Facebook now has over 1.65 billion monthly active users. And as small business owners and brand managers, there’s a very good chance you’ll be able to reach and connect with your target audience through Facebook.

Great! So where should you start? And is there an easy blueprint to follow?

From creating our Facebook Business page to posting several hundred times over the past few years, we’ve experimented a lot with various Facebook marketing tips and have enjoyed figuring out the best way to create and manage our Facebook page here at Buffer. I’d love to share with you how the process has worked so far from start until now!

Since things continue to change regularly with Facebook and its algorithm, consider this A to Z guide as a great jumping off point for creating a Facebook business page and growing your audience. Start here, test what works for your individual business and brand, and make changes as you learn.

How to Create a Facebook Business Page in 5 Simple Steps

Creating a Facebook Business Page, Facebook, Facebook Business, Facebook Page

Step 1: Fill out your basic business info

Open the following URL to create a business page on Facebook:


Once there, you’ll choose one of the following six categories for your page:

  1. Local business or place
  2. Company, organization, or institution
  3. Brand or product
  4. Artist, band, or public figure
  5. Entertainment
  6. Cause or community

facebook create a page

Keep in mind that you can change the category and name later on if needed.

Also, at this stage, it might be helpful to know that a physical address figures prominently in the setup of a local business or place, and the actual Facebook page will appear differently as well.

Here’s the look for a local business:

facebook page business example

Here’s the look for a company or brand:

facebook page company example

It’s something to think about when choosing a category.

Following the category selection, the next setup screen will ask for a descriptive sentence or two about your page, a URL, a Facebook page URL, and a profile picture. If you’ve selected a local business, you’ll also have the ability to select category tags to further define what your store sells.

About your page – You get 155 characters to describe your page. This description appears prominently near the top of your Facebook page on both desktop and mobile. Be as descriptive and helpful as possible.

URL – The web address for your store, company, or brand.

Facebook URL / username – You may have the option to choose a custom vanity URL for your page, i.e. facebook.com/yourbrandname.

(Facebook will ask that you reach 25 fans first before you can unlock a custom Facebook URL)

Profile picture – Upload a main profile picture/icon for your page. This photo will appear as your icon every time you comment on a post or publish in a news feed. Square dimensions are best. Facebook will force rectangular photos to be cropped to squares.

Profile pictures should be at least 180 pixels wide by 180 pixels tall. Here is a full list of the sizes that Facebook uses for your profile picture in various places around the site:

  • The main profile image on your page – 160 x 160
  • In a news feed – 100 x 100
  • In your timeline – 86 x 86
  • Next to comments – 43 x 43

The final two steps in the setup process include adding your page to your main Facebook menu (so you can access it quickly and easy each time you log in) and setting up a Facebook ad to promote your new page. These options can be skipped for now.

Step 2: Create an awesome cover image in a snap (no designer required!)

facebook cover image size

By this point, your page is live for all the world to visit. Let’s see if we can make it look even snazzier.

First thing, add a cover photo. The cover photo appears across the top of your page and is a great opportunity to deliver a visual element that supports your branding, draws attention, or elicits emotion from your visitors. 

A note on ideal Facebook cover photo size and dimensions: 

Facebook cover photos appear at 851 pixels wide and 315 pixels tall on desktop, however, Facebook crops out some of each cover photo on mobile devices. It specifically strips out 144 pixels off the right and left sides of the image.

Therefore, Facebook cover photo dimensions are 851 x 315px, but only the center 563 x 315px portion of the picture appears on mobile.

You can certainly hire a designer to make you something fabulous, or you can go the DIY route. Many photo editing apps like Pic Monkey or BeFunky can help with creating images of just the right dimensions. If you’re a Photoshop user, we’ve created a couple of Facebook cover photo templates that might be helpful. Canva is another super helpful tool for Facebook cover photos as it comes with several premade templates that look great right out of the box.

Here’s an example of a Canva template you could choose. You can upload your own image to use as the background, and you can edit the text to say whatever you’d like. If you’re looking for high-quality image options, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite sources for free social media images.

