How to Choose a Facebook Page Name

Choosing your Facebook Page name may seem impossible at first. You feel like you’re stuck with what you pick, so it better be something you’ll want forever! But that’s not quite the case – there is room for trial and error when you’re starting out.

This post will give you some quick tips for choosing a name for your Facebook Page – including how to get your Page found in a Facebook search – and how to change your Page name, because sometimes decisions are just too hard!

3 Tips for Choosing a Facebook Page Name

How you go about choosing your Facebook Page name will obviously differ depending on the type of Page you’re creating. Those who are creating a Page for business will have a different process than those who are creating a fan Page. In any case, here are a few tips to keep in mind when choosing a Facebook Page name:

Keep it simple

The Page title isn’t the place to get creative. Stick to your business’ name, TV show name, blog name, celebrity name, etc., without adding any cutesy cleverness to it. Think about what people will search for. Your Page title should match popular search terms, and if they’re familiar with your business or blog, they’ll type in your business name as it is.

Plus, keeping your Facebook Page name simple will ensure long-lasting relevance. Getting too trendy might backfire in the years to come. Facebook is showing no signs of slowing down, so choose a name users will be able to associate with for years.

Keep it short

The title should explain what users will find on the Facebook Page, but it doesn’t need to be more than a few words. Avoid stuffing your Page title with keywords so as not to appear spammy. Fans will be less likely to share content from Pages like that, and that can hurt your Page’s viral growth rate through Facebook.

The shorter your Facebook Page name the better it will look in an ad. Creating ads is vital to building your audience at first. A shorter Page title will fit the ad more neatly.

Be specific

Avoid using a completely generic name like “Sports” or “Running.” Facebook has been disabling updates for Pages with generic names because the network wants Pages to authentically represent businesses, celebrities and brands. Use the specific name associated with your business or fan Page.

Get Your Page Found in a Facebook Search

While you don’t want to get too creative with your Facebook Page name, there are a few tactics you can use to get your Page at the top of the list in a Facebook search.

If you’re not sure on your Page title, use keyword research to see what fans might be more likely to search for. Keeping it as simple as possible is often the best way to go. For example, MLB’s Facebook Page is simply “MLB,” not “Major League Baseball,” because fans refer to the brand as MLB.

When creating your Facebook Page name, use spaces between words. People type in the Facebook search just like they do Google – they’re going to type in “Dunkin Donuts” on Facebook, whereas on Twitter people might be more likely to type in “dunkindonuts.” This little trick helps ensure maximum visibility.

Lastly, you do have the ability to change your Facebook Page name, but refrain from doing this too often if you want to be found in the search engine. Google dings Pages when their titles change, so each time you do change your Page name you’ll lose some SEO points.

Don’t change your Facebook Page name unless you have to. In the beginning, however, before you have thousands of fans, you might not like the Facebook Page name you picked. That’s the perfect time to make a name change.

How to Change Your Facebook Page Name

Changing your Facebook Page name is easy. From your Page, on the left side, click About. Under General, click the edit link next to Name, and change your Page name.

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Facebook says it can take up to three days to review the request, but it typically gets approved rather quickly. There is a restriction that you can’t change your Page name more than once every seven days.

There’s not a whole lot that goes into a Facebook Page name, but getting it wrong can cost you a whole lot! Keep this tips in mind when deciding on a Page name, and you’ll start your path to a successful Facebook Page.

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5 Goals to Set When You Create a Facebook Page

Anyone can create a Facebook Page. But if you want to make some money from it, you need to do some planning. Like any business endeavor, you should have a clear vision of what it is you want to achieve, then make goals to measure your progress.

Whenever you start a new project – whether it be a new website, side hustle or even a Facebook Page – setting some benchmarks to achieve will give you something to work toward. It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of a new project. Too often people quit early on because they’re not sure what to do next.

Setting goals is a great way to keep moving forward. After you’ve created a new Facebook Page, here are 5 goals to work toward.

