On your homepage you will see the ‘Pages’ section on your left. Go to ‘Pages’ and click on ‘More’.
On the next page, simply click on ‘+ Create a Page’.
Step 2: Tell Facebook who you are & what you do
You will now have a few options to choose from to describe your page. Are you a local business, a brand or product or an artist…? Choose the one that best describes your business.
Step 3: Insert some basic information about your business:
When you’re done telling Facebook what your page is about, you need to insert some basic information about your brand. See a simple example below. You need to insert the following information:
- The name of your business
- Choose the industry the business is operating in
- Contact Number
Step 4: Add some more information:
After you’ve added some basic information about your company, you need to go into more detail. Complete the content sections as best possible.
Don’t forget to add a profile picture! Most companies choose their company logo as their profile picture in order for people to easily identify them.
Once you’ve completed the 4 stages in step 4, Facebook will take you to your page:
You now have a page with some basic information, but now you need to go into some more detail! Focus on the following:
Add a cover photo
Go to the ‘About’ tab underneath your profile picture. Insert all the relevant information under ‘overview’ and ‘page info’. Spend some time on your content – these sections are important, as it needs to tell your target audience who you are and what you do.
And there you have your own Facebook page in 5 easy steps!
Add a few posts, create some awesome designs and run a Like campaign or two, and your page is ready to go.
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