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How to Create a Facebook Business Page in 5 Simple Steps [Tutorial]

How to Create a Facebook Business Page in 5 Simple Steps [Tutorial]
It's no longer a "good idea" for most businesses to be on Facebook. With 829 million people actively using Facebook every day, it's become a go-to component of almost any inbound marketing strategy. Thing is, as more and more Facebook features change, so does the process of setting up a Page. Don't waste another day poking around aimlessly on Facebook, trying to figure out what the heck to do to get your Facebook Page up and running like a social networking pro. Click here to download our free Facebook business page guide. The following presentation provides a visual tutorial to help you get your Page up in no time (you can also read the transcription below). Step 1: Choose a Classification. To begin, navigate to This page will showcase six different classifications to choose from: Local Business or PlaceCompany, Organization, or InstitutionBrand or ProductArtist, Band, or Public FigureEntertainmentCause or Community Step 2: Complete Basic Information. Finish "About" Section Add to Favorites

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