Goals for a New Facebook Page

Once you’ve found a niche you love and created your Facebook Page, the following goals will help you reach success:

1. Create Value

Sure, this goal isn’t as sexy as setting out to make X amount of dollars or gain so many likes, but it’s the foundation that makes earning a possibility. Without any valuable content, no one will Like or engage with your Page.

If people find value in the content you’re publishing, you’ll be able to keep and maintain their attention. Eventually, this will convert to dollars. With every post you publish, aim to provide value in some way. That could mean providing useful information, humor, entertainment, etc.

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2. Get 10,000 Likes

Focus on building your audience so you can generate a nice income from your Facebook Page. We recommend aiming for 10,000 Likes because that means you have a fairly large audience who will engage with your content and help it grow organically.

Facebook ads are the best way to build your audience for a new Page. Check out this post on how we used Facebook ads to get 10,000 Likes to our new Page in one month.

3. Get Your Cost per Like Down

When you create a Facebook ad for Likes, your cost per Like will start out higher and gradually decrease while the ad runs. This happens because Facebook automatically optimizes your ad to only show to people who are going to be interested in it. Every day, Facebook collects more data on the users who are responding to the ad by Liking your Page. Facebook uses that data to more accurately target new people the next day.

Aim to get your cost per Like down to $0.01 and $0.05.

4. Build an Email List

Whether you run a business Page or fan Page, Facebook can help you build your email list. Email lists are one of the most valuable tools you can have as a marketer. This gives you more ways to reach your fans and make sure they are seeing your content.

You can easily build an email list in two ways with FPTraffic: create an email newsletter that your fans sign up for or create a giveaway in which they’ll enter their email address.

5. Earn Your Money Back

Of course, you want to earn any money back that you spent on ads, and then some! Once you get to about 10,000 Likes, it becomes easier to monetize and generate income from your Page.

Monetize your Page by promoting affiliate links or funneling traffic through to your monetized website. FPTraffic offers the ability to promote and earn from major companies like Amazon and Ebay.

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Get on the right track by setting a few goals for your Facebook Page. When you have a clear path of what you need to do next, you’re more likely to stick with something and succeed. Start with these goals, and keep growing from there!

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How to Cross-Promote Facebook Pages and Increase Overall Reach

We all want our content to be seen by as many users as possible. Whether you’re looking for click-throughs to a monetized website or to convert prospects into customers, the higher reach your Facebook Page has the better results you’ll see.

One way to organically increase your reach is to cross-promote multiple Pages in the same niche.

Sure, you already put a lot of work into your one Fan Page or Business Page, so why would you want to make more Pages like the one you have? Keep reading to learn how cross-promoting multiple Pages can dramatically increase your numbers.

Create Multiple Pages in Your Niche

Why go through the trouble of making more Facebook Pages? Cross-promoting creates a huge opportunity to expand in your niche.

Facebook doesn’t display the posts for your Facebook Page to your entire audience. Instead, they pick and choose who to display your posts to. By building up multiple Pages in the same niche, you’re giving yourself more opportunity to reach your audience.

Here are a few more reasons to create multiple Pages in your niche:

Use Audience Insights to Determine Which Pages to Create

For some Pages, it’ll be clear to you how to branch off and create multiple Pages in the niche. For example, if you have a fan Page based on a popular TV show, you can create separate Pages for each major character and cross-promote that way.

The best way to branch out isn’t always that clear to see. In those cases, use the Audience Insights tool to see what Pages your existing Page audience is most likely to follow. This will help you determine which Pages to create around your original Page.

  1. From your Facebook account, access Ads Manager.
  2. From the Facebook Ads menu, click Audience Insights.
  3. When the prompt asks, Choose an Audience to Start, click People connected to your Page.
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  4. In the left sidebar, select the Page you’d like to use to guide your results.
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  5. In the top menu, click Page Likes.
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Build up Pages around the the ones with the highest affinity scores and it will be easier to cross-promote. Thanks to FPTraffic member Sam Frost for sharing this tip!

