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There is a clear option for using your Facebook Page while creating a recipe. I am not sure if you tried that.


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The "continue reading" is not placed there by the person. If the content of a post is too large, facebook will automatically minimize it, place the "continue reading" link at the end, and of course, link it to the whole posting. The link actually brings up the post not the page itself.


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It's because that's how Facebook have designed Facebook Groups. See: https://www.facebook.com/help/147058305366686 It should only happen in Groups; people can't force you to "like" a page. (If you have liked a page that you didn't actually click "like" on, then it's either caused by a misplaced click when using the mobile app/website, or else it's caused ...


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Some posts from friends have the option of hiding posts from the source. On your Newsfeed, below the "(friend) liked this" line, hover over the page area's dropdown box and click "Hide all from (source)":


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A possible scenario is that the username was taken at one point and then the page was deleted / username changed of the page. This makes the username unavailable for an unspecified period of time.


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Yes any Admin can remove or create new Admins. This is why you should only add people you trust as co-admins.


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If you go to New Page Insights and then click on Likes tab, you'll see a text saying Daily data is recorded in the Pacific time zone, so I believe, that all Facebook Pages ads also starts and ends at midnight PT. However, I have no idea, how to change this and if this is possible at all?


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There are no guarantees: Facebook's current policy is that the page-creator and current administrators' are not shown to people - but they could change their rules at any time.


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You haven't reached the first threshold of $25 USD https://www.facebook.com/help/105373712886516. In addition Facebook may charge every few days. The charge will stay on your account until paid I believe if you remove banking information.


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Facebook says: Unfortunately, we don't support email addresses with generic prefixes like info@, webmaster@, etc. Since email addresses of this nature are typically used for organizations and businesses, we don't allow them to be used for personal Facebook accounts. Please try signing up again using another address that you own. Of course they ...


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When you, as an Admin of a Page, use Facebook, there are two different mechanisms for choosing which "voice" you are using -- i.e., working as "the Page" or working as "yourself". The first mechanism (which is the solution to your problem) involves the "Use Facebook as:" menu-items. Initially, when you log in to Facebook, you are "using Facebook as" ...


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Short answer: Yes, your friends will be able to see it Long answer: On you own wall you decide the privacy, on a business page everyone visiting would be able to see the post plus your activity would be part of the activity feed shown to your friends, which the might or might not notice. Try visit your activity log on your homepage, there will be a globe ...


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In addition to HootSuite's free plan, you can also try Buffer.


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Facebook Pages natively supports post scheduling on a Page. Hootsuite is free for up to 3 social profiles.


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If you don't want payment information held, then just deactivate your ads account.


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It seems that your updates are being posted as if you were a regular user. Open your page and click on this option to use Facebook as your page: I've set my account to always do that automatically even if I don't change this, but I can't find this setting in the new preferences window.


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No, that's exactly what Facebook Pages are for.


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What you can do is, create a new profile or account for your business, then using the current profile make the newly created account admin of the page and then remove yourself as admin.


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Yes, Facebook does this to promote their marketing service. If post reach is low, there is a high chance of getting more page promoting advertisements, so facebook does this.


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Use the English pagename with /ncr after ("no country redirect"). Like this: /pagename/ncr. (The same as you do with Google).


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As far as I know, this can only be done for Events created within the context of your personal account, where Facebook allows you to control various aspects of Privacy. On the other hand, it cannot be done for Events created within the context of a Page, because Pages are inherently public entities, and thus items such as Events, Photos, or Posts cannot be ...


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Go to your personal profile page, select Settings > Notifications, and then turn on/off from there. See below:


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You can not remove the security codes (CAPTCHAs) from your Facebook page.


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You can't have all your status updates backdated! You must have at least one post with current date! It goes like this: once you backdate your last post with current date, all your post from particular year are hidden from timeline (don't have any idea, why)? once you add at least one status update with current date, they're all visible back again. If ...


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Post clicks are "the total number of clicks on your post, not including likes, comments, or shares. " See more: Social Media Examiner: Facebook insights


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"Talking about it" generally means that, in one of his or her posts, they reference your page directly.


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There's a Facebook Survey box, that any Facebook Pages Ads campaign runner my reach, by going to New Page Insights, clicking on ... buton in (right-top corner) and selecting Send Feedback. But, I'm not sure, if this is what you've been looking for? And... I'm not sure, if anyone is reading this at Facebook side! :]


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If you go to Ads Manager section, for a simple, basic campaign created with Promote Page buton in Facebook, you can see detailed information about all your ads campaigns. Second column there says Cost $0.32 Page Likes, which may lead us to a conclusion, that you're paying for each new Like to your page, marked as Paid (so, excluding those marked as ...


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When you set your Facebook ads for Page likes you see the following at the bottom Your bid will be optimized to get more Page likes. You will be charged every time someone is shown your ad. So you are being charged for whoever saw your ad. Checking what your bid is set at should give you a better idea. There is no real promise of accurate likes, only ...


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Yes, it is possible to do that. From Facebook Help How do I use email to update people who like my Page? You can post to your Page by sending an email to a special admin-facing email address assigned to your Page. Put your message in the subject line of the email and leave the body blank. To upload a photo or video, attach it to an email and send ...



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