Facebook is going through some big changes. You can now express yourself with a big banner behind your profile picture. Facebook call it 'Timeline cover'.
Timeline has been available for profiles for a while now but as of today it is now also available for pages. Pages will officially move over to the Timeline format on 30th March but you can get ahead of the masses and personalize yours now (I've already started editing the Writers and Authors page).
If you want to get creative with your page there are several online gadgets that can help. My favorite is Timeline Cover Maker.
The editor features are: No visible watermark on the final image (others have this and it doesn't look as good and distracts from your design), you can blend your profile picture seamlessly with your timeline cover background, you can draw or add text and you can add tons of graphics or emoticons.
When setting up your Timeline Cover art be careful to stick to the rules. No mention of your website URL or calls to action. Not to worry though. You can include your website information under 'About' and pin a call to action to the top of your page.
Have you experimented with Timeline yet? What do you think about the new format?