Canva template

Once you have created your cover image, upload it to your page by clicking on the “Add a Cover” button.

add a cover facebook page

If you happen to upload an image that isn’t quite the exact dimensions of the Facebook cover, you’ll have a chance to move and edit the image to fit the available window. When you’re happy with the final look, you can click “Save Changes,” and you’ll be set!

Facebook cover example

Here’s a pro tip: When you upload a cover photo to your page, the photo is added as an update to your timeline. If you edit the description of the photo, you can add a message to the update. Click on the photo to open up the photo viewer, and you’ll notice a link that says “Add a description.”

facebook image add description

You can add description, tags, location, and date to your photo. Once you’ve finished, the update to your timeline will be changed to reflect your edits.

facebook cover custom update

Step 3: Fill out your profile completely

Next, you can fill out your profile even more by adding information to your Page Info section. To access this section, click on Settings in the top menu bar on your page, then click Page Info.

page info facebook

Your name and category will be filled in already. Some of the most helpful bits of information to add next might be:

Start Info – You can choose when your company or product was founded, created, started, or launched. This information will appear on the history timeline to the right of your page’s feed and as an update at the very bottom of your main feed.

Address – Enter this if you want people to be able to check in via Facebook when they’re near your place.

Long description & Mission – Add additional details that explain your business or brand even further. This is a great way to go beyond the 155 character description that appears on the main page.

Phone number / Email address – Add additional contact information.

All of these details will appear on the About tab of your Facebook page.

example about section facebook

Step 4: Add collaborators to your page

If you plan on sharing your Facebook marketing duties with a team, you’ll want to grant access for various folks and various roles.

Here are the roles that you can choose from:

Admin – Complete and total access to everything (you are an admin by default)

Editor – Can edit the Page, send messages and post as the Page, create Facebook ads, see which admin created a post or comment, and view insights.

Moderator – Can respond to and delete comments on the Page, send messages as the Page, see which admin created a post or comment, create ads, and view insights.

Advertiser – Can see which admin created a post or comment, create ads and view insights.

Analyst – Can see which admin created a post or comment and view insights.

To add collaborators, go to your page settings and the “Page Roles” section. You can type in the name of any Facebook friend or person who has liked your page. Alternately, you can type in an email address associated with a Facebook account.

Step 5: Publish your first post

Add content to your page by publishing a post—a status update, a link, a photo, a video, an event, or a milestone. New, fresh content on your page will make it look all the more enticing once new visitors come over to check it out.

Keep in mind that visual content does exceedingly well and that Facebook is now ranking Live Video higher in people’s news feeds.

Here’s a telling graphic from a BuzzSumo study showing how Facebook posts with images receive 2.3x more engagement than those without photos.

Facebook, Facebook Engagement, Facebook Marketing, Facebook Pages

And there you have it!

Your Facebook Business page is up and ready to deliver awesome content to your fans and grow into something wonderful.

Read on to learn more about growing your Facebook page and posting best-practices!

How to gain your first 100 fans to your Facebook page

The temptation might be to share your Facebook page right away with all your Facebook friends. Not so fast. Take a moment to think strategically about your plan and to seed your page with content so that it looks inviting and engaging when visitors do stop by.

Publish three to five posts before you invite anyone. 

Then try out one of these strategies to get to your first 100 fans.

Invite your Facebook friends

Facebook has a built-in feature to tell your Facebook friends about your page. Click on the Build Audience link in the top right corner of your page, and choose Invite Friends from the dropdown.

Facebook page setup

You can then pick and choose which friends you’d like to invite, and you can drill down into specific sections of friends, filtered by location, school, lists, and recent interactions.

Once invited, your friends will receive a direct message with an invitation to your page. You won’t have a chance to edit the message they receive.

Invite your coworkers

One of the best sources of social media promotion for your company could very well be your coworkers. Ask everyone who works with you to like the page and—if willing—to recommend the page to any friends who might be interested.

Promote your Facebook page on your website

Facebook offers a full complement of widgets and buttons that you can add to your website to make it easy for website visitors to like your page.

