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Topic - Howard Greenstein
McDonald's and Coca-Cola are among a slew of popular corporate brands due for a Facebook face-lift that will change the way they use the social network to market to their fans.
"For regular users, it's sort of like personalizing your room," Mr. Greenstein said. "For a brand, it would be like personalizing the experience customers have when they come into your shop."
"Customers are getting used to Timeline on their own pages," Mr. Greenstein said. "By the time Facebook brings it out to brands, they will be used to that format. That wouldn't be something I would worry about."