How To Edit Facebook Fan Pages


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How To Edit Facebook Fan Pages

  1. 1. How To Edit Facebook Fan Pages For anyone who has created a Fan Page in Facebook, this is a step-by-step tutorial on how to edit the settings and information of your Facebook Page.
  2. 2. Log in to the account connected to your Facebook Page. Getting to Your Fan Page Click on the Ads and Pages link on the left-hand side of the page. This will take you to the main edit page where you can change your options and adjust settings to your preference. Notice that you can click on the text in blue to edit various areas of your Page, or you can edit your Page by going directly to the page.
  3. 3. Click on your Page’s name and then the Info tab to edit your information. Click on Edit Information on the right. Edit Your Information Here, plug in your information so your fans will know more about you – your location, hours of operation (if applicable), contact information. Then select Save Changes. You can also edit information within each section by clicking the Edit button that appears when you hover over a particular section with your cursor. Either way, this is where you can add your Web site, as well as parking and public transit information if needed. Only the fields you fill out will appear on your page; those you leave blank will remain hidden. Be sure to click Save to avoid losing your changes.
  4. 4. On the Wall tab, click Options and then Settings. Here, you are able to choose which tab will serve as the default landing page for visitors to your Page. Facebook automatically chooses the Wall, since that is typically the most interactive tab, but you can choose for visitors to land on your Info, Photos or other tabs, if you have them enabled. Also under the Wall tab's settings, you can select what the default view of your Wall will be – whether or not you want it to be your updates, your fans' updates or both at once. You can also control whether or not you want fans to be able to post updates, photos and links. If you want an interactive, highly trafficked Fan Page with rich, frequently updated information, it's a good idea to allow fans to be able to post these items. Wall Tab
  5. 5. When you view your page, the box on the left below your profile photo is a great spot to include keyword-rich information about your business, product or organization, along with a link to your Web site, because anyone will be able to see this section regardless of which tab (Wall, Info, etc.) they're viewing. To edit this section, click the pencil icon on the top right of each box. Landing Page
  6. 6. To edit your photo settings, click on Edit Page and then the Edit link below Photos. Here you can select Edit Settings and begin adjusting your settings. You can control whether or not your fans can post photos and whether or not they can tag your Page in photos. Photo Settings