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[tweetbutton] [wdgpo_plusone show_count="yes"][SFBSB button="button_count"] We were talking with a prospective client the other day and they couldn’t understand why they had to be logged in, to view their Facebook page.
Of all the websites, Facebook has the most amount of changes, and it can be a lot to keep up with!
Since we get this Facebook question so much, we thought we’d address it here to help others.
If people need to log in, in order to see your Facebook page, then your page settings have been set with restrictions and it’s not a public page. We’re talking about Facebook Business Pages, not personal profiles.
If you’re not sure if your FB page is viewable to the general public, then : Go to Facebook, check to see if your logged in, and if so just click on the drop-down menu next to “Home” on the right hand side, scroll down and click logout.
Log out of Facebook You may want to clear your cache (on your browser) as well. Click “Manage Permissions” on the left hand side “Country Restrictions” If you have a restriction your page will not be public.
Now enter in your Facebook URL, and when it pulls up your page do you see the generic Facebook page asking you to sign up or login? Someone must be logged in, in order to view your page.
If your page has restrictions, then the user will need to be logged in to view your page. Someone must be logged in, in order to view your page.If you page is for a bar is alcohol related you must choose “alcohol restriction” which means your page will not be public. Have you posted content previously, and is it only now that it’s not working. It does sound like you are referring to your personal profile, rather than a Facebook business page. Reply I do not even know the way I finished up here, however I assumed this post was great.If you don’t go with it’s proper restriction you put your page and your business at risk for not being compliant. “Moderation Blacklist” If there is anything written in that box, your page will not be public. Reply Hmmm…My page is still on lock-down for some reason, even after addressing these issues. I do not recognise who yyou miight be but definitely you’re goig to a famous blogger should you aren’t already. Reply –this is my main Facebook profile and has got 70 friends …when i opened it normally i.e.Someone must be logged in, in order to view your page. Maybe it takes some time for the changes to be recognized by Facebook? Have you tried using different browsers Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer? without facebook login —it shows “content not found” …Help Although my page - Blogspot is showing…“Profanity Blacklist” If you have selected an option other than “none” your page will not be public. If you haven’t yet grabbed your copy of “The 13 Biggest Marketing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them” be sure to do so, it’s FREE and will help you kick-start your marketing plan! An earlier post mentioned that she had removed the 13 restriction from her page because it was acceptable for all ages. Reply A Facebook personal profile functions differently than a Facebook “page.” A page is typically for a business, brand, or organization.
Someone must be logged in, in order to view your page. The red arrows point to the four areas of restrictions. You’ll also get our monthly Newsletter filled with great marketing tips, current marketing trends and valuable information you can use for your business[/stextbox] Hi Aileen, Great info. There are a number of reasons it’s good to have your Facebook set to be seen by the public. One reason is that not everyone is one Facebook; hard to believe, we know. My questions about facebook is that I noticed over the weekend that the tagging is not working. So is mine, but I see no way to remove this restriction; 13 appears to be the least restrictive option available. and all of the options came up like my profile, home page, and everything like that. The way to know if you have a page (not a personal profile) is there will be a “Like” button under the cover photo near the right hand side.