Here is what you need to know about the changes, and what to do about them. 1. The like, follow, and message buttons have migrated into the cover photo area: If you have any important text or graphics that point to your like button in your cover photo, it’s time to give it a facelift. The like, follow, and message buttons are moving up into the cover photo space, similar to how it is now with Facebook personal profiles. 2. The about box has migrated into the left sidebar of the page: The area that you used to have to describe your business and link to your website beneath your cover photo has now moved further down the page, beneath the information people see about how many people have liked your page. The downside, of course, is that it’s not as easy to find, making your cover photo messaging that much more important. The upside is that now there is an official link to your website, so you can use more characters in the short description for your page to describe your business as opposed to link to it. Get the full story at SumAll