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Putting Together a Facebook Business Page with a Business Manager

By Kempton Coady

Social media channels are an important part of getting the word out about your business, and Facebook is a juggernaut in this arena. By setting up a Facebook page for your business, you’ll be able to reach new audiences, connect with customers, extend your advertising reach, and more.

The Facebook algorithm changes constantly, but you can stay up to date through their Facebook for Business portal. This provides assistance in areas such as creating a customized marketing plan, establishing an online presence, and more. There are also specialized resources for small businesses and individual industries.

When establishing a Facebook business page, consult the company’s guide to the Facebook Business Manager. These instructions take you through the steps for establishing and maintaining multiple assets, managing permissions, tracking ads, and setting up payment methods.

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