How To Manage Facebook Business Page

Social Media QuestionsHow To Manage Facebook Business Page
Avatartuyetcrosby14 asked 12 months ago
AvatarPiyush Sharma replied 12 months ago

Choose a great username.

The username you choose for your Facebook Page will also appear in the URL for your page.Give the key details in the About section.
Your Facebook Page includes a small About section where you can include a couple of sentences about your business or organization. Provide as many details as possible in the full About description.
Once your Facebook Page is live, you can log into your account and click the Edit Info button to add details and content.Choose an appropriate profile photo.
Your profile photo is the smaller image that appears on your Facebook Page and as your avatar on all posts and photos you publish on FacebookCreate some content to make your Page look useful.
Start creating useful, meaningful, interesting, or entertaining content that your target audience wants to read and see.

AvatarBaldev replied 12 months ago

Use your brand voice to engage with fans. After creating your first business page, you might be confused as to how to interact with fans. On the drop-down menu of Facebook’s main page, to the right of HOME, you can select to “act as” any page you’ve created or manage. Do this to make sure you’re acting as your brand across Facebook. Doing this ensures that any Likes or comments you make come from the brand NOT your personal account.

DO: Respond to fans’ comments and inquiries using the brand voice. Let them know that someone who manages the page is paying attention to comments and willing to help if needed.

DON’T: Like your own status updates as a page! I see it happen so often with growing Facebook pages. A manager will post an update on their Facebook business page, sharing it with their fans, and in turn, into their own personal news feed. Thinking that they will help “jump-start” getting Likes on the status, the manager will Like the status when they see it in the news feed. DON’T DO THIS.

AvatarGajraj replied 12 months ago

Access Your Facebook Pages
There are a few ways to access your Facebook pages. To see all of the pages you are linked to as an administrator, editor, moderator, advertiser or analyst, go to your Pages bookmarks. From there, click on the link to the page you want.Navigate Your Page Menu
At the top of your Facebook page, there’s a menu to direct you to the main features of your page. You should see this menu when logged in as your personal profile or as your page. Configure Page Settings
Your page’s settings allow you to control everything from visibility to admin roles and more. Access settings on the right-hand side of the top page menu.Facebook pages include many tools to help marketers and business owners get the most out of their business presence.You can only reply to messages your page has received. You cannot send messages (as your page) to people who have not messaged you.

AvatarTanushri Meena replied 12 months ago

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.

AvatarYash Singh replied 12 months ago

Step 1: Signing up. Go to and click ‘CREATE PAGE’ in the top right hand corner. You’ll be greeted with several business type options including local business, brand, or public figure. Select the type of business you’re creating the page for