One of the most ubiquitous plugins is the Facebook Page Plugin. With Page Plugin, you can easily embed and promote any Facebook page without visitors ever having to leave your website.

Facebook Page Plugin, Page Plugin, Facebook

Promote your Facebook page in your email signature

One of the most visible places you might find to promote your page is in your inbox. Edit your email signature to include a call-to-action and link to your Facebook page.


Hold a contest

Facebook contests can be huge for gaining likes on your page. Two of the best apps for creating contests are ShortStack & Gleam which help you create custom campaigns to drive Likes to your page (or email capture or fan engagement or any number of different ideas you might have).

What to post and when to post it

In general, there are three main types of posts you’re likely to publish on your Facebook feed:

  • Photo/video
  • Text update
  • Links

As mentioned above, posts with photos garner 2.3x more engagement than posts without photos. 

Definitely make visual content a huge part of your Facebook strategy as well as your larger social media marketing plan.

As far as the frequency with which to post, Facebook’s algorithm changes have made research into the topic rather difficult. The consensus seems to be to experiment as much as possible. As often as you have fresh, compelling content to share on Facebook, give it a try. Try testing post frequency in week-long intervals so that you can measure the results quickly.

With that, we recommend being consistent with your content. When your content is good, your audience will start to expect it on a regular basis. Even if you’re only producing enough content to post to Facebook once per day, try to stick to that schedule.

Social media scheduling apps like Buffer help make this easy by letting you schedule posts ahead of time. You can add to a queue so that your page always has fresh content being posted automatically on schedule.

Ideal length and timing of Facebook posts are another area you might want to experiment with.

HubSpot collected a ton of research from the folks at CoSchedule and from a variety of sources, including QuickSprout, SurePayroll, The Huffington Post, Buffer, TrackMavenFast Company, and KISSmetrics.

Their takeaway:

Facebook Posting, Facebook, Managing Facebook 

As far as ideal length, we partnered with our friends at SumAll to place the data and insights into a fun infographic. What we found was that Facebook posts with 40 characters receive 86% more engagement than those with a higher character count. 

Facebook posting strategy, facebook, managing facebook

How to tell what’s worked and what hasn’t

After sharing posts, you’re likely to want to know how they did. Your social media management tool would figure to have some built-in analytics that can help you better understand how your posts performed. Here’s a peek at what the Buffer for Business analytics look like:

Buffer for Business, social media analytics, Buffer Analytics

You can also gain a huge number of stats and numbers from Facebook Insights.

Once you’ve shared several pieces of content to your Facebook page, you’ll see an Insights tab at the top of your Facebook menu, between Activity and Settings.


At the top of the Insights page, you’ll see your Page Likes, Post Reach, and Engagement stats for the week, along with a comparison to the same stats from last week.

facebook insights

Another neat area to check is the demographic information on the people who visit and engage with your page.

Click on People from the Insights menu, and you can drill down into demographic information of your fans, the people reached by your posts, the people who engage with your post, and the check-ins you receive at your physical location.

Here’s an example from Buffer’s page insights about the people reached by our posts.

facebook insights demographics

One of the newest features of Insights is the “Pages to Watch” section at the bottom of the page. You can add other pages that you want to monitor—a great way to grab some competitor research and take inspiration from the way that other pages market themselves.

To add a page, simply click on the Add Pages button at the top of the section.

add pages facebook

Search for the name of the page you want to watch, then click to add it to your watch list. Once a page has been added, you can click on the name of the page from your Insights dashboard, and you’ll see an overview of their best posts from the week.

Facebook Insights

Now I’d love to turn it over to you!

What Facebook page tips and advice do you have? What have you learned along the way? Is there any part of the Facebook page creation and management process you’d like to know more about?

Excited to hear from you in the comments!

Oh, and by the way: Buffer can help you drive more Facebook traffic and engagement in less time. Sign up for free and see how it works for you!

