here is to find apps that complement your interests.
My advice is to search the directory for keywords of interest to you. The quality of apps varies greatly and often there are errors (at least I came across them several times when researching this article). When you find an app you like, you can add it to your profile.