Facebook Memories One Profile At A Time

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Did you know that there are several services which allow you to create a book from your Facebook social media activities to preserve your Facebook Memories?

According to Mashable, there are 7 companies who provide a way for you to create a tangible Facebook book! I have been a Creative Memories Consultant for 10 years and I have always had an interest in taking pictures and preserving those pictures in tangible albums and books. I documented my life with pictures since high school and it is a passion I have carried throughout my lifetime and included my family.

I’m the type of person that loves to create posters, collages, and books. Long before scrapbooking became popular, I was visionary, but I didn’t know it at the time. The truth is I would be been a billionaire if I had recognized my talents at that time. This article is a review of Facebook Memory Books. I have no affiliation or compensation attached to any of the listed companies. I think this these alternatives to create a published, tangible book or project is very exciting. I anticipate that within a couple of years there will be hundreds of these types of companies. Some prices are approximate and may not include taxes, shipping, and handling. One final thought is a couple of these are aps, such as Facebook Social Media ap and if you are concerned with privacy, be sure to check the requirements. Some of them have hefty privacy requests. Some people don’t care so if that is you, then you will love these!

1.  Jot Journal provides a way to produce a 32-page glossy soft cover 8-inch square book. You can generate a preview of the publication so you can delete items you do not want to appear in the book. The design will refresh with new content and when you are happy with the content, you can submit publication.

Cost is $15.00

http://myjotjournal.com/

 

 

 

 

 

2. EgoBook-is a personalized book created from your status updates, posted and tagged photos, wall posts, links and comments as well as content from friends you select. You get a personalized cover with your profile pictures and “about me” over a photographic mosaic of all your friends.

Cost depends on the page numbers and vary from $29.95 to $44.95 on average. You can order your EgoBook or a friend’s !

http://apps.facebook.com/my-egobook/

Egobook

Egobook

 

3. Social Memories is a 28 page infographics all about you. Your book shows your most active Facebook friends, social trends, whom you’ve most tagged, and a pie chart of their star signs. Social Memories produces a nice conversation piece. One thing you should know is if you

Cost $27.00

http://www.facebook.com/socialmemories

Social Memories

Social Memories

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Social Print Shop–This social media company offers a variety of offers which include tweet prints, and facebook posters. Another project Is the “mini Photo Book.” If you want to create a version of some of your favorite Facebook albums and/or pictures, this is one alternative. The Facebook app makes ordering a cinch. The Print Shop also has Twitterprints, Mini stickers, and Tumblr Posters.

Cost $16 for 2 small spiral books

http://socialprintshop.com/shop.php

Memory Book

 

 

 

 

Social Prints

 

 

 

 

 

5. Yearbound-This company offers 5 different designs in hard and soft backed styles. The Facebook app is user friendly and lets you select a year. You can choose exactly what you would like to appear on your printed pages such as you wall photos, mobile uploads, tagged photos, status update, notes, friends, etc. you will get a free PDF version as well so now is the time to give it a try because this offer  may not always be here.

Costs from $25.00

http://yearbound.net/

 

Facebook Yearbook

Facebook Yearbook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. Book of Fame is a blank notebook. It is available as a 200 page hard-cover or a 320 page soft-cover book. You can get a status update and thumbnail picture form your Facebook buddies on the boot of every page. It is simple and you can choose your cover design from patterns or a photo wall of your friends.

Approximate cost $20.00

http://www.bookoffame.net/

 

Facebook of Fame

Facebook of Fame

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Yearly Leaf-This company is taking reservations with plans to start shipping in June 2011. This product is described as “a coffee table book meets a Molseskine for the Facebook set” and will consist of content from your Facebook stream published in the style of a notebook.

