Tips for how to toggle between your Facebook Page and personal profile
Target audience: Nonprofits, foundations, social enterprises, cause organizations, NGOs, brands, businesses, Web publishers, educators, journalists, general public.
Facebook is a raging river most days. And that raging river can either feel like an exciting ride or a complete terror.
One thing that makes a huge difference is whether you can tie your tiny raft together with other rafts so that together, you achieve more than you could as individuals.
This video shows you how to Facebook (verb) as a Page:
- How to log in as a Page
- Viewing your notifications
- Viewing your most recent fans
- Viewing a summary of your Page stats
- Engaging with other Pages in your Page News Feed
- Re-posting updates from other Pages
- Tagging other Pages in updates
Are you using Facebook to nurture partnerships?
• The difference between posting as a brand and posting as a person on FacebookJohn Haydon delivers social web strategy solutions for “the quick, the smart, and the slightly manic.” Curious? Then visit the John Haydon blog, follow him on Twitter or leave a comment.
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This was really helpful and just the right length. Thanks!
Suppose you’re the page admin but you log in using your organization’s general email address (ie. [email protected]), does that change everything? I don’t see the same things on our org page that you show on the video. No newsfeed, friend requests, etc. We do get notifications on our Admin panel, but that’s it. Do I need to add myself as an Admin using my personal account?