I've create an account on Facebook which is going to be used primarily for marketing a non-profit that I work with. The account is basically a character I'll be playing. (Two accounts, actually, interacting with one another.) But I'm not entirely sure how to set the privacy settings correctly, or if the settings I'm looking for are even possible.
Currently posts are viewable by everyone, which is exactly what I want. (Since I don't expect people to "friend" these accounts.) However, when viewing the posts/comments as non-friends there are no options to "like" or "comment."
The latter is good, I don't want anybody to comment on these posts. But is there a way to allow anybody ("everyone" or "public" in Facebook terms) to "like" the posts/comments? I've gone into the privacy settings and selected that "Public" can "View your future posts" and that "Everyone" can "See what others post on your timeline." This is what made the posts public. But is there a way to also allow people to "like" these posts?