Staying private on Facebook as a small business owner!
How to keep your personal profile separate from your business page.
This is the question that I am asked about the most.
A lot of small business owners are scared to create a Facebook page because either:
1. They don’t want to have a profile on Facebook or
2. They don’t want their potential customers to see their profile on Facebook.
Why you must have a personal profile on Facebook.
The truth is that you must have a profile to create a page and there is a good reason for this.
It’s to ensure that pages that are created have real people behind them that are accountable for the page content. That’s a good thing for your audience. It helps to ensure Facebook is an honest platform and that no one can hide behind an anonymous page.
BUT you don’t have to do anything with your profile unless you want to, and (most importantly), you can keep it completely private from your page so that no one can even see pictures of you, let alone see your profile.
How to keep your profile private (video tutorial).
In this incredibly short tutorial, I’ll show you how to make sure that your privacy settings are so high so that fans of your Facebook page won’t see your personal profile. It’s so simple that and it will completely remove the fear that you have from setting up a Facebook page for your business.
We will make this update on your personal profile (not your page). Have a look at his instructional video here or click the image below and help your private life stays private:
Feeling better about Facebook?
So, now I have put your mind at rest about being able to stay private on Facebook isn’t it time you got a page up and running for your small business? There are so many benefits for you to use it as a platform for creating relationships with your future customers.
So, let me help you get up and running. Join my totally free 7-day Facebook Bootcamp (a daily email course in plan English) and get your page set up and running inside a week.
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