It’s easy to confuse your online audience with multiple Facebook pages and locations for one business. It’s important to make things simple for your fans. Although this is not a quick process and can take some time to be approved, it is fairly easy. Let’s clear the air and get started! In this blog, we will walk you through each step in order to merge two Facebook pages.
There are a couple of steps to take to ensure you your pages meet the requirements for merging. Let’s assume that each of your business pages are not similar. Although, these steps will still apply during this method if they are.
If you are attempting to merge a Places page that was created by a customer, you will need to claim it for your company first. This will require proving that you are really a representative of that company.
Once your days of waiting have been completed for your name change approval, the following steps are simple. See which page will be kept. When you merge Pages, the page with the most likes will be kept, and the other Pages will be merged into it. The merged Pages will be permanently deleted, leaving only the page you chose with the followers, reviews, and check-ins migrated over.
A list of your Admin and all duplicate pages will be shown. Check the box next to each page that you want to merge with your main page. When you click the “Merge Pages” button, all of the followers, reviews, and check-ins will be added to your main page, while all of the content posted to the merged Pages will be deleted.
Congratulations! If your information is correct your merging process may be approved within a short couple of hours. Note that your merge request may take up to 14 days to be approved. You will be notified of a successful or unsuccessful merge through email. If you have any issues, leave us a comment or contact us at The Modern Connection. Set yourself apart from your competition and let us guide you in managing your brand!