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Facebook Business Page Checklist [Part 2]: Optimise and grow your Page
Get the conversation started on your Facebook page by following these 11 steps
When you've fully completed your Facebook page, it's time to check that you're taking advantage of the features and settings that will help you optimise and grow your page.
With just a few simple tweaks to your Facebook settings, you'll have an even more professional-looking, successful and hard-working page, ready to engage your followers.
For example, did you know…
…you can invite people who are not your friends to like your page?
…you can send an automatic instant reply to anyone who messages your page?
…you can make the most of the See first feature to ensure your posts get seen?
Facebook Business Page Checklist [Part 1]: Get Your Page Ready
Make the most of your Facebook page by following these 9 steps
A fully completed and optimised Facebook page will create a professional, positive and trustworthy impression for your business.
Visitors to your page will find essential information about your business, what you offer and what you're all about, with clear contact details and calls to action. When you know you have a comprehensive Facebook page, you can enjoy focusing on engaging with your followers: posting great content, interacting with your followers and growing your page.
Get The Most From Your Time on Facebook
Take these 12 steps to customise your Facebook experience
How much time do you spend on Facebook?
Most Facebook users would admit it's difficult to tell, as time seems to disappear whilst scrolling, commenting, liking and posting on the platform - and notifications, pop-ups and viral videos all vie for our attention and keep us glued. The result is that many of us feel guilty about the amount of time we spend on Facebook.
Facebook Privacy Checklist: 12 Simple Steps To Make Your Facebook More Private
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and following the recent launch of GDPR, privacy is a hot topic these days and many of us are questioning how we can keep our personal information more secure. With Facebook in the spotlight, we're more concerned than ever about who can see what we're sharing on the world's most popular social network, and how our data is being used.
Can strangers see my email address?
Who can see my photos?
Is Facebook tracking me when I browse online?
We are earning, but is that living?
In the middle of winter I at last discovered that there was in me an invincible summer. – Albert Camus in ‘Return to Tipasa’ (1952)
Is it only through loss, pain or death that we gain clarity of purpose in our lives?
We live, therefore we must die. Though our days are numbered, we consider them countless. We spend our time carelessly.
Is just enough training enough?
If you don’t know how to do something, the odds are that the first thing you do is google it. Here are 6 quick tips for preparing training for new users in a world where digesting nuggets of learning online is the norm.