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in 2014, but we’ve updated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness for your reading pleasure. – Brian

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  • http://bebrainfit.com Deane Alban

    It was very synchronous to see this article this morning. Just in the past few days I’ve decided to move Facebook up my priority ladder. What I’ve found immediately is that my crowd really loves memes as opposed to articles. However, I find that when I use Buffer for images “what I see is not always what I get”. Sometimes images are thumbnail on FB and sometimes they are cropped so I’ve been adding images where size matters to my Facebook queue manually. Are there any tips to use Buffer to better effect?

    • http://blog.bufferapp.com Kevan

      Hi Deane! That’s a great question! Curious, do you notice the image issues when you’re sharing a link or when you’re sharing an image directly? I’m wondering if maybe the aspect ratio might have something to do with it – of course, you might have already thought about this! Would love to help you get to the bottom of this quirk!

      • Facebook Frustrated

        Question. A biz page needs to be attached to a person’s page. Can you set up a BRAND page without having it be attached to a persons page? (The attached “person’s” page cant be hidden, very frustrating). AND can I change a previously set up biz page, now attached to an employee who quit, into a BRAND page (as that might be easier) – and how? Many thanks!

        • http://blog.bufferapp.com Kevan

          Hi there! These are great questions! I’d be happy to share what I understand about the process. 🙂

          From what I’ve learned, brand and business pages work in the same way, you must be logged in to a personal profile in order to create the page. Moving ownership and administrators around once the page is set up should definitely be possible! If an employee has left, you can go into your page settings and remove him/her from having any page access.

          Hope this helps!

          • Facebook Frustrated

            How do you remove the employee from having access if its “tied” to their personal page? Thanks!

  • Jenny

    Hey, Kevan! Thanks so much for mentioning AgoraPulse in your article! We are big advocates of engagement so it’s great that you mentioned our Top Fans feature 🙂 If you have any questions please feel free to reach out ~ Jennt

    • http://blog.bufferapp.com Kevan

      Thanks, Jenny!

  • http://www.makingthemostofme.blogspot.com Tessa

    Be upbeat. Start the day with something motivating, comforting in the afternoon and exciting at night.

    • http://blog.bufferapp.com Kevan

      Great advice, Tessa! Love the thought you’ve put in here for different times of day. 🙂

    • Emily Kuenstler

      that IS so smart! thank u!

  • Andrew T

    Thanks for the article, Kevan! I totally agree with your point that Facebook (as opposed to Twitter) is much more visually oriented.

    As the social media manager of a mid-sized B2B company in the janitorial supply industry, I’m very close to giving up on Facebook and focusing exclusively on other social media channels. This is because I do not have clearance yet from my supervisors to use paid advertising on Facebook. Because of this, nearly all of our posts reach only about 10% of our FB followers. I feel there is not much point to investing more of my time in our FB page, unless we decide to use paid advertising.

    Twitter, on the other hand, seems to be much more effective for us. We have over 800 followers, consistently use Buffer to tweet several times daily, and do NOT use paid advertising on Twitter (yet).

    Any preliminary thoughts on how we might be able to revitalize our company FB page?

  • Antonio Pastor Serrano

    Para los que no somos expertos, éste tipo de informaciones son bastantes buenas e instructivas. Gracias Kevan Lee.

    • http://blog.bufferapp.com Kevan

      ¡Impresionante! Me alegro de que haya disfrutado de esta. ¡Salud !

  • Mallory Johns

    Great article as always Kevan! Do one for Twitter next 🙂

    • http://blog.bufferapp.com Kevan

      Thanks, Mallory! That’s a super idea to tackle Twitter next. I’ll put it on our content board! 🙂

  • PortTalbotLife

    Great article do one on the mind and workings of the woman’s mind…..lol

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  • http://net24bizdev.com Michael Klasno

    Thanks for the great info. I agree with Deane Alban, the timming of this article was perfect, I have a new client who wants us to considerate strictly on Facebook, they don’t even want a website. That is a first for me, a one dimensional marketing plan.

    Not sure how that will work out? One thing for sure, this will hone my Facebook Marketing skills and that is a good thing.