How to Cross-Promote Pages in FPTraffic

From your original Facebook Page, link out to the other Pages you’ve created in your niche. People who like your original Page are likely to like the Page that you share as well.

  1. Log into your FPTraffic account.
  2. Copy the URL to the content from your Page.
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  3. From the Content menu in your FPTraffic dashboard, click Link URLs.
  4. Select the Facebook Page you’d like to share the content on. Paste the URL into the box and click Schedule!
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The shared link will be added to your Page’s queue and will automatically post when its time comes around. Find the link in your queue and add a text description to increase engagement.

When the link is posted to FPTraffic, it will show the content from your original Page with a note at the top linking to the original Page.

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Increase Your Reach

FPTraffic members are seeing great results from cross-promoting Facebook Pages. Typically, you should see an improvement in your stats after cross-promoting Pages.

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You can then reach those new fans even more with cross-promotions!

While paying for Likes is a great way to build an audience, you want to do all you can to organically increase your overall reach. Create multiple Pages to expand in your niche, and cross-promote those Pages to reach more users.

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My First 2,000 Likes: A Beginner’s Journey with Facebook Fan Pages

If you’re just starting out in the world of Facebook Pages, how did it feel to hit your first 500 likes? What about 1,000?

My first fan Page just hit 2,000 Likes and I’m ecstatic! I have a community of 2,000 other people who get all my Friends jokes, who can’t help reacting to “We were on a break!” They love the show just as much as I do.

Michelle ChalkeyLet me back up and introduce myself before my Friends obsession scares you off. I’m Michelle, and I’ve been contributing to the FPTraffic blog from the beginning. But truthfully, my expertise lies in the blogging/writing aspect of marketing. I rely on Luke for all of the expert advice to effectively managing and monetizing Facebook Pages.

But as I began researching for the blog and learning more about how easy it is to create successful Facebook Pages, I wanted to get in on the fun too. I had been managing my Facebook Page for my freelance writing business with FPTraffic, but I became intrigued by all of the FPTraffic Facebook Group members who were doing so well with fan Pages.

Thus, I set to create a new Facebook Page. In just one month, my Page has gotten up to 2,400 Likes and the engagement continues to go up. I can’t believe how easy it was to get started, grow the Page and keep fans entertained!

If you’re thinking about creating a Facebook fan Page, don’t put it off any longer. The process is easier than you think, and the FPTraffic Fan Page email course is a great guide to follow. Here are some things that worked for me when creating my first Fan Page.

Don’t Overthink it

When I decided to create a Facebook fan Page, I knew I had to choose a niche I would love. That part was easy for me – I’m obsessed with the TV show Friends. I know the show so well that I could probably manually spit out quotes every day on my Page.

Since the show is such a classic, I figured there probably already was a fan Page or two out there. I thought about narrowing down to focus my Page on one character, like Luke did with his epic Page, Charlie Day Quotes. But when I looked into it, I saw that the existing Friends Pages weren’t posting regularly or hadn’t posted in a long time.

I went back and forth on this for a few days – do I go with a general “Friends TV Show Quotes” Page or a “Pheobe Buffay Quotes” Page? It’s easy to get caught up in these beginning decisions. Before you know it, you’ve talked yourself out of making a Page at all.

But here’s the thing – creating a Fan Page is free! You have nothing to lose. So, do a little research to see what already exists in your niche, determine whether there’s space for you, and if there is – jump on it! Don’t waste too much time worrying about what will be the best title or angle. You figure those things out as you go.

Choose Profile and Cover Photos Effectively

I started my Page with profile and cover photos that I thought were cute, but quickly learned that they weren’t as attention-grabbing when it came time to make an ad for the Page.

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My first profile photo

This image for my profile picture was hard to see in a News Feed and did not allow users to make an instant connection with the show. My new profile picture is bigger and shows more of one character’s face, allowing fans to connect the show with the post.

