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. –this is my main Facebook profile and has got 70 friends …when i opened it normally i.e.
Any help would be great Cheers Andrew Reply A couple of things: (1) If you are logged in to Facebook and still can’t access or see your page, that’s a problem. I was looking for this particular information for a very long time. Reply HI there, Did they change it back so that you can make your Facebook page completely public to anyone with the need to be logged in?
However, I believe you can find your page, it’s just that when you enter NGO in the search box in Facebook it doesn’t show up. One reason is that their search function isn’t great, also they are changing their search function moving to social graph and that’s going to have an effect on the results. It seems weird to me, sometimes I can see without being logged in, other times, not at all. Thanks David Reply FB is always changing how they do things.
Thes are usually verified at the touxh of a button. I realize this was written a while ago but it’s the most recently written article on the subject. Your home remodeling should be based on your budget. In lots of cases, these projects can be expensive, they are yet to find plans thatdidn t suffer from major errors.Reply It is true that one can not include spaces in the URL, so Facebook .com/inthecove is the best way to set the URL for the page.Regarding people not being able to find in in the Facebook search, that is a common issue.I went ahead and changed it back, as the content is fine for any age, and checked and it does show up. Here’s a link for more info on this Many of us are hoping this is not a permanent change. Impossible to see a public facebook page without being logged in. Please read this post from Inside Faceook: They are still waiting to see if this is a bug, or if it’s a real change. Here’s a link to Facebook that will show you how to turn this personal profile into a page. where as my page- Blogspot (actually i have assigned it a username ,previously it was coming as facebbok.com/page/technozmaniablogspotcomref? Reply Hi Evotive I have set up a Facebook page for our NGO, but for some reason it is not viewable by public, or even by myself/anyone when I log into my personal facebook and try and search for my NGO facebook page. I was checking constantly this blog and I’m inspired!It is crazy how fast they make big changes like this! I tried everything in the edit settings, still asking me to login – and went to see if big names were affected, they all are! I am sure there is something silly I have not done but havent figured it out yet. Very helpful information particularly the final part I deal with such information a lot.