    • http://blog.bufferapp.com Kevan

      Hi Michael! Wow, that’s a very targeted strategy indeed! I’d love to know how it works out for you/them! 🙂

  • http://www.computershowto.pro/ Attila Szabo

    Unfortunately, not all things that work in US / UK, mainly english-spoken countries, also work elsewhere; the info is ok, I usually do all these things and even more, on administered pages, but since the auditorium is hundreds of times smaller, obviously, strategies that work for potential millions of people, won’t work for groups of only tens of thousands;

    • http://blog.bufferapp.com Kevan

      Great point Attila! Thanks so much for adding your perspective here!

    • http://inspired4more.com/4corners smartincome365

      I beg to disagree, humans are the same we may have cultural difference but we certainly think alike and caused a lot on engagement on page will also cause engagement on your, as far as they can understand…

  • Eve Geisler

    Wow…if a business posted every 3 hours, I would delete them from my feed. That is way too frequently for my taste.

    • http://blog.bufferapp.com Kevan

      That’d be a lot of posts, right? I think the hypothesis might be that your content rarely *all* gets through to a person’s feed, so by posting every 3 hrs, you’re maximizing your chances. Definitely fits best for certain industries/niches, though! Thanks, Eve!

      • http://www.spaghettiagency.co.uk Todd

        I agree with Kevan here. You WON’T see all those posts as a fan. Facebook won’t let them all through and if they do they’ll be big hitters and the fans would WANT to see them

  • Lily Lee

    Thank you Kevan. Like all your articles. It’s always very detailed and comprehensive.

    • http://blog.bufferapp.com Kevan

      Thanks, Lily!

  • http://hedstrominternetconsulting.com/ Steve Hedstrom

    Thanks for another gem Kevan! In managing multiple Facebook business pages of my own as well as SMM for other companies, I can say this is a very detailed and simple to use guide. One thing i have been doing for a while and have seen good results from is after posting as the business page, interact with the post as yourself. (like, comment, share, etc). This is even easier that before, with the new update drop down to change what profile you are using when on the business page. I have seen stats increase dramatically by using this technique. Have a wonderful Wednesday! 🙂

    • http://blog.bufferapp.com Kevan

      Great tip, Steve! Love this! Thanks for sharing. May I ask which stats you’ve seen increase dramatically? I’m guessing maybe engagement and reach?

      • http://hedstrominternetconsulting.com/ Steve Hedstrom

        Your guess is correct and you get a gold star today Kevan. Engagement stats increased with self-interaction with business profile technique: reach, post clicks, likes comments, and shares.

  • Akeel Jabbar

    Excellent detailed step by step article. Thanks for sharing!

    • http://blog.bufferapp.com Kevan

      Thanks, Akeel!

  • http://www.joeabrahamlive.com/ Joe Abraham

    Very helpful post, Kevan. Thanks!

  • Dörte

    Thanks for a great inspirational article. Just one more question: what would be the best size for an image or photo on a Facebook post, so it doesn’t get cropped and looks good on your company page and in people’s news feeds – regardless of whether they use a computer, tablet or smart phone?
    Thanks 🙂

  • Travis Wright

    Is this available in PDF for printing?

  • Shinyi Tai

    I just found out today that I am unable to like other business pages using the pages I managed. Last week I was still able to. Did Facebook remove this function?

    • http://www.spaghettiagency.co.uk Todd

      They changed it around. Now you have to go to ‘Pages Feed’ on the left hand side and then click the green ‘Like other Pages’ button to do that.

  • leeroy

    Hi, I’ll be sure to use these tips when creating my first page. One question though – is there a way of transferring specific posts from my personal profile to my new fan / business page? If I can I would like to move specific conversations over.?

  • http://BestOfTheNorthState.com Jason Ray Stovall

    just curious is this article up to date with FB latest changes?

  • superseiyan

    Nice post. What are the practical benefits of liking a company page as a company page? Do you see their posts on an exclusive feed?

  • tamara weibel

    So Im knew to all this and your article is fantastic Kevan! Thank you!
    The question I have is this.. Is is acceptable to post sayings, photos, articles, videos, etc regularly that are not related to your business? Eg if you are a plumber, do you just have to post on plumbing or can you post on completely unrelated things that you think your audience might like?