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My profile picture rendition. Who doesn’t know and love Rachel Green?

My initial cover image was a cute print of quotes from the show. I thought, how fitting, right?

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My original cover photo

Well, a cover photo containing only text is not nearly as attractive or appealing as the pretty faces of the Friends actors. I replaced it with a bigger image of the cast, which I think makes it more obvious that this Page contains quotes from the TV show rather than quotes about friendship.

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Much better!

The profile and cover images on your Page are static, so make them as strong and attractive as you can!

Create Your Post Schedule

In FPTraffic, you can create a post schedule to automatically post content to your Page at specific times without you having to do anything. I followed Luke’s advice of starting with 2 posts per day, at 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

Now that the Page has been up and running for a month and has a solid fan base, I can start posting content when my fans are most likely to see it. Using Facebook Page Insights, I can see that the majority of my fans are online at 7:00 p.m. I’ll adjust my posting schedule and add a third daily post at 2:00 p.m. to keep attracting more users to the Page.

Facebook Page Post Times

Start Finding Content

Now for the fun part – browsing Friends quotes! I used FPTraffic’s content sources to find high-quality images, videos and gifs all relating to my favorite TV show. There is a ton of content on Pinterest, and the FPTraffic Chrome Extension was awesome for scheduling images I found there.

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You can quickly run out of fresh content if you type the same thing into search engines every time. To mix it up, I’ve been searching for specific character quotes and images. Check out this post for more ways to find new engaging content.

Get Likes to Your Page

Getting Page Likes is crucial to succeeding with your Facebook Page. If you hope to monetize your Page, you’ll obviously do better the more Likes you have.

You might think it’s impossible to get tons of people outside of your own friends to Like your Page, but it’s more achievable than you’d think. I had never messed with Facebook Ads before I created my Page. Honestly, it just seemed scary to me. I quickly saw that not only are Facebook Ads cheap and easy to set up, but they are so effective in driving traffic to your Page.

Friends Facebook Page Ads for Likes

Facebook Ads for Likes are a budget-friendly way to get any Page up and running. News Feeds are overcrowded with content – ads give your Page a better chance of being seen by the right people.

Experiment

With my reach and engagement growing, I started having fun with more FPTraffic features. I created a giveaway for a Friends coffee mug, and I’ve sprinkled in a few Amazon products. Unfortunately, I didn’t see a lot of engagement with either of those yet, but I’m still learning. As I continue to study Facebook Page marketing, I hope to learn how to be more effective with giveaways and monetization. I’m still adapting to my new Facebook popularity!

Going Forward with Friends

Now that I’ve seen what is capable in one month, I’m excited to keep building this Page. I love the freedom FPTraffic allows me by scheduling my content for me. Heck, I spent an entire week in Mexico this month without looking at the Page once. My fan base continued to grow and people engaged with the content that was posting multiple times a day, all while I was on a beach sipping margaritas.

That’s how easy it is. If a newbie like me can get a Page up and running fast, so can you! What’s your passion? Your favorite show, singer or sports team? Create a Page, and let’s figure this out together!

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All Rick and Morty Case Study – 10,000 Page Likes in 1 Month

My name is Luke and I am the creator of FPTraffic. I’m one of those practice what you preach type of people so I decided to create a new Facebook Page last month to use as a case study on how you can launch a brand new Page and get it to 10,000+ Likes in a month.

First, let’s look at the Page I created.

All Rick and Morty

All Rick and Morty

I decided to create a fan Page for the TV show Rick and Morty because I already have a large audience that I know likes the show on another Facebook Page. It’s a new show, but it already has a great fan base.

I like to do Pages about TV shows because I really enjoy watching TV and I know they have monetization potential. These are two important factors when choosing a niche.

Once I had decided on Rick and Morty, the next thing I did was research a good username that was available on both Facebook and Twitter. I ended up getting @AllRickandMorty.

