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I want to share a post from my personal Facebook page to another page I created, how do I do that please?

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Facebook always says that. I have been back 19 times but with different email addresses. Go ahead and kill both pages and set the new one up. This would be a great time for a new fan email as well.

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What you are talking about is a facebook profile. It is against the Facebook TOS to create profiles (accounts) that are not of real people or to have multiple accounts. However you can create a page which works almost the same as an account (it has a wall, etc) but people become FANs of the page rather than friends. You can run your page from your personal account on facebook and the two will remain distinct (separate).

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Go to your personal facebook profile, bring your the mouser over your profile picture and an option should appear beside the picture saying "change profile picture" or "edit profile picture" click it. After that just browse through your pictures and select one or upload from your computer.

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I have two personal pages. Facebook has deemed my photography page as not personal. It has frozen the account and restricted me from accessing it.

Perhaps someone might have reported your photography timeline as 'this person is representing a business or an organisation'. Try submitting a goverment ID of yourself and perhaps a business permit [if that photography business is a real, physical store or shop] and explain to them that you will eventually turn it into a Facebook page [which is what Facebook policy has stated].

If still you can't regain access to your photography timeline BUT you're able to see it [meaning, it's still visible to the public], then perhaps you can just start downloading everything [pics, videos, etc], and you might want to take screenshots just for posterity, especially in the About section. Then move on. Create a Facebook page or a Facebook group - whichever is most appealing for you. Or you can do both. And take note, a Facebook page can Like a post in a Facebook group as long as that Facebook group is set to Public. Your Facebook page Liking any post in your Facebook group or your Facebook page sharing a post off your Facebook group is one way of promoting both of them. Try it!

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When I share something on a page I manage it posts as my personal page sharing the post. How do I share from the page I manage?

In the top right of your facebook next to the notification button is a drop down arrow. Click on this arrow and will bring down a menu of available pages for you to use. Select the page you manage (Aloe Health and Beauty) and it will make that your default option for sharing and posting.

Jan 20, 2015 | Facebook Social Network

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When posting every post goes to my personal page and I cant post to my business page

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Oct 01, 2014 | Facebook Social Network

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Cant get into facebookpage wont come up

The term "Facebook Page" is meant to refer to a page on Facebook created by a business or organization, rather than an individual person.

A true "page" has a "Like" button users can click on to start following.
But most users will refer to "my Facebook page" in a way that's synonymous with their Facebook profiles, the page that shows information a user has chosen to share about herself on Facebook.

There are a number of reasons you might be having trouble viewing either of these kinds of pages.
Trouble Creating a Facebook Page
If you want to create a Facebook Page for an organization, you must be an official representative of that organization.

For example, if you are a member of the congregation at a certain church, that doesn't give you the authority to create a page for that church; if you are the pastor or other person on staff at the church, you are an official representative able to create a page for that church.

Likewise, if you're a fan of a certain band or artist, you can't create a page for that artist, but you can create a Facebook Group and invite other fans to join.

For some famous people and recognized organizations, Facebook will need to verify that you are an official representative before it will let you create a page.

Page Not Yet Published

Facebook lets you work on your page in private before showing it to the world. So you can add items and generally set it up, but it won't be viewable by others until you click on the "Publish" button near the top right.

So if you think you've created a page but no one else can view it, or you can't view it from another computer, check to see if you "Published" it yet.

How to View Your Facebook Page Facebook doesn't really make it easy to find your Facebook Page.
If you are logged into Facebook with your personal account, you might think there should be a place that lists the Pages you are an administrator for.

But it's not that simple.
The best way to find it is to go to the Facebook Manage Pages page (see Below) to see a list of pages you administer.

Or you can type the name of your page into the search box at the top of Facebook.
Facebook Known Issues
Sometimes Facebook is really busy with lots of traffic from its millions of users.
At these times, whether you're trying to see your business page or just your personal profile, you may wait longer than normal or not be able to see certain features at all.

Sometimes this is cleared up on its own, and sometimes it takes awhile.
Facebook has a page that will tell you about issues it is working to fix.

Visit the page (see Resources) to see if there is something that's currently a problem, or "Like" it to see updates from this page right in your News Feed on Facebook.

Jan 01, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Unable to like or share in fb

Facebook's "Like" function allows you to express support or enjoyment for the posts your friends share to the news feed or your wall. When you "Like" a shared item, it notifies the original poster and anyone else who has liked or commented on the post. By using this function, you can participate in the discourse about the post without actually needing to type a single word.

Navigate to Facebook and sign in to your account. Locate the shared post you want to "like." Try scrolling through your news feed or navigating to the page belonging to the person who shared the post if you have difficulty finding it. Click the "Like" link, located below the shared post. You will see a message saying "You like this" under the link once the "like" has been successfully submitted. Share Articles on Facebook b> Facebook is increasingly used as a news source by its millions of users. Facebook friends and fans receive and share news of interest through status updates and links to outside articles. Sharing articles on Facebook is easy. You can share an article by posting it to your wall for your friends or fans to see, or you can send it to just a few friends by direct message.

b>Log in to Facebook with your email address and password. Click "Link," located to the right of "Share," near the top of your homepage. Copy the Web address of the article you want to share, and paste it in the box. Click "Attach." Add a message to the post if you wish, then click "Share." The article will appear on your wall and in the news feeds of your friends or fans. b> Posting Directly from Another Site b> Locate the share button near the article. This button may appear as "Like," "Recommend" or "Share on Facebook." Once you click it, a new box will open. Log in to Facebook if you have not already done so. Click "Post to Profile," then "Post," to share the article on your wall. b> Share Using Direct Message b> Click "Messages" from the left-hand column of Facebook. Select "+New Message" near the top of the page. Type the name of the person to whom you are sending the article. Add your message, and paste the link. Click "Send." Hope this helps.


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How to use face book in business networking?

Facebook has become an important part of a business Internet marketing strategy. Although the initial profiles are free, many people are paid to update business social networks and Facebook ads are available for purchase. If you are a business that wants to network with customers, or if you are a professional who wants to develop business contacts, Facebook can help. The largest growing demographic is young professionals who are over 35. You must decide what you want to get from Facebook Business and then find out how to become part of a networking community through educational, personal and professional posting.
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Aug 10, 2010 | Facebook Social Network

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yes you can all you have to do is create annother email account that is in your name and that will make a seperate account for you

hope that i could help!!

Jul 22, 2010 | Facebook Social Network

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Everytime I click on Face Book from my Computer, My personal page comes up. I want to create a seperate personal page that is not linked to my current personal page, Please Help

your personal page means your personal homepage?
ok you cant change your facebook home page layout as it is designed by facebook team. so you cant create any new home page.

Feb 25, 2010 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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