Facebook’s recent design changes have left a lot of our clients scrambling to find functions they need to increase engagement. One of the questions we get asked a lot is how do I like a Facebook Page as my Page, instead of my personal Profile?
Here is our quick step-by-step guide to like another Facebook Page with your Facebook Page.
First, open your Facebook and use the search feature in the top left hand corner to search for the Page you want to like. Click to open the page and scroll down below the cover image and page name. Look for the three dots under the call to action button, like in the example below.
A drop down menu will appear. Now click ‘Like as Your Page’. If you are an admin for more than one Page, they will appear and you just need to select the right one and hey presto – you’ve liked the Page as your brand or organisation.
Now the next tip, is how you can view the newsfeeds of all the Pages you’ve liked as your Page. With the new Facebook design, it is actually super easy. Just go to your Facebook Page and then click on Newsfeed. You will then get your Page’s own curated Newsfeed, instead of your personal one. See the image below.
Who should your Page follow on Facebook? It’s a great idea to follow Pages for suppliers, sponsors and corporate partners, other causes you work with regularly, Pages you may want to share content from, news sites related to your industry, competitors that you want to see what they share – and of course, you’ll want to follow us at Hancock Creative for all your not for profit social media tips.
DID YOU KNOW? Interacting with other Facebook Page content for 10-15 minutes before you post can significantly increase your post reach?