4 Steps to Start Your New Facebook Page

I created my Facebook Page, setup my Twitter, set my posting schedule, found some content and setup my Facebook Ads for Likes.

  1. Create your Facebook Page – The setup process for creating your Facebook Page is pretty easy and only takes a few minutes. Make sure you find or create a great Profile Picture and Cover Photo.
  2. Setup your Twitter – I signed up for Twitter to claim my Twitter username and connected it to my FPTraffic account. I use the same Username, Profile Picture and Cover Photo on both Twitter and Facebook to help establish my new “brand” and make the connection easy for my new fans.
  3. Set my posting schedule – I started posting 3 times a day (morning, afternoon, and night) and have made adjustments since then to post at my optimal times (more on that below).
  4. Find some content – It’s critical that you have some content for your new audience to engage with and FPTraffic makes it easy to find and schedule that content!

Setup Facebook Ads for Likes

Our strategy for growing Facebook Pages with FPTraffic can be summarized in 3 easy steps:

  1. Grow your Base Audience – These are the people who are going to engage with your content and help grow your Facebook Page organically. You can’t grow organically if you do not have anyone who Likes your Page. We use Facebook Ads to grow our Base Audience (example below).
  2. Post content consistently – Your audience needs content to engage with. FPTraffic makes it easy to find and post that content.
  3. Create value – By posting content consistently to your Base Audience (content they are going to enjoy and engage with) you are creating value for them. This is how you continue to grow your audience and the value of your Page.

To begin the process of growing your Page, you will need to setup Facebook Ads for Likes to grow your Base Audience.

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To grow my base audience for Rick and Morty, I created a Facebook Ad for Likes targeting people who are interested in Rick and Morty. The interest you choose to target is really important to helping decrease your cost per Like. Rick and Morty is not an overly competitive niche yet, so I was able to get my cost per Like down pretty quickly. You may need to test other interests as well.

Your goal should be to get your cost per Like between $0.01 and $0.05. For most niches, this should be possible. Here are some tips to help.

Tips for Creating Your Page Like Ads

When I create my Facebook Ads for Likes, I keep the advertisement as simple as possible. I’ve included a screenshot of the actual ad I am running right now (and the only one I tested) for growing my Rick and Morty Facebook Page.

There are a few things I do with every single ad:

  • When setting up my Ad Set for Page Like Ads, I typically only use the Mobile News Feed placement.
  • I only create a 1 Ad Set for each Campaign with 1 Ad and set my daily budget at $3.00.
  • Use your call-to-action in the ad text. For example, I’m specifically telling the person seeing my ad to Smash the “Like” button if they love Rick and Morty, which I believe they probably do because Facebook is targeting them with the Rick and Morty interest.
  • By default, Facebook will use your Page Cover Photo as your ad image, but you can change this if the one you have isn’t going to draw the attention of the person seeing your ad.

That is all you need to do to successfully setup your ad for Likes. Once your ad is created and approved, let it run for at least a week and watch your cost per Like each day.

Facebook Ads for Likes Daily Breakdown

As you can see, the cost per Like started at $0.14 per Like on the first day (December 8th) and decreased significantly within the first week of running.

This happens because Facebook is automatically optimizing your ad to only show to people who are going to be interested in it. Every day they’re able to collect more data on who is engaging with your ad (Liking your Page) and then use that data to more accurately target new people the next day.

It didn’t take long before I was only paying $0.01 per Like and that’s still what I’m paying today.

10,000 Page Likes

I set my goal in my mind for each new Facebook Page I create to 10,000 Likes. It’s my goal to get to 10,000 Likes because by 10,000 Likes, you have a fairly large audience who should be engaging with your content and helping grow your Page organically.

All Rick and Morty has passed 10,000 Likes and is getting fantastic engagement. In fact, over the past 7 days, the posts published by FPTraffic to my Page have been seen (reach) on Facebook over 1,000,000 times.

Facebook Page Engagement

What’s Next?

