I have had several clients ask me how to merge duplicate Facebook pages, so I’ve created this simple step-by-step video to walk you through the process.
Duplicate Facebook pages can be a problem with businesses who haven’t claimed their name and/or address on Facebook. They are commonly created when customers visit your physical business location and ‘check in’ on Facebook. If you don’t already have a Facebook page, or if your page isn’t obviously or properly named, visiting customers can create a page right from their mobile phone without requiring consent or proof that they’re the business owner.
The good news is that Facebook makes it easy to merge your duplicate Facebook pages while keeping whatever ‘likes’, ‘check-ins’, or ‘reviews’ that are on the duplicate page.
How to Merge Duplicate Facebook Pages
Have you been struggling to figure out how to merge duplicate Facebook pages? Follow along with this video to learn how to merge duplicate Facebook pages in a few simple steps as I merge duplicate Facebook pages for one of my favourite clients Kum Koon Garden. I highly recommend that you ‘like’ Kum Koon Garden on Facebook by clicking here. I guarantee that after following them on Facebook for a while, you won’t be able to resist trying their dim sum! (Best Dim Sum in Winnipeg)!
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