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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by Guzzo856, Feb 28, 2011.
how do you do it where it says you own the business, and where people can say they work for you?
You need to create page. Click "Ads and Pages" button on the left of your FB page to get started. You will be the admin and then can invite friends to "Like" the page. . Business details can be added too. You will have options when you create it. If you have a web site you can add a "Like" button on it to link back to FaceBook. Give it a try. Pretty easy.
Here is ours
Hope that helps.
What is your intention with the FB page? What is the purpose? What do you plan to do with the page next month, two months from now, six months, a years from now?
Until you have good answers to these questions, you may be just wasting your time. If it is not maintained on a regular basis, it makes a negative impression for you, and may do more harm than good.
A good FB page could really be important for your business. But, having one for the sake of having one is NOT a good reason.
Where is the like button for this.... SO TRUE.....