If you notice a page on Facebook that represents your own business but was created by someone else by simply checking into that place or location, you can claim that page and then merge it with your official Facebook page. Here are quick easy steps to doing just that: Step 1: Go to the Page …Read more »
So you want to maintain an active Facebook page for your business, but your busy schedule keeps you from being online regularly to interact with fans and potential customers through engaging daily posts. Fret not, as Facebook has made way for users to manage their page better by allowing them to schedule posts in advance. …Read more »
Naturally, once you’ve created your own Facebook business page, you might want a business partner or assistant to co-manage the page with you. This is helpful when you will be going away for a vacation and won’t be able to go online regularly to check and update the page yourself. You may even assign your …Read more »
How do you know if your business is set up as a “personal profile” or a “business page” on Facebook?
How do you know if your business is set up as a “personal profile” or a “business page” on Facebook? Simply visit your business on Facebook. If underneath your cover photo and your business name it has a box with “Friends xxx” or similar, then your business is not set up correctly. A business page …Read more »
Having two Facebook business pages for the same business can cause your customers to ‘like’ the one you are not posting to, resulting in wasted effort by you! It is easy to merge them together and you will keep all your friends since they will get converted to fans. Here are a few easy steps to follow when merging two duplicate …Read more »
If you are still using a personal Facebook profile for your business, you may want to consider changing it to a business page. The risks of not changing your businesses incorrectly set up Facebook profile to a business page are: It is against Facebook terms and conditions and they could (and they often do) delete …Read more »