If you’re an advertiser on Facebook who shares access to multiple Pages and ad accounts with other people, we recommend you transition to Business Manager. Business Manager is a more secure way to manage your Pages and ad accounts. … You can also keep your business separate from your personal Facebook profile.You must have a personal Facebook profile set up in order to create a Facebook Page. However, when you create a Page from your personal account no one can see that you’re the admin or that your personal account is associated with the Page.From your Facebook profile page, click the Pages header in the left-side navigation. Next, click the Create a Page button, and select the type of page–Local Business or Place, for example, or Brand or Product. You’ll see a number of fields to fill out, such as your business category, name, and address.
Create Your PageGo tofacebook.com/pages and click “Create Page” in the upper right hand corner.The next screen asks you to select a category from the following list:
Local Business or Place
Company, Organization or Institution
Brand or Product
Artist, Band or Public Figure
Cause or CommunityOnce you select the category for your business, you can fill in the name, address and phone number. Check the box next to “I agree to Facebook Pages Terms” and click “Get Started.” You’ll see a Page that looks like this:Get your Page started off with some “likes” by recruiting your own friends. Start typing in names and when you drag the cursor over someone’s name, it will highlight in blue. Click once to check the person and add them to your invite. Click “Selected” to see who’s on your invite list. When you’re ready to invite, click “Send Recommendations.”
Choose a profile picture which represents your work, best go for a logo, if you don’t have one make it. Make a logo which represents your profile and try to make it stylish and unique.
Be active most of the time, and post relevant and interesting content, catching the interest of the audience.
If you are having your own website or blog then insert facebook like button on your webpage, whoever will like your content, will most probably hit the button.
Do complete your about section, fill your about section with all your relevant details. Having a good and lengthy about section gives the feel of professionalism..
Promote your page offline is also a option, means give the link of your facebook page in your pamphlets or receipt etc.
Promote your page on other social media platforms like twitter, google+ etc.
Establishing Your Profile and Page Admins
Before creating your Facebook fan page, you must establish a personal Facebook profile. The individual in that profile is the creator of the fan page. As a result, the subsequent Facebook business page doesn’t have a separate login from that of the individual user who created it.Creating a Facebook Page
From your Facebook profile page, click the Pages header in the left-side navigation. Next, click the Create a Page button, and select the type of page–Local Business or Place, for example, or Brand or Product. You’ll see a number of fields to fill out, such as your business category, name, and address.Information to Include
When Facebook walks you through the initial steps, it will request information about your business–a logo for the page avatar, details for the About section, contact information and hours, and the URL of your website.
If you want Facebook to pull in your blog posts automatically, an application such as Networked Blogs can help. Each time you publish a new post to your blog, Networked Blogs will import the post and add it to the Wall of your Facebook business page.