how do you merge duplicate Facebook pages. Believe it or not, it is very simple process that will take you less than a minute to do on your own.
You first need to either search “Request to Merge Your Duplicate Pages or you can follow this link, “Merge Duplicate Pages”, to go directly there. Once there you will first select the Facebook page you want to keep from the drop down list. This page should most likely be the page with the most “likes” and most recent information.
Today a friend of mine asked me how to block people who are not your friends on Facebook from sharing your images or posts. Let me first give my disclaimer. If you want to be private about anything, Facebook is not the place to be. Now that I have said that let me show you how to keep people from sharing your images and posts on Facebook.
Facebook used to have a limit on the amount of “likes” you had to have on your business page before you could change the username or customize the URL. The limitations have been lifted and now you can change the username or custom URL to your Facebook business page whenever you are ready.
If you would like to change the username / customize the URL for your Facebook business page just follow the simple steps below.
Many of us that use Facebook lists regularly thought that our Facebook lists had completely disappeared and we were all screaming our discontent by commenting in groups, commenting on each others walls, and even sending tweets. Facebook had just made a change that we felt was an #epicFail. I mean how could Facebook make such a change without asking us first. The nerve of them; just who did they think they were. Our nice neat lists categories we had grouped our Facebook Friends in were no longer nicely listed on the left side of our Facebook profiles and it was totally freaking us out. After doing a little digging I figured out they weren’t actually gone… they still there... and Facebook has done some tweaking that you will either love or absolutely hate.