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Once you created the page on the same time that page qualify to have a web address. Like count doesn't matter. See the Facebook Help Team's answer on the same question on help community. I guess sometime Facebook randomly do this for security purpose. Just give a try, add a phone number in your account (in case you have not added) and verify that number. ...
No, Facebook does not allow to sell Facebook pages. It is a violation of Facebook terms. See the section 4, point 9: Registration and Account Security You will not transfer your account (including any Page or application you administer) to anyone without first getting our written permission.
One method that works for me: Go to your page, select "Settings" Select "Banned Users" Above the list of banner users, click the dropdown; it will offer "People who like this" and "Pages that like this". The display initially only shows part of the list, but if you scroll to the bottom repeatedly, you will eventually have the full list.
As of late August 2015, an overhaul to the interface of FB page events lets you add the image before going live. There is also the ability to make hosts out of other pages you admin (and friends) prior to creation. I agree that creating a draft event would be a nice feature.
How to transfer Facebook Page Owner "Facebook Business Manager" Be sure there is a second Administrator of the page!!! In YOUR Business Manager there is few tabs in the main menu that you need to look at: 2.a The tab PEOPLE Normally this is you or your personal Facebook Business Manager. Go and remove your self by clicking the X in the right corner of ...
The action is never carried out because the RSS feed isn't recognized as creating a new entry by IFTTT. You have't included the feed URL so this can't be fully checked. This is almost certainly a problem with the feed. Here are some steps to try: validate the feed's link use a feed santizier's RSS instead and check this triggers use the Maker channel or ...
Disabling comments this is for preventing replies to your posts which would appear under your posts. There is no facebook feature to do this but there is a workaround which automatically hides are comments - so they are visible to only the person who wrote them and their friends list. Instructions In your page's Settings, go to General, then Page ...
Unfortunately Facebook hasn't enabled a way to disable comments on pages. People have already asked this question on Facebook Help Page and the answer provided by Facebook Help Team is How do I allow or disable posts by other people on my Page? Here are some links: How do you disable commenting from others on your Facebook page? Can I turn off "comments" ...
Login to your Facebook account and open your friend's Facebook page (if you have already liked that page it will appear in your profile at right hand side in page column or you can search that page by typing page name in search bar). Once you open the page you will see "invite friends to like this page" in right hand side. Just click on that and select each ...
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