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I have a page that I administer and I want to make it public so I (or anyone) can go to

facebook.com/MyBusinessNameIsAwesome

And they will be able to see the page even if they're not logged in to Facebook (or if they're the googlebot).

How do I do that? I've found 3 tutorials and none of them are up to date.

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Turns out, if you have country restrictions on your permissions, it won't show up on the web, even in the countries you've allowed. x out all the countries that are listed and then save changes. Just worked for me!

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It's not just countries. It's any kind of restrictions. – dnbrv Jan 14 '12 at 1:34

You need 25 likes and then you can request the vanity URL.

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I have over 100 likes and a vanity URL. But if you're not signed in you don't see my page, you get the FB signin form. – Coomie Oct 13 '11 at 7:42

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