Cost From $25

http://yearlyleaf.com/

 

Facebook Yearly Leaf

Facebook Yearly Leaf

 

 

Make memories because no one can take them away~

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16 thoughts on “Facebook Memories One Profile At A Time

  1. Ben says:

    Very interesting post Reana
    My wife is a professional photographer, and I can already see the possibilities of using some of these options with for example a wedding or christening

    I will definitely pass this on the her
    Enjoy your day
    Ben

  2. Wow, this is really my all time greatest weakness! I spent more than half of my life traveling around the world and on some of the most amazing adventures, and have only a handful of photos to show for it. Thanks for these product tips and inspiration – I’m planning an extended trip to the mainland in a few months and will be seeing lots of family and friends. I’d love to create a memory book around that road trip!

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Marquita,

      I can feel what you are saying. I’ve met hundreds of people, mostly female, but men too who want to document their lives through pictures. The truth is it does take a lot of commitment. Think about it. When you go on a trip, you take pictures of your travels with full intention of doing something with the pictures. Most people take pictures and they end up in a shoebox, or in the case of digital, end up on a hard drive somewhere. It’s not a weakness; it is a matter of focusing on having a plan to do something with those darn pictures!

      Yes! When you go on your next trip, make sure you have your camera and a journal. It only takes a few minutes to jot down the fun stuff you do with your family and friends. Journaling is just as important as the pictures! Don’t make it complicated. Just do it! It is worth it.

      Once you decide to create a memory book, then it all comes together. Have fun!

      Raena Lynn

  3. WOW two of my loves, Creative Memories and Social Media!!

    Great post Raena Lynn, I never would have dreamed there would be such a service.

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Carla,

      So are you a scrapbooker? I’m finishing my last high school entry which is my daughter’s high school graduation. My hobby will subside once she goes to college, but I have enjoyed capturing my family’s memories. I will continue to scrapbook, but it won’t be as much for awhile. Whew! I got through 12 school dances which included Sadies, Winter Formals, and Proms!

      I thought these Facebook memory books are awesome! I’m glad enjoyed the information.

      Raena Lynn

  4. Hans Schoff says:

    Hey Raena, these are some great ideas. Great way to send a VERY personalized gift to someone. I have never heard of this before, I’m sure it would be a great way to stand out – maybe even a great marketing idea somehow? Thanks for sharing.

  5. What a neat idea! They all look wonderful! Thanks for sharing, Raena. Maybe it’s not too late yet for you to come up with your own design and make some money on your ideas. 🙂

    Willena Flewelling

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Willena,

      I provided company web sites so you can do your own research if you are interested in this type of product. A couple of them have an ap which tracks and saves all of the interaction on your Facebook profile. Each one has their own personality! Thanks for stopping by!

      Raena Lynn

  6. Peter Fuller MBA
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    Hey Raena

    I never ever considered making a book out of my Facebook activities but what a great idea.

    Thanks for sharing all of those services.

    Peter

    1. Raena Lynn
      Twitter:
      says:

      Hi Peter,

      Thanks for visiting my blog. I think these companies are on to something good! These books are really neat! I think they are great gifts too! I’m really enjoying your blog niche series. I really want to change my blog to target my niche. Do you offer any help services? Let me know. Thanks!

      Raena Lynn

  7. Raena Lynn
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    says:

    Wow William,

    Thank you for coming by I would definitely be interested in what your ideas are about this article. I have a lifelong love for pictures and memories so I can see a possibility. I will contact you on your blog. I noticed your blog had a makeover. It looks great!

    Raena Lynn

  8. Raena,

    What a cool service. Facebook is such a huge part of our lives now. This could be a service that will come in very handy for keeping memories.

    Thanks for the great post.

  9. Hi Raena:

    Very interesting services! I guess there is a market for everything. 🙂

    Kevin

    1. Raena Lynn
      Twitter:
      says:

      Hi Kevin,

      You’re right! There is a market for everything! LOL!

      Raena Lynn

  10. Hello Raena,
    I love all of the people I am meeting and all of the information they share. What a good idea! Thanks for sharing.

    Barbara

    1. Raena Lynn
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      says:

      Hi Barbara,

      I think these memory books are awesome and I’ve decided I am going to select one and have a book created for my experience in The Ultimate Game of Life, 90 Day challenge. Waht a sweet way to preserve memories!

      Raena Lynn

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