Want to change Facebook Page Owner? You’re not alone. As we all know, the social networking website is a popular way to communicate with friends, family, coworkers, and casual acquaintances. As someone who runs a commercial real estate agency in the Los Angeles area, I’m sometimes asked for advice or information on how I could get involved with the social network.
So what should you do? First and foremost, you need to head to your Facebook business pages, under the Accounts tab and then the Pages link. From there, go to the section that says “Welcome to Facebook” and click on the small blue Add button, next to your profile picture, and choose the action you’d like to perform:
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A new window will pop up, so you might as well read it now. Under the heading of “Change your personal information”, click on the link that says “Change my Account Owner”, and then choose the option you’d like to have the previous one use for Facebook (i.e. Admin). You’ll notice that the previous owner now has” Administrator” as his or her username, and the window will change to display his or her business details.
Once you’ve clicked on this, it will take you to a new page where you can change your Facebook page ownership. The process is quite simple, although there are a few details you’ll probably want to be aware of before diving into it. For example, there’s a security process you’ll have to complete (and by completing it, I mean verifying your identity), a series of other tasks, and an email address you’ll need to check in with the admin team… you also have the option of changing your profile picture. There isn’t any way to undo these changes, so it’s worth making the effort to go through the process if you’d like to make sure everything is done in the right way.
Changing the page roles is also very straightforward. To start with, you’ll be asked to choose which profile you’d like to play as the new owner – if you don’t have one, the window will pop up and tell you to create one now. Click on “Create Page” and then follow the prompts to enter the details required. The process is really simple, but you do have to be careful about some of the details that are given.
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Changing the status updates is a little more involved, but not overly complex. First of all, you’ll have to select “Settings” from the “Page Admin” menu. Next, you’ll be shown a page list, from which you’ll choose the profile you’d like to play as the owner. Clicking on that will start the actual changing process by adding your great site.
Other methods to change Facebook page owners are more complicated. One such method is to click on “Advisory Settings” from the admin page menu. Here you’ll see the options for the privacy settings that Facebook will use to show your statuses. You’ll need to modify the privacy settings as per your requirements. If you find that Facebook doesn’t automatically approve changes, then you’ll need to either go through the approval process manually or ask your friends for their approval. Many users have found that just going through the moderation process is sufficient for them.
Changing the page ownership on a business page is relatively straightforward, but you should still take a bit of care when changing the identity of your business page. If you are just starting, it’s recommended that you use one account, one domain name, and one URL with each separate user ID and password. This will make it easier to switch between various social networking sites if you are looking to increase your exposure or find new potential customers. However, you should always use one account for business purposes and another for personal reasons. This way you ensure that only the appropriate IDs and passwords are being used to log into different areas and make permanent changes to your Facebook profile.