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  • Michaela

    Hi – does anybody know what happens with a business page on FB when a business gets sold? Can you transfer the business page to a new user on FB?

    • Sophie

      As long as the new user on facebook is a liker of the page, that person can be made an admin, and then the previous owner can delete themselves or the new owner can remove them as admin, and that way the new owner can have complete control over the page

    • Kelsey

      My assumption would be to add the new owner as an admin of the page, and then have them remove you (or whoever the previous owner is) from the admin list.

      I know this is probably six months too late, but thought I’d throw the answer out there anyway! 🙂

  • Paul Semafo

    Hi Kevan, thanks for all your perfect tips, i’m a brandnew user of business FB and i’m wondering that my private profile and name pops up in my business page when i change something in may private one. How should i handle to hide my private name on business page?

  • Robert

    Is it possible to create a page and set it up prior to it “going live” immediately?

    • http://blog.bufferapp.com Kevan

      Hi Robert! Thanks for the great question. I’m not aware of a way to hold onto pages before they’re live (Pinterest has a secret boards function that sounds a bit like what you might be after). 🙂

    • Ali McLeod

      Yes it is you simply do not Publish it until you are ready, but have everything you need, as in details , description, pictures etc and sit and play around with all of those until you are happy, then publish 🙂

  • http://www.sscsworld.com/ Akash Agarwal

    Thanks a lot for sharing knowledge on creating Facebook business page or fan page. This is really very useful.

  • Sahed Abu Sayed

    its a great tutorial i have ever seen if you find similar topics
    please see hear

  • Eiron
  • Mathew Arts

    Hi Kevin! You’ve got an awesome post. This surely a helpful step by step guide to create a fascinating page. Thanks a lot for your post. I like the comment of Tessa, that great advice.

  • Besoh

    Thank you, very detailed article.

  • Alex Laviolette

    Thank for those great tips !!

    I started to post some great articles some times, and I learned that it’s a great way to reach a lot of people ! I think that people will be more concerned about what the articles talk about and will probably share it to is friend. And people who will see the article, will see the provenance of it (your business page). I had some great results posting articles and blog post.

  • Shannon Scheidell

    Inviting employees is a big part of the equation. It’s all about building a community and sharing the essence of the company, and that includes the real-life people behind the scenes as well.

  • Tara Macgregor

    Great, easy to follow advice as usual. Thanks. One thing I also advise people to do, to build up their fan list, is to occasionally send out an update on their Facebook personal profile from their Facebook page. That way, if some of your Friends haven’t liked your page yet, your update might just give them the little nudge they need.

  • KimberlyAZ

    This makes it sound like you can create a business page *without* having it tied to a personal account, but I don’t think that’s the case. I would LOVE it if this was true – one of my (many) frustrations with Facebook is that my personal account keeps getting more and more tangled up with the page I administer for my job. Things got even worse with the changes to Pages that were rolled out last month.

  • Ekaterina Barkho

    Hi Kevan! Thank you for the helpful article. I was wondering if you could advise on managing different FB pages. Facebook gives you the option to chose who you comment as, but only on the laptop. So I am always worried to comment/like as the wrong page when on my iPhone… How do you deal with that?

    • Secret Pie

      Hi, there is a specific Facebook Pages app that will make this easy for you (it has an orange flag as the app icon to help you find the right one). Install that on your iPhone and as long as you are logged in then it will let you switch between your business pages and post, comment and reply as a page. Really easy to use 🙂

      • Ekaterina Barkho

        Thank you. I do use the Facebook Pages app, which is quite good for stats and notifications. But when I am in the main FB app, it can get so confusing! It doesn’t allow you to choose who you are commenting as. Plus you cannot view the page as a “page visitor” (which is an option on the desktop version of FB). Any idea on how to go around this? 🙂

  • http://www.TheSeanaMethod.com/ Seana Turner

    Very helpful! Used one of the tips already.

  • Anna Williamson

    My biggest frustration is that as of the last few months, I can no longer upload pictures/videos from my phone to the page I admin. I have to email it to myself, use my desktop to upload the picture, which is a cumbersome process that’s really limiting my posts. Has anyone found a way around this yet?

