Workshop Wednesday: Protecting Your Fan Page From Shutdown

How will you protect your Fan Page from being Shutdown?

I know a couple of people that had their Facebook account shutdown because they were either mass friendly people through their profile which is not something that I recommend you to do. But anyway, for just various reasons, if you built certain things in Facebook, you need to do it according to their Rules and Regulations. If you happen to break one of those rules, they will shutdown your account and you’ll never get your Fan Page back, all your fans will be gone and all the work that you did will be history. So, I am here to give you a quick and easy new tip on how to protect your Fan Page from being shutdown. All you have to do is create another ADMIN that would have a control over your Fan Page, it maybe either one of your friends, your brother or sister, your spouse. Someone that you can trust and won’t mess your stuff up.

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VIDEO TRANSCRIPT:

1. Go to your Fan Page, make sure you are logged in to your account.

2. Click on the EDIT PAGE which is right underneath your Image.

3. Look for MANAGE ADMINS, click on it and start typing your chosen ADMIN.

You can also do an email and type it in then submit.

So, there are 2 ways to do it, the person that you chose need to have a Facebook account and the email has to be linked up to that account, otherwise it’s not gonna work. If you send this to someone that does not have a Facebook account, I’m pretty sure it will invite them to become a member on Facebook.

4. Save all the changes that had been made.

That is pretty much it, you are all set and don’t have to worry in losing your Fan Page cause you have 2 ADMINS now. That way, if your account gets shutdown, you have someone that serves as a backup and prevents you from losing all your hard work.

If you’re looking for even faster results, check out Fan Page Secrets.

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