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I have 3 Facebook pages having different fans. I would like to combine all pages with fans. Is it possible? If no, how can I add all fans to a single page?

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There's no real way to do this. According to their Help Ceneter: http://www.facebook.com/help/?faq=13589

I have two accounts. Is it possible to merge them? Facebook does not allow you to merge accounts. You need to copy your profile content (e.g. photos, notes, etc.) and add it manually to your more active account. Unfortunately, there will be some things you cannot transfer, such as Friends and Wall posts. Once you have moved all information onto a single account, please deactivate your old account from the Settings tab of the Account page. Afterward, you can add email addresses and networks to your new account from the Account page. Please note that maintaining multiple accounts is a violation of Facebook's Terms of Use.

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So the same rule for profile accounts applies to fan pages ? – phwd Sep 2 '10 at 0:28
Yes, the same rule applies. It's a manual process. – Geoff Dalgas Sep 2 '10 at 14:55

I believe you'll have to invite the fans into the new page you wish to establish as the master page. All fans arrive on a page through their own action and effort, and you'll have to persuade everybody to participate in joining the new desired page. One method of persuasion is to regularly re-announce the eventual and future demise of the pages you desire to extinguish in this merger process.

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I just posted a video of how to merge two Facebook pages here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s80swkoDpN8&list=UUCcJDbhnWxoUG8W5olPei-g&index=1&feature=plcp Hope it helps!

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