My Page has reached 10,000 Likes and has great engagement. Fantastic! What’s next though?

I will turn off my Ads for Likes soon and see how the Page does growing organically. Over time, I will capture most of the Rick and Morty fans without ads simply because my content will be shared so much.

I have hundreds of posts scheduled to be posted to my Page, but I will continue to add more and keep an eye on my most popular Page posts to see what is performing best.

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I also will keep a close eye on my peak times to post on my Page and adjust my FPTraffic posting schedule regularly to make sure I’m getting optimal reach.

Monetizing My Audience

As my Page grows and I continue to provide value for all my Rick and Morty fans, I will also begin working on ways to monetize the Facebook Page without hurting the trust I’ve developed with my audience.

One way to monetize the Page is to post Rick and Morty merchandise from Amazon. FPTraffic is completely integrated with Amazon so I can do a few simple searches using the Amazon tool and schedule products to post to my Page.

I’ll also begin adding content to my new Rick and Morty viral media site and funnel traffic from my Facebook Page to the website so I can generate ad revenue and potentially some affiliate sales as well.

Start Building Your Audience

I started building Pages over 6 years ago and today I reach millions of people every single day organically on Facebook without having spending a dime.

Start building your audience today and harness the power of social media to grow a massive reach. We have thousands of FPTraffic members who manage billions of Likes.

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How to Create a Facebook Page

If you’re one of the 1.18 billion users who log onto Facebook daily, you might feel like navigating the platform comes second nature to you. But you keep hearing about all the benefits of setting up a niche, business or brand Facebook Page, and you want to get in on the action. Suddenly, you realize you don’t know how to do everything on Facebook.

You want to create a Facebook Page, but where do you get started?

Creating a Facebook Page only takes a few simple steps and you can do it right from your own Facebook account. We’ll show you how to get your Page up and running so you can start monetizing it and reaping the benefits.

How to Create a Facebook Page

To set up a new Facebook Page, log into your Facebook account.

  1. On the left sidebar, under the Explore tab, click Pages.
  2. On the top right, click Create Page.
  3. Select your Page type.
    Facebook Page type
  4. Within the Page type you select, select the appropriate category from the Category dropdown.
  5. In the Name field, enter the title for your Page.
  6. Click Get Started.
    Page Category Dropdown
  7. In the About field, enter a description for your Page. If you have a website, Twitter or other social media account associated with your Facebook Page, enter that information in the Website field.
  8. In the next field, enter a username so people can easily find your Page. Stick with either the title of your Page or something close by. Read more on claiming a username for your Facebook Page here.
  9. Click Save Info.
  10. You’re then prompted to set your Profile Picture. Use either Upload From Computer or Import From Website, and click Next.
  11. Click Add to Favorites so you can easily access your Page from your Home screen. Then click Next.
  12. You can then set a Preferred Page Audience if you like. If you select specific interests, Facebook will target this audience more so than the general audience. Read up more about Facebook Audience Optimization here.
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  13. Click Save.

You now have your own Facebook Page! Don’t stop there. We’ve got a few more tips for you to set up a successful Page.

Next Steps

Your new Facebook Page is up and running. What do you do next?

First thing, add a cover photo that best represents your Facebook Page and complements your profile picture. Change your profile and cover photos regularly, keeping with seasons of the year or different themes to engage your audience.

Facebook Page Cover Photo and Profile Picture

If you’d like to add another administrator to your page, go into your Settings and click Page Roles.

Finally, it’s time to start posting content to your Page. Facebook Pages that see the most engagement post consistently every day, often multiple times a day. Sound exhausting? We’ve got an efficient solution for you.

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With an FPTraffic membership, you’ll also gain access to our exclusive guides that show you how you can earn money from your Facebook Page. New opportunities arise constantly and the FPTraffic Guides cover all the latest methods for advertising and monetizing your Facebook Pages.

Have questions on creating your Facebook Page? Feel free to contact us!

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