A lot of people have the misconception that it is difficult to use your Facebook Profile for business. While you’re not supposed to run your business from a Facebook Profile, you can leverage your profile to promote your Facebook Page.
There are a number of ways you can do this. For example, you can like your own Facebook Page and share updates from your news feed on your profile.
This will help let your friends and followers learn about your Facebook Page through the content that you share.
While this is a great way to grow your engagement, you can’t do this until you get people to like your Facebook Page.
So what can you do to create a more permanent way to promote your Facebook Page on your Facebook Profile for all of your friends and followers to see?
You’ve want to feature your Facebook Page on your Facebook Profile.
There are two ways that you can feature your Facebook Page on your Facebook Profile. We’re going to start with the easier one. To link your Facebook Page to your Facebook Profile, follow these steps.
How to add your Facebook Page to your Facebook Profile
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Blocking on Facebook is a skill that all Facebook users need to learn how to do.
For some reason though, when talking about blocking on Facebook, this seems to confuse a lot of users. With so many changes happening on Facebook all at once, this is understandable; however, you still need to learn how to block on Facebook. Today, we’re going to help you get over your fear of blocking on Facebook and learn how to do it right (and quickly).
Blocking on Facebook is really easy to do and it is something you can setup in just a few minutes. Let’s get started.
Why block on Facebook?
Chances are, at one point or another, you’ve received an unwanted invitation on Facebook. This could be from a user, an app, or an invite.
While you can delete the message you received, it does not get stop someone from sending you the same invitation again. It also does not give you back the time you wasted deleting that invitation.
To solve this problem, you need to use blocking on Facebook.
The block feature on Facebook let’s you setup five specific areas to block. These include:
- App invites
- Event invites
- Restricted list
Today, Facebook rolled out the new Facebook news feed. It’s big, it’s bold, and it’s beautiful – AND it should really help you get a grasp on updates in your news feed.
For anyone who has used the old Facebook news feed, you’ll know how difficult it can be to navigate. A lot of times, you miss out on important updates because it either gets buried in your news feed or because it gets lost between posts you are not interested in. Today, things change…for the better with the new Facebook news feed.
In today’s announcement, I heard words like visual, engaging, choice, and consistency. After seeing the new Facebook news feed, those words ring true. Facebook looks amazing no matter which type of device you’re on – a desktop, tablet or smartphone.
So what all has changed in the new Facebook news feed? Here’s a rundown.
About the new Facebook news feed
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When it comes to creating Facebook Groups, it is important to know about the different privacy settings that are available.
This way, when you’re setting up your Facebook group, you’ll know exactly what type of privacy settings to use.
Knowing the right privacy settings on Facebook Groups is important because this is how you’ll control who can see your group, who can join your Facebook Groups, and which members can see updates from your Facebook Groups.
The key thing to remember is that there are three types of privacy settings for Facebook Groups; open, closed, and secret. Here’s a breakdown on the privacy settings that you can use for Facebook Groups.
3 Types of Facebook Groups
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