How to Remove Facebook Pages in FPTraffic

Do you get overwhelmed when you log into your FPTraffic account?

It might be time to de-clutter. You can easily remove any Facebook Pages from your FPTraffic account so that only the Pages you’re actively managing appear in your dashboard.

Make space in your account for the important Pages by removing any Pages you aren’t an admin of. Then, each time you log into FPTraffic you’ll be greeted with a neat, organized display of your active, successful Facebook Pages.

Remove Facebook Pages from Your FPTraffic Account

It’s a good idea to remove any Facebook Pages from your FPTraffic dashboard that you aren’t actively working on. They will still be associated with your account and you can choose to bring them back at any time. For you type A’s out there, it doesn’t hurt to keep your dashboard neat and organized by removing those Pages.

Or you might choose to remove a Page because you’re no longer an admin of it. When you’re removed as an admin, the Page still shows up in your FPTraffic account although you cannot add any content to it.

Removing a Facebook Page from your FPTraffic account is simple. Log into your FPTraffic account. On the Page you’d like to remove, click the red X. FPTraffic asks if you’re sure you want to remove the Page. Click Ok.
How to Remove Facebook Pages in FPTrafficYour dashboard will refresh and the Page will no longer be there. But don’t worry! The Page isn’t permanently gone.

Manage Removed Pages

You can always choose to add your removed Pages back into your FPTraffic account and continue managing them.

From your dashboard, click the Pages dropdown in the top menu. Then click Removed.

Manage removed Pages

All of your removed Pages will be displayed here. Simply click Add in the right-hand column on any of the Pages to add that Facebook Page back to your FPTraffic account.

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How to Delete a Page from Facebook

Removing Pages from your FPTraffic dashboard does not delete them from Facebook, only from showing up in your FPTraffic account.

To delete a Page from Facebook altogether, you must be an admin of the Page. At the top of your Page, click Settings. From the General tab, scroll down and click Remove Page. Then click Permanently delete [Page name]. Facebook prompts you again to make sure you’re serious about this, click Ok.

When you delete a Page in Facebook, it is permanently deleted and you will not be able to get it back.

Removing Pages from your FPTraffic account can help you to better manage the Pages you are actively managing. Cleaning up your social media can help you stay organized and feel less scattered while you’re working on your Pages. There’s always a lot going on with Facebook – do what you can to minimize the unnecessary distractions and keep your focus on the right Pages.

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The Blogger’s Guide to Facebook Pages with FPTraffic

If you run a blog, you know how crucial it is to have a social media presence. With 1.8 billion people on Facebook, the platform is the best way to get your name out there and gain traffic to your blog.

Whether you write about food, fashion, tech, or lifestyle topics, every blog should have a corresponding Facebook Page that works to attract readers. But blogs and Facebook Pages differ on just about every level, including the content shared, the design and even the way fans interact. How can a blogger optimize their Facebook Page to get more traffic through to their blog posts?

In this post, we’ll share our best tips for creating and running a successful Facebook Page that funnels traffic back to your blog, increasing your overall readership.

How to Set Up Your Blog’s Facebook Page

First you’ll need to create a Facebook Page for your blog. From the arrow dropdown in your Facebook account’s toolbar, click Create Page.

You’ll then be asked to select a category for your Page. Most blogs fit well with the “Websites” subcategory under “Brand or product.” If you see another category that describes your blog better, go for it!

Facebook Page Types

  • Enter the title for your Page. Keep the name of your Page the same as your blog title to ensure consistency.
  • Claim a username for your Page. Try to keep it as similar to your blog title as possible.
  • Fill in the About section. Tip: Include a link to your blog!
  • Add a Learn More button that links to your blog.

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  • Add a profile and cover photo that best fit with your brand and niche. Tip: Update your cover photo regularly either to fit with a season, holiday, or to represent a course or e-book launch.
Naturally Ever After cover photo
I used Canva to create an image that tells more of what my blog is about.

Once you’ve created your Page, it will show up in your FPTraffic account and you can manage it from there.

Now that you’ve got the basics of your Facebook Page covered, let’s talk about how to make the most of your presence there.

FPTraffic Tools to Attract Blog Readers

Your Facebook Page is a way for you to extend the reach of your blog’s purpose in smaller snippets. Using various forms of content, you can attract more fans to your Page and ultimately more readers to your blog. FPTraffic offers several features that allow you to manage your Page efficiently and effectively.

Automated Post Schedule

Although the main purpose is to post links to your blog, you need to post various types of content on your Page consistently to keep your fans engaged. FPTraffic’s automated posting schedule makes this easy for you. Start by creating a post schedule of 2 or 3 times a day.

WordPress Feature

The next thing you’ll want to do is connect your blog’s RSS feed to FPTraffic. Using the WordPress feature, you can automatically schedule new blog posts to publish to your Page. You can choose to automatically add new posts to your schedule or manually choose which posts you’d like to add.

Tip: Always add a description for links to your blog posts. Give your readers a teaser to what you’ll be talking about and show them why your content is of value to them.

Bonus tip: Add an emoji to your description!

Content Sources

As we stated before, your Facebook Page will have more success if you post a variety of content in addition to links to your blog posts. Use relevant images, video, gifs and memes. Occasionally, share articles from other bloggers in your niche. Be sure to tag them when you share their content!

With every post, aim to provide value in some way. Whether it be educational or entertaining, your content needs to be valuable to get your fans to engage with it.

FPTraffic has 8 content sources with thousands of valuable images, videos and more to add to your post schedule. Also try out the FPTraffic Chrome extension to grab images from Pinterest and Instagram!

How to Grow Your Audience and Interact With Fans

FPTraffic gives you the tools to maintain a consistent Facebook presence, but you will have to do some work to grow your fan base and keep them engaged. Here are a few tips to on building and maintaining a successful Facebook Page as a blogger:

  • Run Facebook ads. After you’ve created your Page, run an ad for Page Likes. This will increase the number of users who see your posts and funnel through to your blog.
  • Use Facebook Insights to give your fans more of what they want. This valuable Facebook feature can tell you so much about your audience, including when they’re most likely to be online.
  • Include an image in every update you post. Images get significantly more engagement than text.
  • Show you and your blog’s personality on your Facebook Page with behind-the-scenes, lifestyle photos or by going Live.
  • Ask your fans open-ended questions and create polls to encourage discussion.

The most important thing is to authentically represent your blog and your brand on your Facebook Page. Post content that is relevant to your message, and use the platform as a tool to increase readership, understand your audience and interact with them on another level.

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How do you use your Facebook Page to interact with blog readers? Let us know by leaving a comment!