However, I believe you can find your page, it’s just that when you enter NGO in the search box in Facebook it doesn’t show up. One reason is that their search function isn’t great, also they are changing their search function moving to social graph and that’s going to have an effect on the results. It seems weird to me, sometimes I can see without being logged in, other times, not at all. Thanks David Reply FB is always changing how they do things.
If you’re Facebook page is well optimized by having a filled out “about” page, link to your website, you post regularly, you have more than a handful of fans, you’ve got some engagement on the page etc…. (2) Feel free to leave the link to your Facebook page so we can take a quick look (3) These days (and this can change again any day – since Facebook is always changing how it functions) But, these days Facebook is wanting people to be logged-in, in order to view a Facebook page. The best choice is to follow best practices, and be sure you don’t have any settings checked that will limit your audience unnecessarily. I have a url that is three words when I went to set it up fb would not allow me to put spaces so I set up Inthecove.
As you mentioned not all have a FB account and its nice to be able for clients view our work via our page.
It does however show up if you type in inthecove no spaces.
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“Profanity Blacklist” If you have selected an option other than “none” your page will not be public. If you haven’t yet grabbed your copy of “The 13 Biggest Marketing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them” be sure to do so, it’s FREE and will help you kick-start your marketing plan! An earlier post mentioned that she had removed the 13 restriction from her page because it was acceptable for all ages. Reply A Facebook personal profile functions differently than a Facebook “page.” A page is typically for a business, brand, or organization.
Someone must be logged in, in order to view your page. The red arrows point to the four areas of restrictions. You’ll also get our monthly Newsletter filled with great marketing tips, current marketing trends and valuable information you can use for your business[/stextbox] Hi Aileen, Great info. There are a number of reasons it’s good to have your Facebook set to be seen by the public. One reason is that not everyone is one Facebook; hard to believe, we know. My questions about facebook is that I noticed over the weekend that the tagging is not working. So is mine, but I see no way to remove this restriction; 13 appears to be the least restrictive option available. and all of the options came up like my profile, home page, and everything like that. The way to know if you have a page (not a personal profile) is there will be a “Like” button under the cover photo near the right hand side.
Now enter in your Facebook URL, and when it pulls up your page do you see the generic Facebook page asking you to sign up or login? Someone must be logged in, in order to view your page.