    • Sankesh Prabhakar

      Have you downloaded Pages Manager from the app store? Very convenient for that.

  • Helle

    Hi Kevan … thank you for sharing your great post … I have a personal account that I thought I set up as a business account, but realize I did not, and wonder if there’s a possible way to change it from a personal to business account ? I’ve checked facebook help pages, and cannot seem to find, and it appears that it’s not possible, but wonder if you have a suggestion and can do, so I don’t have to create yet another account … Very best, Helle

  • Greta Psaila Savona

    Thanks for this – wondering if you know why link posts images sometimes take up the whole space with the text below and sometimes a little space on the side with the text on the right?

  • Karen Lee Mack

    Thank you for updating the article, just what I needed right now.

  • Elisa Garcia

    Im in the category page and i peak company and the i choosed the organization option, it asks me abut my name it says that creating content with this name is nos allowed try another name, theb i try another name and it says that is not the same as my profil name. I try woth other categories and it wont let me. What can i do?

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  • Ripudamanbir Singh

    i cant setup a username for the page i created a local business page but i couldn’t create a username

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  • Jessica

    This is great, thank you! Any way to to invite followers of one business page to like another business page. I have 3,000 followers on a related business page and I want to invite all those folks to like the new page!

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  • Bart Puszko

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  • Anderson Grey

    Hello friend, i want to share my testimony on how i got my BLANK ATM card which have change my life today. i was once living on the street where by things were so hard for me, even to pay off my bills was very difficult for me i have to park off my apartment and start sleeping on the street of Vegas. i tried all i could do to secure a job but all went in vain because i was from the black side of America. so i decided to browse through on my phone for jobs online where i got an advert on Hackers advertising a Blank ATM card which can be used to hack any ATM Machine all over the world, i never thought this could be real because most advert on the internet are based on fraud, so i decided to give this a try and look where it will lead me to if it can change my life for good. i contacted this hackers and they told me they are from Australia and also they have branch all over the world in which they use in developing there ATM CARDS, this is real and not a scam it have help me out. to cut the story short this men who were geeks and also experts at ATM repairs, programming and execution who taught me various tips and tricks about breaking into an ATM Machine with a Blank ATM card.i applied for the Blank ATM card and it was delivered to me within 3 days and i did as i was told to and today my life have change from a street walker to my house, there is no ATM MACHINES this BLANK ATM CARD CANNOT penetrate into it because it have been programmed with various tools and software before it will be send to you. my life have really change and i want to share this to the world, i know this is illegal but also a smart way of living Big because the government cannot help us so we have to help our self. if you also want this BLANK ATM CARD i want you to contact the Hackers andersonhackers22@gmail.com

  • Anderson Grey

    Hello friend, i want to share my testimony on how i got my BLANK ATM card which have change my life today. i was once living on the street where by things were so hard for me, even to pay off my bills was very difficult for me i have to park off my apartment and start sleeping on the street of Vegas. i tried all i could do to secure a job but all went in vain because i was from the black side of America. so i decided to browse through on my phone for jobs online where i got an advert on Hackers advertising a Blank ATM card which can be used to hack any ATM Machine all over the world, i never thought this could be real because most advert on the internet are based on fraud, so i decided to give this a try and look where it will lead me to if it can change my life for good. i contacted this hackers and they told me they are from Australia and also they have branch all over the world in which they use in developing there ATM CARDS, this is real and not a scam it have help me out. to cut the story short this men who were geeks and also experts at ATM repairs, programming and execution who taught me various tips and tricks about breaking into an ATM Machine with a Blank ATM card.i applied for the Blank ATM card and it was delivered to me within 3 days and i did as i was told to and today my life have change from a street walker to my house, there is no ATM MACHINES this BLANK ATM CARD CANNOT penetrate into it because it have been programmed with various tools and software before it will be send to you. my life have really change and i want to share this to the world, i know this is illegal but also a smart way of living Big because the government cannot help us so we have to help our self. if you also want this BLANK ATM CARD i want you to contact the Hackers andersonhackers22@gmail.com….