You can "like" a Facebook page as a page you administer. For this you need to log-in your account - Then go to the page you'd like to "like" as a page - scroll down until you see the option to “Add to My Page’s Favorites” at the very bottom on the left hand side.
Now click this option and you’ll see a pop-up window, where you can choose from the pages you ...
Getting the name is not enough for your apps. You'll end up at http://apps.facebook.com/<yourappname>
You can get the alias (http://www.facebook.com/<yourapp>) only if enough people "like" it (I think the minimum is 25 people). Works the same way for FB pages, I think.
Here are the steps:
Go to the page
Get into the edit screens
Update Basic Information
Update the address
Make sure the page category is set to Local Businesses & Places otherwise the above won't work.
As far as the address information goes; Facebook gives the disclaimer:
Note: If you add a valid address, users will be able to see and check in to ...
See: Facebook Graph API reference at "Publishing":
You can publish to the Facebook graph by issuing HTTP POST requests to
the appropriate connection URLs, using an access token.
For more detailed information, see also Graph API reference for a single "post".
Also good reading is the Open Graph tutorial and Best Practices guide.
Disclaimer: I ...
In your notes on a Page you can go to Notes. When you get there click create. Write what you wish to. you can also Copy And Paste in the Note you are making. This also works the same way on a Group Page only you will click on files at the top of the page instead of Notes.
From the Facebook Help Centre:
How do I add an address to my Page?
To add an address to your Page, your Page's category must be Companies & Organizations or Local Businesses. Keep in mind that you can only add one address. To add an address:
Click About below your Page's cover photo
Click Page Info in the left column
Click to edit the ...
The option "Posting Preferences" no longer exists
The chosen solution does not resolve the issue of posting as yourself on your page, but outlines how to switch your account to act on behalf of your page on Facebook.
You can post as yourself to a page you admin by selecting Edit Page in the upper right-hand corner of the page -> Your Settings on the top of ...
Turns out, if you have country restrictions on your permissions, it won't show up on the web, even in the countries you've allowed. x out all the countries that are listed and then save changes.
Just worked for me!
HootSuite is a social media dashboard app that, among other functionality, lets you schedule Facebook (and Twitter) updates to be posted at times you set within the app. It should do what you want.
This functionality is included in the free version for up to 5 Facebook profiles - if you want more than 5 profiles you'll need to upgrade to one of their paid ...
You can now schedule posts for a Facebook page.
You can prepare a post and schedule it to appear later by adding a date and time in the future before you post it. You can schedule a post up to 6 months in advance in 15-minute intervals.
From your Page's sharing tool:
Choose the type of post you want to add to your Page * Click the
I don't think Facebook provide any such feature except that download a copy of data. But you can hide your page from public by unpublishing it.
Unpublished Pages are only visible to the people who manage the Page.
From the Help Centre:
Unpublishing your Page will hide it from the public, including the people who like your Page.
To unpublish your ...
Without the brand name and power that the big-hitters like Ford, CNN, NBA etc have, I imagine that you won't be able to create a Page username less than 5 characters.
I would think that because these types of companies are so well known Facebook has given them special dispensation with regards to the rules and regulations on creating usernames for pages.
When you uncheck Always comment and post on your page as MyPage anything you post on the Page is visible only to some of your friends and people who are visiting the Page profile (i.e. it's not published to the News Feed of the Page's subscribers). Thus, such posts aren't "status" updates.
If you want to publish an actual status update to the Page's ...
As I said in the comments
I have read in some places that the username is held for a bit (a few weeks) before it's released. Now it's not to say it's not possible; Zuck had his personal profile merged with his page and got a permanent redirect on one, but it's whether Facebook is inclined to help every soul out there.
So it is possible some lag time is ...
after logging into said account
some of the options you will need to select are below the form is pretty self explanatory.
I have an inquiry related to usernames (ex: "acmeproducts" as used by the Page address "http://www.facebook.com/acmeproducts")
This username doesn't ...
I was just researching this exact same question for a client. I work primarily with authors and speakers, and this question comes up a lot. Here are the key things to note.
When you migrate a profile to a page:
you do lose the old profile. You have to create a new profile for your personal use. But if the idea is to clean up the profile, starting with a ...
To add reply feature to comments on your Facebook page, you need to follow these steps -
First of all go to your Facebook page and in the admin panel, click
Edit page > Manage Permissions.
Now scroll down to the bottom of the page and there you will see a
Simply check/tick this option to enable it.
Click Save Changes and you are done.
Backing up someone else's data without consent may violate TOS or laws of state you or they reside in.
Visit this information before trying to acquire someone else's data:
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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.
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 ...
It's because that's how Facebook have designed Facebook Groups.
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 ...