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The automated system is preventing me from naming my page with my surname. I am creating a page to promote my photography and would like to use my brand, Jared McGuire Photography.

However Facebook gives this error: Our automated system will not allow the name "Jared McGuire Photography". We have suggested "Jared Mcguire Photography".

A quick search shows many pages that have words with pascal casing, like McDonald's. I understand the reason for this restriction and there is obviously a way around if for valid uses.

How do I get around this restriction in order to use my surname?

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marked as duplicate by Al E., John C, ChrisF Jun 16 '13 at 10:15

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Turns out you can simply edit the name after creation.

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